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Best of the Main Line & Western Suburbs

Nomadic Pies

MapParkesburg & Kennett Square, PA
(610) 857-7600
  • Food and Drink


Best Savory Pies 2016: The chicken in Molly Johnson's potpies is pasture-raised and free of hormones and antibiotics. But it's the warm, flaky crust that seals the deal. Other options include sausage, mushroom, onion, cheese, pulled pork and beef chili.

Best Pies 2015: Though she made the transition from food truck to brick-and-mortar this year, Molly Johnston’s approach to pies—both savory and sweet—hasn’t wavered. Her championing of local, seasonal ingredients gels perfectly with her unfettered creativity. How could a raspberry, pear and cardamom combo not pique one’s interest?

Best Pies, 2014: So good you won’t want to share a slice, Nomadic’s pies are available at farmers’ markets, local festivals and its Chester County shop. Varieties range from classic fruit (blueberry, mixed berry, apple) to the more avant-garde Asian pear maple-ginger.

From 2013: Molly Johnston's farm-to-truck bakery specializes in a "dangerously delicious" range of sweet and savory options, from Asian pear maple ginger, to apple cranberry, to pulled-pork barbecue, to steak, mushroom, onion and Gruyère. Share a warmed-up slab of pecan pie, or claim a slice of sausage, tomato, and fennel just for yourself.

Best of the Main Line

Best Savory Pies (Critics, 2016)

Best Pies (Critics', 2015)

 Best Pies (Critics, 2014)

 Best Pies (Critics', 2013)

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From the Main Line Today Archive: http://www.mainlinetoday.com/Main-Line-Today/Best-Of
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