Dave Tuttle’s Thanksgiving Pies

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If you live in the Croton area — and perhaps even if you don’t — then you know Dave Tuttle’s pies are legendary. Decadent crusts full of farm-fresh goodness in every single one. But since Tuttle is basically a one-man show and gives TLC to each one of his pies, he can only make so many. That’s why if you’re interested in ordering one of his homemade desserts for Thanksgiving, you’d better get to it.

Tuttle is taking orders for Thanksgiving now. He says, “The best way to place an order for Thanksgiving pies is to stop by Grouchy Gabe’s in Croton and fill out an order form.” Can’t get there? Send a note to dave@tuttleshomemade or text to 917-991-7661. He’ll also be taking orders at the Peekskill Farmers Market this weekend. “Get your orders in asap,” he warns. “When I reach my threshold I will need to … stop taking … orders. Last year, he baked 250 pies. “That was crazy,” he says. “But for all of you to have my pies on your Thanksgiving table was well worth it.”

Need a little incentive to stop by Grouchy’s or pick up the phone? Here it is…

 

Dave Tuttle's Apple Sourcream Pie

 

Dave Tuttle's Apple Walnut with Bourbon Raisins

 

Others on the menu include: traditional apple pie; traditional pumpkin pie; apple pear pie;  gingered pear with ruby raisins; apple, dried cherry, and pecan; and of course, pecan pie. Pies run between $20 and $30 a piece.

 

Grouchy Gabe’s is at 8 Old Post Rd. South, Croton-on-Hudson; 914-271-9690.

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  1. Hi Dave,
    You seem like a nice guy.
    Can you ship my son and I some pies?
    I bet they would be good if shipped over night? yes?
    I am a new customer if you ship.

    Steve Gasparovic

  2. Hi Dave,
    I have purchased your delicious apple pies several times…and…besides everyone in my family enjoying them, my husband, who has never eaten anyone’s pie crust, has eaten every bit of your crust. I am looking forward to trying other pies that you make.
    D. Ferraro

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