Struesel Topped Ginger Pear Pie

Struesel Topped Ginger Pear Pie

Happy Monday!!

I’m not ready to embrace the work week, but I’m trying to talk myself into it! Like if I repeat it over and over again it will be true. I gotta Bettlejuice it. “Happy Monday! Happy Monday! Happy Monday!!!” And magically it will be a Happy Monday!! HA!

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We just had a great weekend so I don’t want to go back to the normal routine. Oh boo!

It was rainy on Saturday so I took Autumn to a local in-door trampoline park. Unless she is watching Mickey Mouse Clubhouse, she is on the go, preferably outside. And I couldn’t just park her in front of that all day, so we tried out Skyzone for her. Price and I had loved it when we had done it so I was hoping she would as well.

There was a small toddler area that was perfect and a handful of other kids there. She liked hoping around with the balls and noodles but most of all she liked the bigger kids jumping and making her bounce and fall and bounce and fall over again since she is so small. She was cracking up for that hour.

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And then on Sunday we met up with a friend of mine, his wife, and baby. Chris and I worked together a few years ago on a project and have stayed in touch going out to dinners with another guy from the team, so it was great meeting his wife and daughter. I wanted to steal Cora. And I don’t think Autumn would have minded as she kept kissing her. We met at the aquarium, where we have a membership, and then we went out for brunch. Autumn was so worn out by all the running around and action. Perfect day!

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Anyway, I haven’t made many pies this year and I wish I had. I missed it from my Year of Pies last year. I was missing it so I dove into the long list of pies that I wanted to make last year but hadn’t gotten around to it. Better late than never.

Pears are just a great fall and winter fruit when you are craving something other than an apple. I have my favorites like bartlett and anjou, but the top pear is the comise.

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I gave Price the first slice and he quickly dug in. He explained that he liked the combination of sweetness from the pears and the bite from the ginger. He did suggest that some vanilla ice cream would be a nice compliment to the ginger. And so he bought ice cream the next day for his next visit with the pie!

I hope you welcome the transition of summer to fall with this pie. Enjoy!

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Struesel Topped Ginger Pear Pie

Makes a 9″ pie


For the Crust

  • 12 tablespoons (1 1/2 sticks) very cold unsalted butter
  • 1/3 cup very cold vegetable shortening
  • 3 cups all-purpose flour
  • 1 teaspoon kosher salt
  • 1 tablespoon sugar
  • 6 to 8 tablespoons (about 1/2 cup) ice water

For the Filling

  • 8 pears (I used comise pears)
  • 1/2 Cup Sugar
  • 1/4 Cup flour
  • 1/4 Cup Cornstarch
  • 1 ” fresh ginger, grated
  • 1/2 teaspoon mace
  • zest of 1 lemon

For the Struesel Topping

  • 1 Cup Flour
  • 1/4 Cup sugar
  • 1/4 teaspoon ginger
  • 1/4 teaspoon mace
  • 1/4 teaspoon kosher salt
  • 8 Tablespoons unsalted butter, cut into small piece
  1. To make your pie crust, cut the butter and shortening into small pieces. Return it to the refrigerator while you prepare the flour mixture.
  2. Place the flour, salt, and sugar in the bowl of a food processor fitted with a dough blade and pulse a few times to mix.
  3. Add the butter and shortening. Pulse until the butter is the size of peas and the mixture is crumbly While the machine is running, pour the ice water down the feed tube and pulse the machine until the dough begins to pull away from the sides. Dump out on a floured surface. Quickly kneed together, divide into equal sized balls. Wrap in plastic wrap and refrigerate for 30 minutes.
  4. Preheat the oven to 425 degrees.
  5. Peel and slice the pears into 1/4″ thick slices. Place the pears in a large mixing bowl.
  6. Add the rest of the pie pilling ingredients. Gently mix to coat the pears.
  7. Remove 1 pie crust disc from the refrigerator (you only need 1 disk so use the other for another pie!). On a floured surface, roll out into a large circle until it is large enough to fit a 9″ pie plate. Place the crust in the pie plate. Fold over then crimp the edges.
  8. Pour the pear pie filling into the pie crust.
  9. Make the topping by combing the flour, sugar, ginger, mace, and kosher salt in a medium bowl. Using a pastry blender or your fingers, work the butter into the flour mixture until fine crumbs form. Scatter the topping over the filling and gently pat down.
  10. Bake the pie 20 minutes at 425 degrees, then reduce the oven temperature to 350 degrees F and bake until the topping is lightly browned and the filling is bubbling, about 40-45 more minutes (cover with foil if the topping is browning too quickly). Transfer to a rack and let cool completely.

Pie Crust from Ina Garten, Pie from I am a Honey Bee

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Book Club. 2015 Part 2


I’ve been ferociously reading books lately. It’s like I just rediscovered how great reading is and I need to make up for a slow spring. It’s great. I love it.

Currently Reading…

The Ghost Network Book

The Ghost Network: A Novel by Catie DiSabato

I got this from a recommendation based upon the books I’ve recently been reading. I think the topic is really interesting as it deals with the disappearance of a popstar (think Lady Gaga), but I am not loving the style of writing, but I’m hooked at the same time. Kinda when you love to hate something, but do like it. I find it a bit slow but I find it so attention getting.

I’m looking forward to getting to the end, but to just getting to the end, but to see where the story takes me as there so so many pieces to it.

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Icy Sparks by Gwyn Hyman Rubio

I took this book from the house in Maine during our last visit in July. I’ve seen it for years in the house and have flipped through it but I finally asked Elaine if I could borrow it.

I’ve slowly been reading this book as it’s not the lightest book to read, but it’s an interesting story (so far) about a young girl with tourettes in the 1950’s in the rural Kentucky. She struggles with relating to her peers and teachers in school, and then her onset of tourettes increases her struggles as she doesn’t understand what is happening to her and her impulses get her in trouble.

I am looking forward to where this book takes Icy.

Just Read These Bad Boys…

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Easily Amused by Karen McQuestion

I was going through Amazon’s Kindle Store and found this book in their deals section. I’ve gotten some great books during their flash sales, so I figured I’d try it again with this pick. It had a good rating so I figured I’d give it a spin.

Like some of my other summer reads, I thought that it was light and fun.

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The Life List: A Novel by Lori Nelson Spielman

This book was suggested to me from my friend Dawn. I’m glad she suggested it as it was a fun summer read.

I breezed through this book because it was a light read and I enjoyed it so much. I liked how the main character, Brett, rediscovers herself through her old life list. Her journey at finding happiness while abandoning her materialistic life behind her seems sincere and heartfelt. Her struggles are ones that we can relate to in our own ways.

There were points when things seemed a bit vague, like the value of the inheritance, or just came together too well, like Mr. Trenchcoat, but overall it was a book that I enjoyed and would suggest.

It made me want to think back to my old life lists and try to remember what I wrote down to see if I was on the path I imagined when I was a young teenager. I think that while some of my life list goals have changed since then I am still on the right path.


Big Little Lies by Laine Moriarty

I bought this the very afternoon after I finished Moriarty’s The Husband’s Secret. I enjoyed it so much that I had to get another one of her’s ASAP.

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The Husband’s Secret by Liane Moriarty

It’s really amazing what we secrets we keep.

From the little secrets to the big ones. They all impact us in various ways from how to react to others to how we view ourselves. I continued to think about that, and what if’s, while reaching this book. I tried to put myself in the shoes of main characters and imagine what I would do if I was them. It kept me on my toes while I was trying to figure out how the story would reach it’s apex.

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The Girl on the Train by Paula Hawkins

I didn’t love the beginning of it, but once I got about 20-30 pages in I was hooked. HOOKED. I loved reading it. It was so good. I wanted to slap the main character so many times but I still felt invested in her and the story.

I didn’t see the end going the way it did and I loved it for that.

 The Boston Girl

The Boston Girl: A Novel by Anita Diamant

This book is exactly why I love scrapbooking. And blogging!

It was such a wonderful read about a woman recanting her life to her granddaughter. I loved the storytelling aspect of it. It was told in a charming way that made it seem like that grandmother was talking right to you, as well. I found that it was a good reminder that our parents and grandparents lived these amazing lives before us so we really should shit down to take the time to talk to them.

It was set in and around Boston, which I just loved too. As I’ve lived here for the past 12 years, I enjoyed reading about the North End, Brookline, Roxbury, and, the further out, Rockport. I did a lot of googling of places and restaurants after reading about them to pull up old pictures and maps. So fun.


Be sure to check out my other suggestions:

Book Club.2015 Part 1

Book Club.2014 Part 2

Book Club.2014 Part 1

Please send me some suggestions! xox

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Our Pictures: Wedding Speeches, Cake, and Dancing

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The wedding was exactly what we were looking for with a laid back dinner and lots of dancing.  We worked hard to have the night relaxed and fun and guests, and I think we achieved it.

These last photos of our wedding highlight the fun that we had during the speeches and dancing. Enjoy!

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While people were finishing up their dinners we got up to say thanks to our family and friends for coming to celebrate this new chapter in our lives together.

And then we welcomed up my sister to give her Matron of Honor Speech.

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I am not a fan of speeches or particularly being the center of attention in instances like that. They really make me anxious so Price and I agreed that my sister and his brother would be the only ones giving speeches. The parents were warned of consequences (me full body tackling them), repeatedly.

She wrote a lovely speech about having a fun and loving successful relationship and marriage. She has been married for over 14 years so she gave Price some very important advice that works for them… the wife it always right! ha!

I have reread her speech several times since then the wedding since she gave us her speech. I love it. I totally need to get it framed.

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Cheers-ing with the wedding ‘theme’ matching personalized Mason Jar glasses she gifted to us. Love it!

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And then it was Price’s brother’s turn to give his Best Man Speech.

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Chase basically roasted all the Taggarts.

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While everyone was recovering from Chase’s hilarious speech, we took a moment to cut our cake and give each other a bite.

Our venue, Crissey Farm, is attached to the Great Barrington Brewery, which is well known for their Chocolate Stout Cake. The chef who runs the Brewery kichenalso runs the Crissey Farm catering kitchen, so we worked with her to modify the signature recipe a bit to get the cake we were dreaming of. The look and taste were just perfect!

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We are moving before our 1 year anniversary and it will just be too tricky to transport the frozen top tier of the cake, so we have decided to eat it the night before we move. I suggested at the 6 month anniversary, but Price suggested the night before the move as a great send off to one chapter in our life and to welcome a new one. So sweet, I just wanted to eat the cake again ASAP! HA!

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To kick off the night of dancing, my dad and I then did our Father Daughter Dance.

I had selected the song “That’s My Daughter in The Water” by Loudon Wainwright. I first heard it at the end of Knocked Up and I loved it ever since. It’s just such a sweet song.

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And then the dancing!!!!!!!

My addable niece Cara cut a rug the whole night. She partied hard dancing around all the cousins and adults.

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Besides our wedding cake, we served small bite served desserts so people could sample a variety of things depending on their preferences. Also, you could grab something and run right to the dance floor!

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While these photos are bright from the photographer’s flashes, the room was dark as we turned off the main hall lights and just had some accent lights on low. Just a FYI…

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One of my favorite photos of the night. Love Megan and Sarah!

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Throughout the night we had different playlists to match the music with the mood, so for the dance portion of the wedding we amped things up with our “DANCE EXPLOSION” playlist to get everyone dancing.

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We have out glow in the dark necklaces and bracelets.

They were a big hit with everyone, especially the kids. They were a fun accessory to dance around with.

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The Gensler Crew!!!!

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We also gave out flip flops for anyone who wanted to use them. Just kick off your shoes, slap on some flip flops, and get comfortable to dance!

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Our last dance song was “Sweet Caroline” by Neil Diamond.

It’s such a classic feel good song. It felt so right in us picking it as it’s practically the unofficial song of Boston, where we met.

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After the wedding a handful of us went to next door to Great Barrington Brewery to play some pool and dance around to music from the jute box. We closed out the bar too!


And be sure not to miss the other photos we previously shared!

Our Wedding Pictures: Cocktail Hour, Introductions, & First Dance

Our Wedding Pictures: Portraits

Our Wedding Pictures: Ceremony

Our Wedding Pictures: Getting Ready

Our Wedding Pictures: First Look

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Browned Butter Pumpkin Waffles with Cream Cheese Glaze

Browned Butter Pumpkin Waffles

It’s Fall!!!

It is starting to feel like Fall and I love it.

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Yes, I love Summer but I really do love Fall. The crisp smelling air in the mornings start the day off on the right note. I love the smells of fall from the apples to the fallen leaves to the pumpkin pie. Shoot, even pumpkin spice lattes smell amazing.

We have a jam packed Fall with a lot of great things planned like more apple picking, pumpkin picking, and going to the Head of the Charles. I can’t wait to cross more things off Our Boston Bucket List.

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Our AC’s are out, I’m packing up summer stuff and pulling out the fall and winter things. I am ready for it. Okay, I’m not but I will do my darndest to embrace it.

My current favorite thing is #pumpkinallthethings attitude towards life. It’s crazy and fun, which inspired me to make this week’s waffle recipe centered on everyone’s favorite fruit. Apple?! Pears?! Cranberry ?! Shut up, you know I mean PUMPKIN!!!!

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The batter will be thick so don’t fret! The pumpkin puree gives off a lot of moisture so if your batter is too thin it will stick and fall apart in your waffle iron, no matter how much you spray. Trust me. Also, spray your waffle iron for every waffle. Again, trust me.

The cream cheese drizzle is an awesome to change things up from your typical maple syrup. If you just want maple syrup then skip it, no big. I just love the flavor combo of pumpkin with cream cheese, like those delish muffins from Starbucks, so wanted to experience that with these waffles.

Funny story… I bought one of those Pumpkin Muffins from Starbucks at the airport when we were traveling from Tampa back to Boston last week for Price as a little extra birthday treat. I had Autumn carry the bag over from the store to our gates to give her a fun little job. Big mistake! She discovered what it was, decided it was her’s, and then proceeded to eat the whole thing in front of Price. ha!!

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Anyway, back to the drizzle! I didn’t do a good job mixing it, as Autumn decided to be extra distracting that morning #toddlerlyfe. You should thoroughly mix the cream cheese and powdered sugar together BEFORE adding the milk. I added it too soon and messed it up, making it lumpy. It was still delicious, but lumpy :-(

Break out the waffle iron and a can of pumpkin this weekend and you’ll be loving life when you make these waffles!

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Browned Butter Pumpkin Waffles with a Cream Cheese Drizzle

Makes 8-12 Belgian waffles, depending on desired size of waddles


For the Waffles

  • 1/2 Cup butter
  • 2 3/4 Cups white whole wheat flour
  • 2 teaspoons baking powder
  • 2 teaspoons cinnamon
  • 1/2 teaspoon ginger
  • 1/4 teaspoon salt
  • 1 1/4 Cups milk
  • 1 Tablespoon vanilla extract
  • 2 Tablespoons honey
  • 2 eggs
  • 1 (15 ounce can) can pumpkin purée

For the Cream Cheese Drizzle

  • 8 ounce package of cream cheese, at room temperature
  • 1 Cup powdered sugar
  • 2-3 Tablespoons milk

vanilla granola for garnish, optional


  1. Brown the butter according to these instructions. Set aside to cool.
  2. In a large mixing bowl, mix the flour, baking powder, cinnamon, ginger, and salt.
  3. In a separate bowl, mix the rest of the butter, milk, vanilla extract, honey, eggs, and pumpkin puree.
  4. Pour the wet ingredients onto the dry ingredients and mix.
  5. Preheat your waffle iron and then spray the waffle maker with cooking oil spray.  Use 1/3 Cup of batter per waffle to make smaller waffles, use more to make larger waffles. Cook according to your manufacturer’s instructions. Put finished waffles in the preheated 250° oven to keep warm while you cook the others.
  6. While your waffles are cooking, thoroughly beat the cream cheese. In 1/4 cup batches, add the
  7. Plate with 1-2 waffles, add the cream cheese drizzle, top with granola. Enjoy!

Waffles adapted from Chocolate and Carrots

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Crisp Lemony Star Cookies & a Krusteaz Back to School Baking Giveaway


Autumn is growing at record speed. Okay, she is not, she is in fact she is still teeny tiny. But I can’t believe she is almost 2!! Sobs!!

I’ve loved every age so far, but right now this is so super cool as she is so active. We are starting to be able to participate in things together more as she can take instruction well and give it well too.


My new favorite activity together is baking!!!

Everyone has geared up for back to school activities, including fall baking, recently, but since my wee one is still so young, our focus has just been on the yummy fall baking.

While I love to bake from scratch, I have found that using a mix has really simplified things for us so that we can quickly and easily get started right after I pick her up from daycare.

I get home about 30-40 minutes before I pick Autumn up from daycare so I prep for our new baking adventures by taking out the Krusteaz mix, butter, and preheating the oven, grabbing the dog for a walk, dropping him off at home, and then I head over to get Autumn. On our walk home I tell her what we are making that night. She gets excited about using the mixer and using her hands to ‘play’ with the dough.

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Last week we made yummy cookies using Krusteaz’s Brown Sugar Oatmeal Cookie Mix to make cookies. She helped with the mixer and by (sorta) rolling out the cookies.

And last night we made a toddler friendly version of Krusteaz’s Crispy Gold Star Day Cookies with their Meyer Lemon Cookie Mix. So good! And the perfect cookies to make with a toddler or young kids as they can use the cookie cutters to cut out the cookies and then decorate them with the sprinkles that came with the mix.

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I started out by mixing the dough while Autumn was busy eating her dinner of lasagna, mango, and yogurt. Once she was done we were all ready to go!

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I set her on the counter to help me cut out the cookies. It was the first time she used cookie cutters! She would grunt a bit as she push it down and then say ‘ah!’ when she was done, while she waited for me to pick it up to do it again and again.

We received the most adorable red aprons from Krusteaz, which would have been great to wear, but a certain toddler didn’t want to wear it. Something, something, screaming about her Minnie shirt. I, of course, wanted to protect the precious Minnie shirt, but she didn’t want it covered. #toddlerlyfe

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We would then pat and roll out the dough again and again as we made more cookies. She certainly loved rolling out the dough.

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Then I baked them. ‘Oven HOT mommy HOT!!!!” At least she gets that.

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And how important it is to help with clean up!

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We then decorated them the next morning, as the cookies need to cool before putting the glaze them and she goes to bed so early (6.30) so we just couldn’t fit it all in the night.

She did pretty well putting the glaze on them, but I think getting the sprinkles on the cookies was her favorite part!

We then brought them to daycare to share with her friends.

I hope you’ll bake up these! Be sure to grab a kid or two to for some fun help with the baking. You’ll love it, and so will they!


Crisp Lemony Star Cookies

Makes 12-24 cookies, depending on cookie cutter size


For the Cookies

For the Glaze

  • 1/2 cup powdered sugar
  • 1 tablespoon milk
  • 1 packet yellow decorating sugar, enclosed


  1. Preheat oven to 350°F. Line a cookie sheet with a nonstick baking sheet.
  2. To make the cookies, pour the cookie mix in the medium bowl.  Add the butter and egg, stir until a dough forms. It will be a dry crumbly dough.
  3. On a well floured surface, knead the dough into a disk. Roll dough 1/4 inch thick, cut stars and place 2 inches apart onto the cookie sheet.
  4. Bake 8-9 minutes, until the cookie is no longer soft in the center and the edges are golden brown. Time will vary depending on cookie size.
  5. To make the glaze, combine powdered sugar and milk in a bowl, whisk until smooth.
  6. Decorate the cookies when they have completely cooled by drizzling or spooning the glaze on them and then sprinkle with the decorating sugar.

Adapted from Krusteaz


And now the fun stuff… a GIVEAWAY!!!!


Be sure to enter for your chance to win the following goodies from Krusteaz!!!!

  • New Krusteaz Bakery Style Cookie Mixes including:
    • Triple Chocolate Chunk
    • Meyer Lemon
    • Double Peanut Butter
    • Brown Sugar Oatmeal
    • Oatmeal Scotchie
    • Butter Vanilla Sugar
  • A Krusteaz lunchbox
  • Some fun kitchen items like a Krusteaz-branded oven mitt and aprons (one for an adult and one for a child!)
  • A selfie stick (for fun family photos taken while baking and enjoying cookies!)
  • Cookie cutter and measuring spoons for kids from Curious Chef
  • Cookie recipe inspiration cards


The giveaway runs for a week, ending on October 6th at midnight. Open to US residents.


This is a sponsored post from Krusteaz, but all opinions are my own.

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