Pie mistress Shauna Lott has been baking since she was five years old, giving the goods she whips up for Long I Pie a certain maturity. As for pie, her signature dish, Lott cooks hers in cast iron pans, which gives the crust a unique and delicious caramelized effect. Lucky for pie fans eager to get her goods, Lott opened Temple Bakery in January 2016 in Curtis Park, using a shared baking space inside what was once a synagogue. Here, Lott works alongside other bakers and sells the products in Temple Bakery's storefront. Head there to get Long I Pie treats like salted-honey lavender pie, cheddar-thyme biscuits and monster chocolate chip cookies, as well as other tasty options from Black Sheep Bakers and, in the evening, pizza by Eden Myles — co-founder of the space and owner of Five Points Pizza. Just make sure to get there early and take your treats to go; they often sell out well before noon.