James Oseland

Old-fashioned pie flavors, such as apple and pecan never go out of style. SAVEUR magazine finds 10 of your favorite holiday recipes.

Modern Mincemeat Pie

Currants, raisins, nuts, and spices sweeten up this traditional chopped beef pie. See the recipe for Modern Mincemeat Pie

Blue Ribbon Pecan Pie

The toffee-like interior and beautiful bronze top layer of halved pecans won Rubyane Surritte first place in the pie contest at Oklahoma’s Drummond Ranch. Get the recipe for Blue Ribbon Pecan Pie »
Using boiled sweet potatoes rather than baked ones gives this pie a beautifully vibrant color. Get the recipe for Sweet Potato Pie »

Libby’s Pumpkin Pie

This classic, simple pumpkin pie is inspired by the “Libby’s Famous Pumpkin Pie” recipe printed on the back of Libby’s pumpkin cans. Get the recipe for Libby’s Pumpkin Pie »

Cardamom-Buttermilk Pie

Buttermilk pie, an American classic, is a forerunner of cheesecake. See the recipe for Cardamom-Buttermilk Pie »

Mock Apple Pie

Crackers, tossed with a lemony apple pie-spiced syrup take on a remarkable cooked apples-like texture in this recipe, perhaps a forebear of modern molecular gastronomy.

Black Walnut Pumpkin Pie

Black walnuts have a deep, complex flavor that adds a delicious twist to the traditional pumpkin pie. See the recipe for Black Walnut Pumpkin Pie »

Custard Pie

The trick to making an old-fashioned custard pie is to cook it very slowly and evenly. See the recipe for Custard Pie »

Apple Pie

A splash of apple cider vinegar adds tang to this double-crusted take on classic apple pie.