Month: February 2006

“Pie In The Sky,” ABC Soaps In Depth, February 14, 2006

Pie In The Sky By Kellie M. Larson ABS Soaps In Depth, February 14, 2006 Mary Beth Evans is one of daytime’s most recognizable faces. She played one half of DAYS OF OUR LIVES supercouple Patch and Kayla before going on to play beleaguered vixen Katherine Bell on GENERAL HOSPITAL. On recurring status since last October as Lucinda’s powerful daughter, Sierra Esteban, on AS THE WORLD TURNS, Evans has found a new way to challenge herself: She’s entered the pie business! “I had just spent this incredibly crazy year going back and forth from Los Angeles to New York for ATWT. One weekend, we were home reading the paper and my husband read in the Wall Street Journal about homemade apple pie [sales],” Evans recalls of how she got started. “He said, ‘You should do this,’ because I make this great, homemade, double-crusted apple pie that has one of those old- fashioned, flaky crusts, and its tart and sweet and not gooky. ” Considered something of a Martha Stewart by the people who know her best, crafty Evans had been using a generations-old family recipe to make pies to give away as gifts for 20 years! “I would make and freeze them and then write a little note with the baking directions so that people could have the aroma in their own house,” she explains. After practicing bulk baking...

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“Pie In the Sky,” CBS Soaps In Depth, February 7, 2006

Pie In The Sky By Kellie M. Larson CBS Soaps In Depth, February 7, 2006 Mary Beth Evans is one of daytime’s most recognizable faces. She played one half of DAYS OF OUR LIVES supercouple Patch and Kayla before going on to play beleaguered vixen Katherine Bell on GENERAL HOSPITAL. On recurring status since last October as Lucinda’s powerful daughter, Sierra Esteban, on AS THE WORLD TURNS, Evans has found a new way to challenge herself: She’s entered the pie business! “I had just spent this incredibly crazy year going back and forth from Los Angeles to New York for ATWT. One weekend, we were home reading the paper and my husband read in the Wall Street Journal about homemade apple pie [sales],” Evans recalls of how she got started. “He said, ‘You should do this,’ because I make this great, homemade, double-crusted apple pie that has one of those old- fashioned, flaky crusts, and its tart and sweet and not gooky. ” Considered something of a Martha Stewart by the people who know her best, crafty Evans had been using a generations-old family recipe to make pies to give away as gifts for 20 years! “I would make and freeze them and then write a little note with the baking directions so that people could have the aroma in their own house,” she explains. After practicing bulk baking...

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