So obviously. . . obviously . . .my trips to Mathallen Oslo included a trip over to Hello Good Pie. Hello Good Pie is owned and operated by a lovely Californian woman named Cordelia. Cordelia traded her day job for this venture and let me just say, I am mighty happy she did. She’s brought her pie A game to the capital in a major way. Her flaky crusts & crumbly crumbles join forces with sweet and savory middles such as chocolate cream, vanilla caramel, lemon meringue, beef & tomato and chicken & leek.
The pie varieties at Hello Good Pie don’t end there, oh no. Several varieties are on offer, including seasonal favorites like cherry and blueberry. Cordelia’s pies are sized to serve one to three persons, so if you are in a group, choose a few to sample, then sit back and eat them while you watch the world whizz by. Or take a few home and nibble on them from the comfort of your own living room.
The good karma touch – a HUGE orange fist at the register.
This chocolate cream pie did not stand a chance against the likes of….
….this brightly dressed little girl….whoops I mean me….ha ha ha
…see what I mean….when I get busy eat pie, I get busy eating pie …..
Vanilla creme resting on top of a pot of caramel gold! If you like caramel – this is your holy grail. And…it’s all made from scratch….with real butter and lots of love (just like all of Cordelia’s pies – 100% natural and full of love)
Lemon meringue pie with toasted, homemade marshmallow fluff
Gluten sensitive? Cordelia has got you covered.
(sorry the photo came out a little dark…)
This is Cordelia (big smile and hat)
myself (6 foot/181cm tall one in the pink sweater and leather t-shirt)
(sorry the photo came out a little dark…again…and blurry but Cordelia’s smile lights things up!)
Tell Cordelia I said hello when (no if, but when) you stop by Hello Good Pie.
This was my favorite dessert – lemon meringue pie!
Øyvind digging into the chicken and leek pie…
I very much enjoyed the little touches like this as well. Pie related phrases in English and their Norwegian translation – how darling! Also appreciate that all of the plastic flatware (aka knives, forks and spoons) are made from biodegrade materials. Good for you – even better for the environment.
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