- Becky Anderson, an artist who works in fused glass, has extra crowns for herself and the other judges, and is making a prize for the event. And she has a new kitten.
- Marlies Guest, who is new to Ester and wants to get involved in the community. Ester's all about the can-do, volunteer spirit, so she'll fit right in, we can tell already!
- PJ Strawther, who loves pugs! She's a fan of the Dog Park, and, obviously, loves pie too.
Bring your homemade pies to the Golden Eagle between 12:30 and 2, and stick around for the awards at 3:30 (and the subsequent auction of the top winners!).The rest of the pies will be available for people to eat at requested $5 per slice donation.
Now, suppose you were here last year, or three years ago, and you recall a delicious pie that you'd like to make at home, but you're not sure how it was made? With so many original and unusual recipes, the LiBerry pies might be hard to replicate—that is, unless you had the Throwdown Cookbook!
For only $25, you too can make pies like these:
- Porknberry Pie (winner 2012, Best Savory Pie)
- Lenin Meringue Pie (winner 2011, Best Sweet Pie)
- Miniature Tomato Jam Pies (winner 2009, "Most Sophisticated" Award)
- Blueberry Chocolate Pie (winner 2009, "Most Surprising Ingredients" Award)
- Parsnip Custard Pie (winner 2010, "Most Unusual Pie" Award)
- Zucchini-Lavender Pie (winner 2010, "Most Savory Pie" Award)
Every year, you can add to your collection with individual recipe pages, available for a nominal price. Buy them all in a handy binder, or pick and choose from previous years and buy only the ones you want to create a cookbook to match your tastebuds. Available at the music festival!
Contact Nancy at 479-2507 for more information on the pie contest or to volunteer.