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Monday, November 2, 2015

Audubon Park bakeshop P Is for Pie sold to new owners

Posted By on Mon, Nov 2, 2015 at 12:46 PM

click image Original P Is for Pie owner Tara Gould - PHOTO BY ROB BARTLETT
  • photo by Rob Bartlett
  • Original P Is for Pie owner Tara Gould

click to enlarge Some Halloween treats from P Is for Pie - IMAGE VIA P IS FOR PIE
  • image via P Is for Pie
  • Some Halloween treats from P Is for Pie
Tara Gould, proprietor of the P Is for Pie Bake Shop, has sold the business to Stacey and Ed Tomljenovich. It was a tough decision for Gould, but she’s taking some time to focus her energies on her family.

Soon after she opened P Is for Pie, we featured Gould in our BITE 2014 magazine, where she told us, “We strive for perfection with everything we offer. That may sound simplistic, but P Is for Pie was founded for the sole purpose of providing scratch-baked, classical American desserts with a modern Southern flair.”



The Tomljenoviches will continue to serve P Is for Pie’s current recipes – both sweet (like their apple pie pops) and savory (like the buffalo chicken hand pies) and are taking orders for holiday pies until Nov. 14. See more info on ordering at crazyforpies.com.

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