Owner: Cara A. Iacovetto

 

Hi!  My name is Cara Iacovetto.  I live on Saddleback Ranch in Steamboat Springs, Colorado.  "Cooking Until the Cows Come Home" specializes in gourmet, handmade pies & pastries, with fresh fruit and scrumptious fillings made from scratch. You will find some traditional pie choices to order, but you will also find some unique pairings that you will find hard to resist. 

"Keep Calm and Get Your Pie On"

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*Christmas Orders Taken Until Monday, December 19th*

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White Chocolate Peppermint Pie

This pie is what peppermint dreams are made of! It starts with a graham cracker crust that is filled with a light and creamy white chocolate, peppermint, cheesecake filling and then topped with freshly whipped cream and crushed peppermints. Your family and friends will love this decadent peppermint pie!

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Christmas Cookie Assortment Gift Box

This beautiful gift wrapped box of Christmas cookies is perfect for giving (free front door delivery) or for your own holiday party! There will be an assortment of Christmas cookies and candies like, but not limited to, sugar cookies, gingerbread cookies, chocolate chip, shortbread, toffee, fudge, macaroons, etc. I wish I could list all the possibilities, but this could go on for way too long! They will be wrapped up so pretty and ready to enjoy at your Christmas table or to be given as a gift for someone special. This was a very popular option last year for businesses gifting their clients and employees for Christmas! Includes holiday card with your personalized message!

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Gingerbread Yule Log Cake Roll

Looking for a show stopper on your holiday table? This is it! It starts with a light gingerbread sponge cake that is spiced with ginger, cinnamon, molasses & cloves. It is filled with a Spiced Swiss Meringue Buttercream. It is then decorated with handmade and decorated gingerbread cookies. So fun, festive, AND delicious!

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