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Pie Social 2011: Who's in the Final Celebrity Baker Line-Up?

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Hey Phoenix, are you ready for pie?

Roosevelt Row and Chow Bella are pleased to announce the line-up for this year's celebrity pie contest -- part of 2011's Pie Social, Saturday, November 12 on Roosevelt Row in downtown Phoenix.

If you don't bake in a commercial kitchen (and even if you do) you can still get in on the pie-baking action by participating in our community tasting. Last year dozens of amateur bakers brought the fruits (and nuts) of their labors downtown and got sugared up.

This year's Pie Social will feature craft booths and other pie-related goodness we'll be sharing in the coming weeks.

For now, check out the celeb line-up after the jump.

Veronica Arroyo, Bourbon Steak
Justin Beckett, Beckett's Table
Tammie Coe, Tammie Coe Cakes
Jessica Cuff, The Coffee Shop
Tracy Dempsey, Tracy Dempsey Originals
Dominic Fasano, Jobot
Slade Grove, Slade Grove Creative Gourmet
Tim O'Connor, Honey Moon Sweets
Tonya Saidi, Mamma Toledo's Pies and Homemade Desserts
Virginia Senior, Urban Beans
Jennifer Van Inwegen, Creative Butters
Traci Wilbur, Pie Snob

Questions about Pie Social? Leave 'em in the comments section or email amy.silverman@newtimes.com

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