“My mission is to show the world that not only can pies go head-to-head against the poshest wedding cakes and fancy-pants desserts on the most discerning buffet tables of the world, but that they can be fun and easy to pull off too!” Clark-Bojin said on her website.
She showed how she made a holiday raspberry Baby Yoda pie in one post. Clark-Bojin carved a detailed rendering of Baby Yoda sipping a mug of cocoa and wearing a Christmas hat into the crust. It looked like flakey, fruity heaven and almost too cute to eat.
Despite her skillful hand, Clark-Bojin couldn’t bake as recently as 2016.
“I was not a kitchen person by any stretch of the imagination,” Clark-Bojin told CBC Arts. “I’ve literally burned Ichiban.”
“I thought, ‘This is strange. Surely other people have done things like this before,'” Clark-Bojin told CBC Arts.
“Nothing brings joy more than spreading joy to other people and reading letters and posts from bakers telling me I encouraged them to try something new and find a new passion is what gets me out of bed in the morning,” Clark-Bojin told Buzzfeed.
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