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Christmas Ordering

2 days left to order your Christmas Pies! Visit our online shop to place your orders. Christmas pies are available to order for pick up at Mission Pie on Sunday, December 24 (8am – 4pm) or Saturday, December 23 (8am – 10pm). We also have a limited number of pies available for pick up at…

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Music Mondays: November & December

Join us on Monday nights from 7 – 9pm for live performances from local musicians. As always, our full menu is available until 10pm; Happy Hour is on ’til 8.   November 13 – Olivia Davis holds her own alongside classic singer-songwriters by creating her own blend of folk, alt-country, and American roots music. Honest…

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Thanksgiving Ordering

Our online shop is officially open for Thanksgiving orders! Thanksgiving pies are available to order for pick up on Wednesday, November 22 or Tuesday, November 21. We strongly encourage you to order your pies ahead! We will be taking online orders until we sell out, or through Monday, November 20 – whichever comes first.  …

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Crop of the Week: Tomatoes

Fruit or Vegetable? Commonly, we think of “fruit” as sweet – apples, bananas, strawberries. But botanically speaking, “fruit” includes many foods that we think of as vegetables (due largely to taste and culinary usage) – cucumbers, bell peppers, wheat grains, avocados – and the majestic tomato. The fruit vs. vegetable argument even led to legal…

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11th Annual Pie Contest

Mark Your Calendars ANNOUNCING Mission Pie’s 11th Annual PIE CONTEST Saturday August 26, 2017 from 1:30 – 4:00 Interested home bakers are invited to submit a sweet or savory pie to the 11th Annual Pie Baking Contest. Contestants will be the first 20 people to enter. Current and former professional bakers are not eligible. If…

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Crop of the Week: Apricots

Crop of the Week: Apricots Apricot cultivation has been documented for centuries in the Middle East and Central Asia, though the fruit’s exact origin is disputed. The Scottish botanist John Claudius Loudon believed it had a wide native range, from Armenia to the Himalayas, China, and Japan. Almost all U.S. production takes place in California…

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