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Pie Oh My! Opens Today

Baked-from-scratch pies will be available in tart-sized portions. Full size pies can be ordered ahead of time.

Fresh baked pies from Clayton resident Jane Callahan, owner of Pie Oh My! have been available in St. Louis at Local Harvest, Baumann’s, Kaldi’s, Spencer’s Grill in Kirkwood and at the Clayton Farmers Market.

Beginning today Callahan will also sell from her own location, at 2719 Sutton Boulevard in Maplewood. She’ll open her doors at 11 a.m.

All her pies are made from fresh, seasonal ingredients, such as the box of peaches sitting in her kitchen on Tuesday.

Callahan said she’s currently baking coconut cream, banana cream, pear-blueberry and peach-blueberry. She said she’s had a good reaction from an espresso-pecan-chocolate, so she’ll be trying that one.

As she’s been getting ready neighbors have peeked in to say hi, and some have had suggestions.

“The guys upstairs (The Core Group) are excited about a pecan-bourbon-chocolate, so I’m going to try that,” she said.

When a customer walks in the front door, “hopefully they’ll see mouthwatering pies they’ll want to gobble up,” Callahan said.

She’ll have small, cupcake-size pies and some, slightly larger, available, along with Kaldi’s coffee, tea, soda and bottled water.

Callahan hopes customers who want a full size pie will call, email or order it online and she’ll have it ready for pickup. She said she’ll also have frozen, ready-to-bake pies if someone absolutely needs an apple pie “right now.”

Pie Oh My!’s hours are 11 a.m to 6 p.m. Tuesday to Saturday and 1 p.m. to 6 p.m. Sunday. If you need a slice and it’s after 6:00, she’s talking with Tiffany’s Diner and The Wood about carrying her pies.

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