Turkey is nice but don’t forget the pie

Delilah Bakery in Echo Park is gearing up to bake up hundreds of pies – including Pecan Bourbon, Tollhouse Cookie & Dutch Apple – in time for Thanksgiving.  But pie lovers need to order the holiday pies – as well as large servings of Whiskey Bread Pudding and Apple Brown Betty – in advance. Pies cost $23; Whisky Bread Pudding & other specialties, $18. It’s the holidays. So, you might as well splurge on a $5 tub of whipped cream.

Top image courtesy Delilah Bakery


  1. Sorry BUT $23 bucks for a pie is too expensive for me. I think I’ll stick to TRADER JOE’S. kNOW YOUR FOOD IS GOOD But a little on the high end for me personally. Does it come gift wrapped?

  2. i agree. i saw the flier to order pies and thought the price was a bit high for a bakery that can be “hit or miss” with their bake goods. sorry delilah…you’re not Urth Caffe!!

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