No one knows why, but our pandemic food of choice has been pie. Perhaps it was because quarantine’s peak coincided with stone fruit season, resulting in an Instagram feed populated with mouth-watering peaches, nectarines, and pluots? Or maybe our third eye opened and we realized that a whole pie could last us three-to-four days. Who knows? Either way, we became extremely well-versed in LA’s pie scene in a short amount of time and have come to the conclusion that the city’s best is… one that can’t even be bought anymore. Smh. The pie in question was created for the Pies for Justice benefit bake sale, and was donated by Few For All, an Italian pop-up specializing in homemade pastas and sauces. Packed with glorious, just-ripe peaches and topped with a mind-blowing medley of roasted almonds, oats, and lavender, there isn’t a day that goes by where this pie doesn’t cross our minds - and where we don’t bombard Few For All’s inbox, begging them to sell it again.
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