Sarah Sanders Takes To Her Kitchen, Bakes Haters At 375°F For 30-45 Minutes After Fake Pie Controversy

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White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders took to her kitchen to strike back at Thanksgiving allegations that she faked making a pecan pie, after she tweeted what appeared to be a generic stock photo. 

CNN's April Ryan in particular took umbrage with Sanders' pie post, challenging her to "show it to us on a table" with "folks eating it and a pic of you cooking it." 

While Sanders' full time personal photographer appears to have missed this Martha Stewart moment, Sanders took to Twitter Wednesday night to show haters she's got the chops to bake four Pecan Pies, asking CNN's Ryan "with or without bourbon?"

Sanders then posted a picture of her four pecan pies on a table, wishing the White House press corps a Merry Christmas...

Ryan tweeted back to Sanders, saying she "I will check it tomorrow but won't eat it!," adding "I can't wait to see them!" 

We can only hope that Sanders' pies convince the MSM that things like extra scoops of ice cream, sipping water during a speech, and now #piegate are perhaps best left alone. 

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Comments

adr Fri, 12/15/2017 - 13:07 Permalink

Barry doesn't have to prove his birth certificate or that he actually took the oath of office, but we need the current WH press secretary to prove she baked a pie?

hooligan2009 Fri, 12/15/2017 - 13:15 Permalink

this is what counts for investigative journalism in the MSMbunch of libtard fuckwits not qualified to wash dishes.how many substantive and verified stories of bribery, corruption, racketeering, conspiracy, sedition, leaking, incompetence does the MSM have to miss before the MSM puts its "best and brightest" into a WH press cabal?ALL OF THEMhow many unsubstantiated, fake, irrelevant, distracting, peurile, stories of complete drivel must be published to make it into the WH press corps?ALL OF THEM

silverserfer Fri, 12/15/2017 - 13:31 Permalink

April Ryan is just pandering to her section 8 following. they get free internetz you know. Give her a break she probably only ever seen pies from mcdonald's anyways.

ReturnOfDaMac Fri, 12/15/2017 - 13:40 Permalink

Jeeze Louise, folks are too serious about bullshit.  Where the hell were all these so-called serious people when Yemen happened and real-American men were killed?  April and Sarah are just having a little good, clean, femine fun.  I LIKE it.  Carry on ladies, carry on!

Small Governme… Fri, 12/15/2017 - 13:45 Permalink

I would enjoy watching Ms. Sanders serve humble pie to the press.The press clearly deserve it. My recipe for humble pie is any pie recipe with an extra cup of lemon or lime juice added to each pie.As the pie is eaten, it is hard for the consumers to speak while they pucker up! 

QIG SharkBit Fri, 12/15/2017 - 14:37 Permalink

The mm, because they just make up whatever they want, are not busy enough, no fact checking to do, so therefore they find critical remark making something to do to fill the time that would othereise be used by productive work. Eventually supply and demand will catch up to all of them, and without a pay check they may styart trying to find "productive" work.

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dhengineer Fri, 12/15/2017 - 14:35 Permalink

Obviously, the Dims have no other issues to go after.  They have been stuffed again and again, and all they can do is to go after a real-life working woman with real-world skills who bakes desserts for her family.   The horror, the horror... Maybe Sarah can double down, have a video made of her in the kitchen, and then challenge Obammy to see the birth certificate, the Wookie to prove "she's" not a dude, and ask for the xrays of Hitlery's foot... Oh, and that Ryan broad should know that pies are not "cooked," they are BAKED...  Moron!

Bemused Observer Fri, 12/15/2017 - 14:44 Permalink

Pecan pie, anyone can make a pecan pie. The hardest part to get right is the crust, and most use a pre-made pie shell. (THAT'S why Sarah's pie was in an aluminum pie pan.) I suspect that's why we didn't see a whole lot of criticism from professional chefs and such...only someone who DOESN'T bake would think pecan pie was that difficult to make. I'm betting April Ryan is in this camp.If Sarah wants to 'blow their hair back', she should post pics of her Christmas dinner...roast prime ribs with Yorkshire pudding would be a perfect 'fuck off!' to all the people who decided to make this an issue. 

LadyAtZero Bemused Observer Fri, 12/15/2017 - 15:02 Permalink

Not necessarily true that she used a pre-made pie shell !!!She may have used aluminum pie pans in order for them to be easily thrown away or given away afterward.She's not going to use her best glass or ceramic pie pans if she has to leave the pies somewhere.If all the pie isn't eaten, it will probably be given to people to take home or maybe they'll donate it to a food shelter. 

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Bemused Observer LadyAtZero Sat, 12/16/2017 - 13:38 Permalink

Could be, but speaking from personal experience you don't want to lay your perfect home made pie crust into a throw-away pan. Especially for a holiday dinner at home. If you go to the trouble to do your own crust, chances are you have some professional-grade bakeware and you're only using aluminum pans for the cat.That said, most of us just buy the frozen crust and focus our creative genius on the filling.

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besnook Bemused Observer Fri, 12/15/2017 - 15:08 Permalink

funny story. my mother in law attends a church with a full kitchen that is not commercially certified. the county gave them some trouble when they found out they used the kitckhen to make some of the goods, including pies, for a fund raiser. they still use the kitchen for baking pies but they bake them in aluminum pie shells now in case .gov decides to pay a visit again so they can claim they are store bought pies.when you don't know how to bake any pie is difficult, especially a good home made crust.

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