Why limit your guests to one slice of pie, when you can offer them an assortment of mini pies:
At first glance, it looks exactly like a traditional pie — but miniaturized. Same rich and buttery crust with that tell-tale flake, same flavorful filling. All scaled down, "Mini-Me"-style. It may even have the same artfully crimped edges, only they're tiny. Delicate even.
Call them what you will — tiny pies, muffin-tin pies, cup-pies (à la the show "Pushing Daisies") — they're essentially pies baked in muffin tins. And you can bake batches at a time.
They take a little time but are fun to make. No worries, we include plenty of recipes!
And what do you do the morning after the Turkey-fest? Well, you could eat the leftovers straight out of the fridge.... Or you could check out Thomas Keller's recipes for Thanksgiving leftovers — yes, even Thomas Keller thinks about leftovers — like his to-die-for Thanksgiving stuffing pain perdu. Oh, yeah.