Brooklyn to Be Besieged by Pie This Sunday
If you're looking to cross-train your stomach in preparation for Thanksgiving Day gluttony, you may want to wander over to Williamsburg's Spacecraft this Sunday. That's where the second annual Brooklyn Pie Bake-Off Benefit will be taking place from 1 to 4 p.m.
This year's bake-off will benefit ourgoods.com, a website that bills itself as a "barter network for the creative community." Admission costs $10, and includes three slices of pie and liquid sustenance from Ronnybrook and Brooklyn Brewery.
Competing bakers (who must register by this Friday) get in for free -- assuming, of course, they show up with two pies to serve. Their work will be judged by Cathy Erway, Eatsy's Kitty Greenwald, and Allison Kave, whose First Prize Pies is the happy result of her victory at last year's bake-off.
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