Turn Back for Pie
OUR STORY (TURN BACK FOR PIE)
Leslie Noble has been making pies her whole life, learning her baking skills from her grandmother. Most of her life she baked and then gave away most of what she made. In her early career as a pharmaceutical sales representative she was able to bake her way into many medical offices.
When the economy took a hit in 2008, Leslie's horse farm business went under. Leslie and her kids took to the highway outside their farm with a picnic table full of fresh baked apple pies and a hand painted sign "TURN BACK FOR PIE." After selling out of their 20 apple pies in the first hours of the day, the rest was history. They were soon kicked off the highway for slowing down traffic to a retail store with just an oven and a table, baking pies everyday to furnish her own store.
Leslie, her husband Tom, and her children built a reputation for making authentic homemade pies. Using simple locally sourced ingredients to make her grandmothers recipes.
During the growing seasons, Noble Pies still gets their fruits and vegetables locally. Mostly from Ochs Orchard in Warwick and Dan Madura Farms in Pine Island, NY. Fresh eggs are bought from local farms, including Leslie's own chickens. The lamb and beef in the savory pies come from Banbury Cross Farm in Goshen, NY. Bacon comes from Lowland Farm in Warwick.
We do not use preservative of any kind, only relying on natural flavors.