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Where to find really good fruit pies in Baltimore?

DM Jul 14, 2001 02:05 PM

As the subject reads: Where can I find good fruit pies in Baltimore? Strawberry pies, peach pies... What's a good bakery in Baltimore? I've been living in this area for a couple years and have not discovered a good one yet.
Thanks guys =).


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    Lucien RE: DM Jul 17, 2001 03:10 PM

    Wow, good Q. We usually grab a couple from Weber's Farm during the holidays, but I don't know what their summertime hours are. In the Fall they have hay rides and pumpkin patch and all sorts of stuff for kids, plus pretty good pies. they are out by the Joppa Rd. home Depot. I don't have any contact info on hand, but they should be in the phone book. Also, best Apple Cider anywhere, when in season.

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      Kathy RE: Lucien Jul 21, 2001 11:47 PM

      What about Baughers -- it's a bit of a drive but great hearty food, fruit pies (with fruit from the Baugher's orchards) and homemade ice cream. I go every time I'm in the area (I'm a displaced native)

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        Lucien RE: Kathy Jul 24, 2001 10:28 PM

        Actually, I checked, and it is Baugher's Pies that are sold at Weber's. So at least there is a source closer to home.

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      Melissa Garland RE: DM Jul 18, 2001 11:44 AM

      Have you checked out Bonaparte Breads (Fells Point)? I haven't noticed any American-type fruit pies but you should check there to see if they have something to your liking.(They have an entire display case of desserts: cakes, tortes, pies, etc.). Bonaparete hasn't been in the city long (I think that they opened in Fells Point about a year ago) so if you haven't been there you owe it to yourself to check it out. Their first location was in Savage Mill, MD, and we used to make the heinous 95-South trek out there sometimes to get bread. You can't imagine how thrilled I was when they opened up near my house.

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