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Cody Dupree’s favorite pie is apple, but the 9-year-old let two of his buddies smash him in the face with cream pies.
Red Rooster Cafe owner Misty Miller has introduced the restaurant’s Patriotic Cheesecake Pie to celebrate the Fourth of July. It will be available throughout the summer.
The iconic neon sign of the Red Lodge Cafe welcomes customers inside — perhaps for a slice of pie. A favorite on the menu is the sour cream rhubarb pie. Owner Mark Day, who uses recipes handed down from his late mother, Doris, said that local growers bring in rhubarb all summer long for use …
Above, Makay Loran, 14, Cody Dupree, 9, and Shannon Sheehy, 12, engage in a good old-fashioned pie fight before calling a truce.
Three friends, Makay Loran, Cody Supree and Shannon Sheehy share a moment of truce after their pre-Fourth of July pie fight.
Misty Miller of Red Rooster Cafe holds a red, white and blue cheesecake pie she created to celebrate the Fourth of July.
Michele Rafter, left, and Lura Hale, owners of Time2Savor pies, hand out samples at the Yellowstone Valley Farmers' Market.
Lura Hale and Michele Rafter, owners of a pie company named Time2Savor, are flattered whenever a busy cook tries to pass off one of their frozen pies as home-made.
Some foods make you thirsty.
This pie resembles a smooth, glassy lake of ice ideal for skating.
At most holiday dinners, a selection of pies is almost a tradition.
Summer brings an abundance of berries that scream out to be turned into pie. But unless you're looking to quash your lazy days mojo, you need a pie recipe that gets you out of the kitchen. Fast.