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Special Ravens Super Bowl Pie from Dangerously Delicious Pies

1 Written by: | Monday, Jan 28, 2013 1:00pm

 

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catch of the day fish (2)Now, we’re going to try really, really hard this week to not have every single Catch of the Day (or thing we talk about in casual conversation) be about this coming Sunday. But seriously, it’s kind of hard. Super Bowl Sunday has taken on a sort of semi-national holiday status. We make plans. We prepare the meal. We dedicate an entire day to this event—even if we know absolutely nothing about football. Add to that the collective (and palpable) uplift that the Ravens’ participation has brought to the city, and this is basically a mandatory celebration for Baltimoreans. The Super Bowl is America’s second ranking holiday in terms of food consumption (Thanksgiving takes first place, but apparently game day beats out Christmas). To us, this means that we need to be planning big time—whether by creating individually-sculpted raven-shaped marzipan treats Martha Stewart-style  or ordering a king-size bucket of wings from the place down the street. And so, topping our list of Things To Order For Sunday is Dangerously Delicious Pies’ special Super Bowl Pie.

For a limited time only (of course), Dangerously Delicious Pies is offering a  Special Ravens Super Bowl Pie.  It’s got Oreo crust, vanilla cream and purple whipped cream on top. That means that when you end up getting it all over your face, you’ll just be showing that much more spirit. Perfect! If you’ve never been down to Dangerously Delicious, we kind of have to ask why. Then again, this could be the perfect excuse for a first time. Just make sure to order ahead.

Dangerously Delicious Pies is located at 2839 O’Donnell Street. For more information, visit: www.dangerouspiesbalt.com.

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