NEW CASTLE, Del., Nov. 23, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- To celebrate National Pie Day, Emile Henry has created a giveaway package called AsEasyAsPie. Pie lovers can enter to win this package of pie baking tools and ingredients which includes an Emile Henry ceramic pie dish, a $250 Emile Henry website gift card, a Duralex 6-quart glass bowl, a Lékué silicone baking mat, a Rösle egg whisk, a JK Adams French dowel rolling pin, the America's Best Pies 2016-2017 cookbook by the American Pie Council (APC) and a Duncan Hines ® Comstock ® & Wilderness® Pie Baking Kit. The Duncan Hines Comstock® kit includes six cans of the new Duncan Hines Comstock® Wilderness® Simply Pie Filling, a canned pie filling that is more like homemade because it has no artificial preservatives and no color added. The kit will also include six Duncan Hines cake mixes ideal for making unique piecrusts.
Bakers can enter at http://bit.ly/AsEasyAsPieGiveawayby submitting the name of their favorite pie filling or cake mix and by liking both the Duncan Hines and the Emile Henry Facebook pages. The contest will run from November 23, 2016 to January 15, 2017. A winner will be randomly selected and announced on January 23, 2017, National Pie Day. Emile Henry created its first Pie Dish for the American market over 20 years ago and was awarded a design patent for the fluted shape. The Emile Henry pie dish is a natural product handcrafted from Burgundy clay in France. The dish is highly resistant to breakage and can go directly from the freezer to the oven. Visit http://www.emilehenryusa.com. Duncan Hines ® inspires today's passionate bakers to "Don't Just Say it, Bake It" by exploring the endless possibilities of innovative and decadent baking creations. For more information on Duncan Hines, log onto http://www.duncanhines.com. Duncan Hines Comstock® Wilderness® is the official retail Pie Filling of the American Pie Council and the Emile Henry Pie Dish is the official pie dish of the annual APC National Pie Championships, scheduled for May 5 - 6, 2017 in Orlando, FL. For more information on the American Pie Council or National Pie Day, visit www.piecouncil.org. Pie History from the American Pie Council * Pie has been around since the ancient Egyptian era. These pies were sometimes made in "reeds" which were used for the sole purpose of holding the filling and not for eating with the filling.