Grace Thompson, 13, center, holds her Ozark Mountain Berry Lattice Pie, which took first place in the Fruit Category at the first Fezziwig’s Pie Baking Competition in O’Fallon. Her mother, Amanda Thompson, right, took top honors in the Bakers Choice Category with her Lavender Lemon Pie. At left is Sheila Clement, Amanda’s mother.
Grace Thompson, 13, center, holds her Ozark Mountain Berry Lattice Pie, which took first place in the Fruit Category at the first Fezziwig’s Pie Baking Competition in O’Fallon. Her mother, Amanda Thompson, right, took top honors in the Bakers Choice Category with her Lavender Lemon Pie. At left is Sheila Clement, Amanda’s mother. Suzanne Boyle sboyle@bnd.com
Grace Thompson, 13, center, holds her Ozark Mountain Berry Lattice Pie, which took first place in the Fruit Category at the first Fezziwig’s Pie Baking Competition in O’Fallon. Her mother, Amanda Thompson, right, took top honors in the Bakers Choice Category with her Lavender Lemon Pie. At left is Sheila Clement, Amanda’s mother. Suzanne Boyle sboyle@bnd.com

Fezziwig’s inaugural pie baking contest was a sweet success

July 24, 2017 8:00 AM

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