Fort Lee, NJ
This is a nice collection of pies, including blackberry, sadly a rare pie to find. If anything, these pies almost seemed not sweet enough, so I think that's a good thing. There was none of the cloying sweetness from the cherry or peach; the tartness of the fruit came through, not to mention the blackberry. The butterscotch pecan is probably the sweetest of the bunch, especially with its generous pecan topping that had trouble becoming unstuck from the paper wrapper protecting it from the plastic. Even so, I could hardly fault it for being too sweet, either, and I have had toothache-inducing sweet pies of this type in the past. Oh, and the crust is quite decent as well. So, if you like your pies less on the sweet side, but also well executed, I think Blue Owl will do right by you.
San Rafael, CA
We ate them all immediately. It's a good thing they weren't regular sized pies!!!
Although haven't tried all of the pies in the order yet, the ones I have tried are delicious. They are not overly sweet, and the crust is tender and flaky. I would recommend Blue Owl to anyone wanting to try some excellent pies; and, for us "foodies", FoodyDirect is awesome.
Los Angeles, CA
These were fabulous! Not only delicious, but the perfect service size for two!
Fort Benning, GA
Guests enjoyed the pies and they were easy to prepare
Refrigerate for up to 4-5 days and freeze for 2-3 weeks. When left at room temp pies can last up to 3 days.
Allow pies to thaw for 1-1.5 hours or until pie is at room temperature. To heat Cherry and Blackberry pies--remove from pie tin and microwave 25-30 seconds. (Individual microwave times may vary). To heat Peach Crumb and Butterscotch Pecan Pies---remove from pie tin and microwave 20-25 seconds. <br> For a crispier crust (from frozen): Sprinkle sugar on top of pie. Bake at 350∞F for 15-20 minutes. Let pie cool for an additional 15 minutes. If center of the pie is still cool, microwave by the slice for 15-20 seconds.