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Chess pies are uniquely southern. Why are they called “chess” pies? Well, one explanation suggests that the word was originally “chest,” but when pronounced with a drawl, became “chess” and was used to describe these pies that could be stored in a pie chest rather than an icebox because their sweetness naturally preserved them. Its texture is somewhere between a custard and a cheesecake.

Buttermilk $30
This classic Chess pie is often called the “Creme Brulee of the South.” It’s creamy texture is delicate and sweet.

Southern Pecan $35
A classic southern favorite and my own mother’s recipe. My mother’s recipe was her mother’s recipe, and well, it just goes on.

Sweet Potato $30
If you like pumpkin pie, you will love sweet potato pie. It is one of the most traditional southern pies.

Chocolate Chess $30
Quintessentially Southern and sure to satisfy any chocolate lover’s craving.

Coconut Chess $30
Decadent but simple. A sweet custard infused with toasted coconut.

Lemon Chess $30
Creamy, lemony, tart and sweet…perfect!

Kitchen Sink Pie $35
My daddy can’t help but shout, “Good Night!” after tasting this pie. It is a soul-satisfying blend of chocolate, pecans, butterscotch, and coconut, in a perfect chess custard.

Mixed Berry Crumble $35
Tart and sweet berry medley with a crisp brown-sugar crumble.

Apple Crumble $35
Traditional Apple pie topped with our brown-sugar crumble.

Peaches & Cream $35
Sweet peaches covered with a decadent cream cheese filling, cinnamon and sugar.

Apple Buttermilk $35
Sauteed Granny Smith Apples enveloped in a spiced custard.

Sissy Pies

All Flavors
3 & 5 inch Porch Pies are available with a minimum order and a 72 hour advance notice.
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