January 23, 2014 is the American Pie Council’s National Pie Day. In addition to enjoying a slice of pie—which we suggest you do everyday, regardless of official designation—we suggest you check out our oral history project on pie in Arkansas. Meet some remarkable women at work who work wonders with crust, filling, ovens, and fryers.
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