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Friday is Pie Day- Happy Birthday to We!

Hey Everybody,

5 years ago today we opened our doors for the first time! Thank you, Petaluma, for keeping us going all this time.

Petaluma Pie Company is 5 years old

This Saturday, December 5th come and celebrate for the Downtown Merchants Holiday Open House! There will be all kinds of fun things to do downtown. We will be sampling our Shaker Meyer Lemon Pie from noon to 3 (or until we run out). The weather should be cool and clear. We will help keep you warm with hot pie, hot chocolate, hot coffee, hot cider and more!

 

 

It’s Gonna Be A Hoot!

Hey Everybody,

If you are local, you’ll want to Go Local to the Go Local Chowdown Hootenanny Saturday October 10th from 12:30 to 5. We will be there with PIE! And we will be in our shop as well every day, including Monday.

Go Local Chowdown Hootenanny

You’re invited to a GO LOCAL celebration…

CHOW: Taste food and drink from local makers, with more GO LOCAL merchant and nonprofit booths.

HOOT: Have a down home, thigh-slappin’ good ol’ time with 4 fab local bands!

WHEN:

Saturday October 10, 2015 12:30-5pm

WHERE:

Sonoma Mountain Village Event Center
1400 Valley House Drive
Rohnert Park, California
94928

ADMISSION:

$15 General/$10 with your GO LOCAL Rewards Card

(enter promo code GOLOCAL for online, or show your GO LOCAL Card at the door)

Get tickets in advance at somoconcerts.com or at the door.

Contact Person: SoMo Concerts

707-888-6105

Visit website

FOOD & DRINK:

  • Free tasty samples and plenty for purchase from local makers, including: BBQ Smokehouse & Catering, Community Market, F.A. Ninos Artisan Products, Gaia’s Garden, Grindstone Bakery, Hip Chick Farms, Mama Tina’s Ravioli, Mike Hudson Distributing, Oliver’s Market, Peacecock Bakery, Petaluma Pie Company, Revive Drinks, Shuffles Magical Ice Cream Shoppe, SubZero Ice Cream & Yogurt, Taylor Maid Farms, The Kefiry, Thistle Meats, and more
  • GO LOCAL merchants and nonprofits share their wares and services, including: Community Alliance with Family Farmers – CAFF, Computer Recycling Center, Dexter Howard Events, Julie Nation Academy, Sustainable North Bay, University of California Cooperative Extension, WorldCentric, and more

MUSIC:

Have a down home, thigh-slappin’ good ol’ time with:

First Weekend of Fall!

Apple Pecan Caramel Crumble Pie at Petaluma Pie CompanyHey Everybody, it is a busy fall weekend. Saturday the 26th and Sunday the 27th, we are part of Weekend Along The Farm Trails.

From 1-3 (or until we run out) we will be sampling our Apple Pecan Crumble with Salted Caramel pie and we will be having a “guess the weight of the pie” contest, where you can win a t-shirt and other Petaluma Pie related prizes.

Also, too, Sunday the 27th is the Fall Antique Faire from 8-4 right here in Downtown Petaluma. So come on down, sample some pie, have some pie for lunch and shop for antiques.

Happy Birthday Martin Luther King Jr.

January 15th is Martin Luther King Jr.’s birthday. His holiday is celebrated on the Monday following his birthday (January 19th this year). While we are closed on his birthday, Petaluma Pie Company will be celebrating his birthday all weekend long. Besides being an organizer and orator, he was also a big eater. He was fortunate to have so many people who wanted to invite him over for dinner. Some accounts put pecan as his favorite pie, others say sweet potato. This weekend we will be offering Pecan and Sweet Potato, as we often do, but this time we have a new pie for those of you who cannot decide between them. It is Sweet Potato with Brown Sugar Pecan Crumble. On Saturday, January 17th, we will have a free tasting from noon until we run out.

sweet potato brown sugar pecan pie at  Petaluma Pie Company

Sweet potato and pecan in one pie!

For more on Martin Luther King Jr. and the Civil Rights Movement and food check out these other resources:

Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., and the dinner that never was…

Cooking Up Change: How Food Helped Fuel The Civil Rights Movement

Martin Luther King Jr. Through the Lens of Food

Remembering a Soul Food Legend Who Nurtured Civil Rights Leaders

The Civil Rights Movement Through the Lens of Food

Martin Luther King Jr. eating with his family, source unknown

Friday is pie day January 9th

Hey Everybody, it’s Friday again! That means we have pie for you until 9pm! If you missed it, yesterday was Elvis Presley’s 80th birthday. If you want to celebrate, come on in for our Elvis Pie, peanut butter banana and chocolate (the bacon part is hard for most people to handle so we leave it off). If you are looking for something different, we are having another pie tasting on Saturday from noon until we run out. If you have been afraid to try that green pie, now is your chance to try it for free. That’s right, we are sampling our Matcha Green Tea Cream Pie!
match green tea cream pie at petaluma pie company

As usual, we have hot and warm foods and beverages for you all day long.

Next week we will be closed for our short winter break from Tuesday January 13th through Thursday January 15th. We will reopen on Friday January 16th.

Tangerine Dream Supreme

Creamy Tangerine Dream Supreme at Petaluma Pie CompanyHey Everybody! It’s Saturday and the year is new! In China and Japan, it is considered to be good luck to eat tangerines, mandarins and other citrus during the new year. We have a creamy Tangerine Dream Supreme pie we’d like to share with you. It is actually made from Mandarins (grown here in Petaluma by us) but Mandarins are closely related to Tangerines and are often sold as Tangerines and are quite delicious. This Saturday from noon to 3 (or until we run out) we will be sampling our Tangerine Dream Supreme pie which tastes like a Creamsicle, only real and in a pie.

Also, it looks like another clear and cold (for Petaluma) day. Just a friendly reminder that we have hot savory pies, soup, hot chocolate, hot cider, hot tea and more for you! We will be open until 9 on Saturday!

Petaluma Pie grown Mandarin Oranges

 

Happy Birthday Petaluma Pie Company!

happy birthday Petaluma Pie Company

Hey Everybody! It is hard to believe that we opened our doors December 4 2010. Thank you Petaluma for supporting us these past four years. We are also thankful for our local farmers and suppliers like Marshall Ranch, Hale’s Apple Farm, Coastal Hill Farm, Straus Family Creamery, Spring Hill Jersey Cheese, Cowgirl Creamery, Armstrong Paper Products and all of the many others who have helped us to bring our pies to you. We will be celebrating our fourth “birthday” this Saturday with a tasting event featuring our Brandy Mince Pie from noon to three (or until we run out). If the weather permits, we will also have live holiday accordion music by Sheri Mignano Crawford.

While you are downtown, check out all of the other fun holiday activities happening here as part of the Downtown Petaluma Holiday Open House.