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Fresh Fruit Pies in Calgary

traderhtc Jun 4, 2008 07:25 PM

I am not interested in Simple Simon Pies.... I want to know where I can get some fresh fruit pies in Calgary?

  1. ybnormal Jun 6, 2008 12:35 PM

    Urban Baker has some pretty good pies sometimes. Not a ton of choices, but a different mixture of fruit.

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      ChrisA Jun 6, 2008 10:50 AM

      Sunterra sells reasonably good, but not great, fruit pies (which partially balances out their shockingly awful baguettes). Up until last Summer there was a place in Bragg Creek that sold excellent fruit pies, but nothing has replaced them as far as I know.

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      1. re: ChrisA
        sweeterpea Jun 6, 2008 05:59 PM

        Sunterra's are not bad. I've bought them in a pinch, I usually make my own pies. Just watch the packaging carefully; twice we've purchased pies and they weren't what the label said they were.

        Decadent Desserts have pretty good pies.

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        cdn Jun 5, 2008 08:32 PM

        swiftys in douglasdale has some pretty good pies too.
        or the saskatoon farm, not really in calgary but just a few minutes south. their saskatoon pie is especially good, go figure, as are their saskatoon butter tarts.

        1. Jasz Jun 4, 2008 10:26 PM

          Pies Plus in Avenida (12445 Lake Fraser Dr SE).

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            tom arto Jun 4, 2008 08:57 PM

            http://www.threesisterspies.com - I have had their products before - they are superb - I found them at the Cochrane Farmers market but seems they have a lot of locations in town.

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            1. re: tom arto
              slingshotz Jun 9, 2008 11:18 AM

              Just had one of their apple pies from the farmer's market in Bearspaw and it's a pretty good pie with a slightly salty crust (in a good way), nice that they source local and organic as much as possible. Talked to the lady there and she says that they are going to be at the Northland's market on Tuesdays and the Millarville's market on Saturdays.

              1. re: slingshotz
                maplesugar Jun 9, 2008 01:44 PM

                Good to know thanks slingshotz - I was just thinking I had to remember to go to Northland tomorrow since I think it's the first week for their market; now I have another reason to go... lots of inlaws staying with me this week (some have been here since mid may) so I think some pies are just what the doctor ordered ;)

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              tom arto Jun 4, 2008 08:54 PM


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