7.13.2010

Onion rings and raspberry pie

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Today I made a raspberry pie with friends, using berries from a local farm, and pie crust my cousins and I made at The Pink House. But before pie time, we stopped at Burgerville for some yummy seasonal Walla Walla onion rings.

What a yummy day.

28 comments:

Ruby said...

yummy, I love those classic American pies!

Ruby,
rubys-attic.blogspot.com

Rebeccak said...

oh yum! That looks incredible. I can't wait for summer!!

b. said...

Oh wow, the raspberry pie looks so fantastic. I shall have to coax my sister to make one for me. {She is the pie maker in our family and yes, she was inspired by Pushing Daisies. It's the show that just keeps giving back!}

Love your dress and apron ~ you've got a fantastic vintage housewife look. {I hope you don't mind me using that term? As I am a proud housewife myself I mean it as a compliment. :D }

xox,
b. of Depict This!

Ruby said...

Can you pretty pretty pretty please put up the recipie?? i'd love to give it a go! (i've been watching pushing daisies a little too much!) x

Carys said...

You look so nice, your dress and crinoline are amazing!!
From Carys of La Ville Inconnue

Sarsaparilla said...

Oh my, what wonderful photos! I'm not sure which I enjoy viewing more - gorgeous vintage dresses or luscious red raspberries!

Thanks for sharing. What a fun post to wake up to!

Casey said...

Oh yum... I haven't had a good onion ring in years! ;)

♥ Casey
blog | elegantmusings.com

BaronessVonVintage said...
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BaronessVonVintage said...

I've had raspberry tarts swirling in my brain for a while since I picked several buckets full in my backyard. Brill idea to do a pie!

Lulu Peddar said...

that looks amazing - your look is so cute! I could eat raspberry pie all day - I must learn to cook! x

daniRED said...

Sounds like a yummy day! That pie looks perfect!
And your outfit, apron & all! I love!

Erica
danired922.blogspot.com
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Sarah Dee said...

mmmmmmmmmmmmm! omg you just made me hungry

Sarah
theantiquepearl.blogspot.com

luckydame said...

Save me a slice!!

Fab Gabs Vintage said...

Yes, I think you DO need to post that receipe! Too much Pushing Daisies, and now pie is the #1 food on my mind. And it is YOUR fault! xo

Laura said...

Wow! Can you share your recipe? The pie looks so amazing. There is nothing like NW berries (or Walla Walla sweet onions)

Maria Confer said...

I'm dying over everything in this post. Your dress and apron, the raspberry pie (my fave fruit is raspberries) and the onion rings!!! Lucky you.

Lulu Letty

aramblingfancy said...

Oh yes, onion ring love. Your pie looks like it came right of Ned's kitchen---delicious!

Aimee Marieee said...

You're always so photogenic and the pie...incredible looking! It makes me want to ditch work today and bake!

"The Golden Girl of the West" said...

Both look so yummy! Now I have a craving for some onion rings, but it's only 9:00am here......

~Syd

Justice Pirate said...

How amazing that pie looks. almost makes me wish i weren't allergic to fruit (but I'm used to it). You look beautiful as always.

Debi said...

Oh! How I miss Walla Walla onion rings! I can't wait to visit my family this summer in Vancouver--I'm totally stocking up on Burgerville!!!

Iris said...

I have the sudden urge to make a pie now! My father used to make bosenberry pies from a vine my great grandmother bought from the original owner of Knott's Berry Farm in CA...I wish I still had that berry bush.

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Jocelyne said...

dangit, I miss Burgerville so much! Thanks for the reminder :p My bestie came to visit a couple months ago and brought me some special sauce so I can pretend, but it's just not the same! What a beautiful pie you made!

Adventures in Dressmaking said...

Yeaaaa Burgerville! Isn't Oregon great?

Hanna said...

Ohh, that pie looks delicious. I don't think I've ever tried making raspberry pie (!). Gotta change that... :)

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