Thursday, November 27, 2008
The pie safe seems like a perfect organizing idea for today - I don't know about you, but I'm happily contemplating the pumpkin pie I'll be eating later.
If you've never heard of a pie safe, here's the explanation from Mother Earth News: "a cabinet with tight joints and close-fitting doors to exclude pests and retain enough humidity to keep pies moist, but also featuring tiny, ant and gnat excluding perforations in the door so air could circulate to prevent mold." I've seen some items sold as pie safes which don't seem to have the perforations, but all the ones I'm listed here do indeed have them.
GreatWindsorChairs.com offers much more than Windsor chairs - including seven different versions of the pie safe.
And Massie Furniture, a family-owned company in North Carolina, also makes a number of different pie safes.