Sweet Potato Pie [by Erin]

I have always been fascinated with pie. They come out looking impressive and with a few tricks do not cause many problems. Oh sure, we have all be there for the crust that fell apart or the filling that just didn’t want to bake correctly, but honestly, there are so many things that go right with pie that the things that go wrong are laughable.

If there is one time for pie to really shine it’s Thanksgiving. And outside of pumpkin nothing says turkey day quite like sweet potato. While it is usually served as a side dish, forgo to the savory version for the sweet and follow me to the world of sweet potato pie.

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How to make marshmallow fondant [by Victoria]

The comments I hear most often about fondant is that it tastes bad or bland. To be honest, for a long time I couldn’t fault such an opinion. Prepackaged fondant, while convenient, is expensive at almost $5 per pound of white–double the cost if you want a strong color, like red or black–and doesn’t have much of a taste to it. So why spend so much money on a product that usually winds up in the trash?

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