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Tuesday Market Pie Contest

  • SARAH GANZHORN<br/>Wiley James, 3, of Northampton, examines an apple tart baked by Abby Rieser during the third annual Tuesday Market Pie Contest in downtown Northampton. The tart won the Most Beautiful Pie prize in the contest, which was a fundraiser for FoodStampsX2.

    SARAH GANZHORN
    Wiley James, 3, of Northampton, examines an apple tart baked by Abby Rieser during the third annual Tuesday Market Pie Contest in downtown Northampton. The tart won the Most Beautiful Pie prize in the contest, which was a fundraiser for FoodStampsX2. Purchase photo reprints »

  • SARAH GANZHORN<br/>State Representative Stephen Kulik, right, judges pie samples with the help of Sarah Buttenwieser, of Northampton, during the third annual Tuesday Market Pie Contest in downtown Northampton. Kulik awarded the Best Pie prize to a raspberry-blackberry pie baked by Anne McGarry.

    SARAH GANZHORN
    State Representative Stephen Kulik, right, judges pie samples with the help of Sarah Buttenwieser, of Northampton, during the third annual Tuesday Market Pie Contest in downtown Northampton. Kulik awarded the Best Pie prize to a raspberry-blackberry pie baked by Anne McGarry. Purchase photo reprints »

  • SARAH GANZHORN<br/>The third annual Tuesday Market Pie Contest, a fundraiser for FoodStampsX2, was held in downtown Northampton during this week's market.

    SARAH GANZHORN
    The third annual Tuesday Market Pie Contest, a fundraiser for FoodStampsX2, was held in downtown Northampton during this week's market. Purchase photo reprints »

  • SARAH GANZHORN<br/>Apple pies, raspberry pies, peach pies, and more line tables at the third annual Tuesday Market Pie Contest in downtown Northampton. The contest, which featured prizes for best pie, best gluten-free pie, best kids' pie, and most beautiful pie, was a fundraiser for FoodStampsX2.

    SARAH GANZHORN
    Apple pies, raspberry pies, peach pies, and more line tables at the third annual Tuesday Market Pie Contest in downtown Northampton. The contest, which featured prizes for best pie, best gluten-free pie, best kids' pie, and most beautiful pie, was a fundraiser for FoodStampsX2. Purchase photo reprints »

  • SARAH GANZHORN<br/>Rich Koloszyc, left, Gareth Buckley, center, and Max Wareham, all members of the Easthampton band The Rambling Kind, perform during the third annual Tuesday Market Pie Contest in downtown Northampton. The contest was a fundraiser for FoodStampsX2.

    SARAH GANZHORN
    Rich Koloszyc, left, Gareth Buckley, center, and Max Wareham, all members of the Easthampton band The Rambling Kind, perform during the third annual Tuesday Market Pie Contest in downtown Northampton. The contest was a fundraiser for FoodStampsX2. Purchase photo reprints »

  • SARAH GANZHORN<br/><br/>Open the hatch<br/><br/>Amelia Tomalin, 2, of Northampton, eats ice cream from Herrell's with help from her parents, Meghan Tomalin and O'Brian Tomalin, during the third annual Tuesday Market Pie Contest in downtown Northampton this week. Local residents, including children, were encouraged to enter their own fruit pies in the contest, which was a fundraiser for a program that enables people who use food stamps at the market to double their value.

    SARAH GANZHORN

    Open the hatch

    Amelia Tomalin, 2, of Northampton, eats ice cream from Herrell's with help from her parents, Meghan Tomalin and O'Brian Tomalin, during the third annual Tuesday Market Pie Contest in downtown Northampton this week. Local residents, including children, were encouraged to enter their own fruit pies in the contest, which was a fundraiser for a program that enables people who use food stamps at the market to double their value. Purchase photo reprints »

  • SARAH GANZHORN<br/>Wiley James, 3, of Northampton, examines an apple tart baked by Abby Rieser during the third annual Tuesday Market Pie Contest in downtown Northampton. The tart won the Most Beautiful Pie prize in the contest, which was a fundraiser for FoodStampsX2.
  • SARAH GANZHORN<br/>State Representative Stephen Kulik, right, judges pie samples with the help of Sarah Buttenwieser, of Northampton, during the third annual Tuesday Market Pie Contest in downtown Northampton. Kulik awarded the Best Pie prize to a raspberry-blackberry pie baked by Anne McGarry.
  • SARAH GANZHORN<br/>The third annual Tuesday Market Pie Contest, a fundraiser for FoodStampsX2, was held in downtown Northampton during this week's market.
  • SARAH GANZHORN<br/>Apple pies, raspberry pies, peach pies, and more line tables at the third annual Tuesday Market Pie Contest in downtown Northampton. The contest, which featured prizes for best pie, best gluten-free pie, best kids' pie, and most beautiful pie, was a fundraiser for FoodStampsX2.
  • SARAH GANZHORN<br/>Rich Koloszyc, left, Gareth Buckley, center, and Max Wareham, all members of the Easthampton band The Rambling Kind, perform during the third annual Tuesday Market Pie Contest in downtown Northampton. The contest was a fundraiser for FoodStampsX2.
  • SARAH GANZHORN<br/><br/>Open the hatch<br/><br/>Amelia Tomalin, 2, of Northampton, eats ice cream from Herrell's with help from her parents, Meghan Tomalin and O'Brian Tomalin, during the third annual Tuesday Market Pie Contest in downtown Northampton this week. Local residents, including children, were encouraged to enter their own fruit pies in the contest, which was a fundraiser for a program that enables people who use food stamps at the market to double their value.
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