Dangerously Delicious Pies takes 18 hours to slow roast pork butt for this insane savory pie. Owner Rodney Henry went from Rolling Stones to rolling pins to make some of Baltimore’s best pies that are handcrafted daily using locally sourced veggies, dairy and seasonal fruit. This savory pie is packed with their signature pulled pork, peppers, onions and a homemade sweet barbecue sauce.
Rocker Rodney Henry opened Baltimore’s Dangerously Delicious Pies in 1999 as a way to make money in between tours with his band. Henry might be all rock and roll, but at his core. he’s also one helluva baker. Having learned the craft of pie-making as a youth during summers spent in Indiana with his grandmother, “The Pie Man” makes some of the best pies in the US. Dangerously Delicious Pies has been featured on Throwdown with Bobby Flay and Food Network’s Best Thing I Ever Ate. Get piestyle!
Each Dangerously Delicious Pie is 10" in diameter and serves 8 people
Flour, vegetable shortening, sugar, salt and water, Pork Butt, Cilantro, Onions, Red and yellow peppers, Jalapenos, Black beans, Tomatoes, Tomato paste, Corn, Cholula hot sauce, Buttermilk , Salt, Pepper
Instructions / Storage
Pies ship frozen. Heat in oven at 350˚ for 45 minutes-50 minutes or until knife inserted in middle of pie comes out hot.Download Storage and Prep Instructions
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