Pie Social

Pie Social 2014: The Winners!

Hey, Phoenix -- have you recovered?

Hundreds of you showed up on Roosevelt Row Saturday to consume hundreds of pies and vote for your favorite at our fifth annual Pie Social.

There can only be one grand prize winner, and we're here to tell you who won in the People's Choice category as well as the blind awards, including Best in Show.

First, Chow Bella would like to thank Cindy Dach and the rest of the kind folks of Roosevelt Row and their volunteers for hard work on an event that benefits the Phoenix Union Bioscience High School. We'd also like to thank the judges, the community bakers, The Senators, Brand X, and the 14 incredibly talented celebrity chefs and their teams who baked an awe-inspiring lineup of pies this year.

Now for the winners.

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