PRESS PHOTOS BY LOU WHEELANDGrace Hoyer, manager of public relations with Cura Hospitality and Aladdin, shows the first pie to be tasted to Judges Adam Marles, Linda Plunkett and Molly Driscoll Nov. 30, 2017, at the pie baking contest at Phoebe Terrace, Allentown. Copyright - Lou Wheeland Photography
Musician Lorenzo Branca provided entertainment for the pie baking contest at Phoebe Terrace, Allentown. Copyright - Lou Wheeland Photography
A crowd favorite at the Phoebe Terrace pie baking contest was the Hess’s strawberry pie. Copyright - Lou Wheeland Photography
PRESS PHOTOS COURTESY GRACE ZARNAS-HOYERCura Hospitality pie winners Sara Heintzelman, Phoebe Terrace resident; Bonnie Schwenger, Cura Hospitality chef; Kim Wilson, chef and director of dining from Cura Hospitality, holding an apple pie; and Jean Iobst, Terrace resident, recently gathered for a group photo. Cura Hospitality is a member of the Elior North America family of companies. Copyright - Lou Wheeland Photography
Cura, Phoebe Terrace have a sweet time with pie baking contest
Cura Hospitality, the food contractor for Phoebe Terrace, Allentown, sponsored a pie baking contest at the retirement community Nov. 30.
The pies were baked by residents as well as employees of Cura.
Judges included Molly Driscoll, manager of Phoebe Terrace; Adam Marles, senior vice president, Phoebe Home of Allentown, and Linda Plunkett, administrative assistant.
Eleven pies were presented and after all the tasting was completed Phoebe Terrace resident Sara Heintzelman took third place for her Toll House and pumpkin pie.
Second went to Phoebe Terrace resident Jen Iobst for her peachy cream cheese pie.
Cura team members Kim Wilson with her fresh pear peppermint bark and Bonnie Schwenger with her apple bacon pie tied for first place.
Other pies entries included: luscious lemon; cherry apple; toasted coconut macadamia cream; Toll House; pumpkin and Hess’s strawberry pie.