Happy Pi(e) Day!

On March 14th, or 3.14, we indulge ourselves on the delicious dessert that is pie but let’s ROUND back to the true origin of this delectable day, Pi Day!

Why do we celebrate Pi Day on March 14th?

Pi, outside the kitchen and in the mathematical world is often represented by the Greek letter π. This symbol represents a mathematical constant, the ratio of the circumference of a circle to its diameter. The numerical value of this less edible Pi more


Easy Lemon Tart


Lemon Filling

4 large eggs 1/3 cup freshly squeezed lemon juice 1 1/2  cups granulated sugar (or organic sugar) 1 tablespoon freshly grated lemon zest 1 tablespoon freshly grated orange zest 1/3 cup butter, melted powdered sugar, for topping (once the tart is cooled)

Flaky Shortbread Crust

2 cups all-purpose flour 1/2 cup powdered sugar 3/4 cup chilled butter, cut into cubes

TCHO Chocolate Ganache

4 – 6oz TCHO Bittersweet 66% Dark Chocolate Discs 1/2 cup cream (or substitute a nut or plant base milk)



Preheat the oven to more

Pietisserie Pies For All

Mollie Stone’s Markets is proud to announce our partnership with Pietisserie! Made masterfully with only the best ingredients these artisan quality pies are sure to be the talk of your next gathering.

Pietisserie began after founder, Jaynelle St. Jean, staged the window of her mother’s home as an iconic country scene with homemade pies set out to cool. Moved to create her own small town in the city, she gave away slices to passersby happy to eat with neighbors. more

Bakery, St. Patrick's Day

Our Mollie’s Famous Irish Soda Bread

Why is Soda Bread synonymous with the Irish and St. Patrick’s Day? In the 1800s, bread in Ireland was made at home rather than in bakeries. The flour the Irish used was from soft wheat which is naturally low in gluten and does not interact well with yeast, using baking soda instead.

Our version of Soda Bread adds butter and Raisins which make this treat so much more delicious. Traditionally these more indulgent additions were only used for special more

Bakery, Uncategorized

Indulge Local: Raymond’s Sourdough Bread

Raymond’s family business began in 1978, when his parents bought a small delicatessen in San Mateo, California. They named it Nick’s Deli. With the little experience his older brother Nick had from summer delicatessen jobs – and the love and respect their parents taught them; they learned to offer an excellent meal at a very fair price, and to treat their customers as part of our family.

Their family all worked hard to get the business off the ground. They went around to more

Bakery, Specialties

Soft & Chewy Gingerbread Men

Just hear those sleigh bells jingling, ring ting tingling too. Come on, it’s lovely weather. For a sleigh ride together with you. Gingerbread Men are our favorite cookies to make and decorate this season. We tested out this awesome vegan recipe by Post Punk Kitchen and loved it! We made a few little changes—the  biggest one being swapping out the molasses for maple syrup, we did this simply because we figured more people have maple syrup on hand than molasses. If you’re more

Bakery, Specialties, Uncategorized

Your Complete Guide to Vegan Thanksgiving

How does one have a fully vegan yet traditional Thanksgiving? Easily! With some minor substitutions, you can make almost any traditional holiday dish vegan. Even if you’re not vegan, cooking vegan is a great way for home-cooks to challenge themselves to explore different ingredients. Here’s a round-up of our favorite vegan Thanksgiving recipes along with some vegan cooking tips & tricks:

First thing’s first, what do you serve as a main instead of a turkey?

Orange-Glazed Tofurky Roast


Super Moist Vegan Pumpkin Bread

We’re full advocates of #PumpkinEverything for Fall. Move over zucchini bread, it’s all about the pumpkin bread. This pumpkin bread is so moist, flavorful and delicious—your non-vegan friends won’t have a clue it’s vegan. Did we forget to mention it also has the perfect sugary crust? Yup. What are you waiting for? Crank up that oven!