The New Kid on the Block

August 2011
Lawrenceville, PGH, PA

There’s a new kid on the block- the Lawrenceville Farmers Market.  This new kid is on the smaller side, but his personality is big!

There’s a booming voice that makes the Saturday morning feel like a trip to the auction house.  There’s a girl by the name of Meadow who has a vision and a love of dirt.

There’s plenty of pretty produce to take home!

Pi(e) Day Eve: Trip to the Market

Pittsburgh Public Market & Wholey’s Market
March 13, 2011

Farm fresh, free-range eggs, Amish butter and chicken (not pictured bc how good would raw chicken look in this spread?!?) from Wholey’s Market

Sweet potatoes, goat milk chevre, maple syrup, kombucha, onions, turnips and fresh greens from Pittsburgh Public Market, specifically from Clarion River Organics

Meat sticks!  Toulouse and Hungarian Paprika (smoked and ready to eat) from the Pittsburgh Public Market, specifically from the Crested Duck Charcuterie

Some of those ingredients became QT Pi(e)s!  Can you guess which ones?   I had a different pie plan in mind, but inspiration hit me on the spot.


Open Thread: Pittsburgh’s Small Press Festival

September 25-26, 2010

Open Thread is an arts & literary service organization based out of Pittsburgh, whose books, events, and online presence highlight emerging artists and writers from Ohio, Pennsylvania, and West Virginia. The Pittsburgh SPF is Pittsburgh’s annual small press festival, organized by Open Thread, sponsored by AIR: Artists Image Resource, and supported in part by The Heinz Endowments.  The QT Pi(e) Project was one of the artisanal vendors on site.

The Pie Preparation

The Event

Erin was the head pie girl for this event as I (Quelcy) was away camping in Allegany State Park.  Erin added new flags to our supplies and experimented with some new packaging ideas.

 

 

 

Grow Pittsburgh Garden Primer

May 2010

This is what Grow Pittsburgh said:

Don’t know the first thing about vegetable gardening? Never even picked up a spade? Fear not – A Garden Primer will cover all the basics, including which tools beginner gardeners will need, what and where to plant, and when to harvest. In addition, those taking part in the course will be given step-by-step instruction on everything from starting a compost to properly transplanting seedlings. Whether working with a spacious backyard or an apartment balcony, participants will receive specialized advice and guidance to get their vegetable gardens going whatever the space.

This is what Quelcy heard…
(Click on the pages to enlarge)