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Sweet & Savory Pies: A Love Story

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Published on Jan 22, 2013

When Philly native Sarah Curtis-Fawley travelled to Australia for what she just intended to be a year, fate seems to have intervened. Marrying, and eventually opening up a bakery (the Pacific Pie Company) in Portland, Oregon specializing in sweet & savory pies, was simply not part of the original plan.

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