Working at Tippin’s gives us an incredible opportunity to try a lot of different, delicious foods – pies, soups, croissants, breads and more. In many instances, sampling products is a requirement of the job. (The saying, “It’s a tough job, but someone has to do it,” comes to mind.)
Pies look so lovely in their Tippin’s pie tins. But once you start cutting into them, they don’t always make it to the plate in such a pretty state. Since we have some experience in this area, we’d like to share the tips we’ve learned from 30-plus years of cutting and serving pies.