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Tuesday Magic Item – Pan of Perfect Pies

1 June, 2021

Pie!That was quite amazing, Madame Sugarfoot,” said Voddick pushing the now empty plate away.

Gollaon added one to the pile as well.  “Superb.  Among the best I have every had.  You know your pies, madame.”

Madame Sugarfoot smiled.  “Old family recipe and old family cookware.”

“You family is famous in stories and song for their skill with cooking,” said Gollaon.

“As they should be with pies like these,” said Voddick with a firm nod.

Pan of Perfect Pies

These pie pans can come in a variety of types, some metal, some fired clay, some fancy, some plain.  But they all bear and makers mark and some motto involving pies, such as “A perfect pie is a gift of friendship.”

The pie pans are very durable and virtually impossible to damage with heat.  They will never seriously burn their owner, even when pulled directly from a hot oven.

Cooking with them is easy, especially pies, giving a +5 competence bonus to Craft (cook), Profession (chief) or similar skill.

Aura faint abjuration; CL 3th
Slot none; Price 1,300; Weight 1lb
Construction Requirements
Craft Wondrous Item, guidance, resist energy; Cost 650

For D&D 5E:

Wondrous item (pie pan), uncommon

First and second paragraph as above.

Cooking with them is easy, especially pies, giving advantage to appropriate rolls to cook.

Notes: We have a pie just pulled from the oven, leading to such thoughts.  And of course, the Sugarfoot family is renown for their cooking skill across several worlds.

Photo “homemade apple pie” by Phil Denton is licensed under CC BY-SA 2.0.

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