Pie Social

Pie Social 2013: The Celebrity Chef Line-Up is Sweet

This year's Roosevelt Row/Chow Bella Pie Social has something for everyone -- the vegans, the gluten-free folks, and anyone with a sweet tooth.

This year's event will take place Saturday, November 16, from 2 to 5 p.m. at the "What Should Go Here" Pop Up Park at Second Street and Roosevelt.

And now, the moment you've been waiting for. The 2013 Pie Social Celebrity Chef Line-Up:

See also: Pie Social 2012 -- The Winners

Eddie Castillo, Arizona Food Crafters Suzanne Gwyn, Bake Goods by Suzanne Dana Stern, Bragg's Factory Diner Jeff Kraus, Crepe Bar Marisa Lown, Gertrude's La Dawn Driscoll, Liberty Market Julie Moreno, Jewel's Bakery and Cafe Lindsey Magee, Ollie Vaughn's Katherine Dwight, Phoenix Public Market Country Velador, Super Chunk Sweets and Treats Dana Dumas, Sugar Jam Cookies Tracy Demspey, Tracy Dempsey Originals Amanda and Corianne Sizemore, Treehouse Bakery Karen Olson, Vonceil's Pies

Even if you are not in the celebrity line-up, remember, you are still invited to get baking in our community pie tasting section of the event. There's no need to sign up for that, just show up with two pies. We'll even provide the forks.

Community bakers: bring two pies (we'll have ice to keep things cool) your pies will get you five tasting tickets.

Just want to get in on the eating? No worries. You can buy five tasting tickets for $10. The event will benefit the Bioscience Arts and Green Shovel clubs.

Stay tuned to Chow Bella for more details, chef profiles, contests and ticket giveaways.

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