Serving Up Pie for Dessert!


(WBRE/WYOU-TV) And after your big feast comes dessert — whether you prefer apple.. Cherry.. or pumpkin pie.

  Eyewitness News Reporter Anja Whitehead stops by Ginger’s Pies in Jessup to see what goes into those Thanksgiving treats.

If you want desert after your Thanksgiving feast, most of us, probably think pie. Here at Ginger’s pies on Church Street in Jessup the phone is ringing off the hook and the oven hasn’t had a chance to cool. Ginger Adams is the owner of Ginger’s Pies   “Everybody wants pie at Thanksgiving. We’ve got like 100 going to Bosak’s choice meats down on the bi-pass and then another 250 in house.”

  “Some people pick up their pies and then they order some more because they ate it before thanksgiving.” Leo Grunza told us.

  Ginger tells Eyewitness News she started making pies 30 years ago.

  “I had three little babies at one time and I worked out of my house and then I opened here 20 years ago”

After decades of making pies, something keeps the customers coming back.

  “I’m one of her poster children, I’m here every morning for breakfast. She does serve breakfast in the morning, and the best pies you’ll ever eat.” and what’s the special secret to such great pies? Said Ron Schoonver.

  “They are homemade and made with love”

And like most pie places, the holidays are the busiest times.

  “We’re going to roll right into Christmas after this. We don’t really get a break around the holidays” said Leo.

   Apple, pumpkin, coconut cream, and more. We wanted to know what your favorite pie is for your Thanksgiving feast.

  “I think apple is my number one seller and then pumpkin.” So no matter what flavor, pie will be on tables across Northeastern and Central Pennsylvania for thanksgiving dessert

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