• DanaK-WaterPenny

Slate gets a lot of mileage out of its insistently contrarian editorial approach, and that’s fine—it’s fine, OK?—but there is a bridge too far, and that bridge is made of pie, which the publication has chosen to blaspheme twice this week. First L.V. Anderson complained about the double-crust pie, insisting, in re: the top crust, that “pie crust is not an exciting pastry” and should not be doubled when preparing a pie.

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