Baking Savory Pies at Zingerman’s Bakehouse

. August 1, 2016.
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Pies aren’t just for dessert— they can also be savory! That’s the premise behind Savory Pies 2.0, a reoccurring class at Zingerman’s Bakehouse. Participants will try their hand at different delicious savory pies from around the world; Tourtiere, a Canadian pork pie; Fatayer, a middle-eastern meat pie; and Prioshki, stuffed with Zingerman’s tasty cheeses from Russia and the Ukraine. Bust out the rolling pins and have pie for dinner and dessert.

Sunday, August 28 | 1-5pm | $125
Zingerman’s Bakehouse | 3711 Plaza Dr.
734-761-2095 | bakewithzing.com

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