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Black Pie Maker Popularizes Coconut Pie

Posted by Admin On December - 3 - 2013

Move over sweet potato: Coconut pie popularity is on the rise

New York, NY (BlackNews.com) — Life is about possibilities; remixing old tradition and offering a dose of love in the name of scrumptious coconut pie. Meet Russell Dilligard (www.russelldilligardscoconutpie.com), television/film actor; songwriter; and now in-demand pie maker. His coconut pie is positioned to become the next must-have dessert sensation, prepared to rival sweet potato, red velvet and apple pie as the go-to dessert and holiday staple.

Dilligard’s pie is made from coconut – rich in antioxidant properties: 100% from scratch, no fillers, no custard – simply a soft buttery crust, fabulously flaky, exotic coconut, hint of citrus, super moist and sweet for the discriminating coconut lover. Dilligard says, “Once you’ve tasted my coconut pie you will say it’s the best you’ve ever had. Not only is it made with the finest ingredients, it’s made absolutely with love to melt your heart, warm your soul and reasonably priced at $35.”

Dilligard has been a foodie all his life and cooking since he was a teenager. It began as part of a family ritual, enjoying the soul-enticing flavors of traditional southern recipes handed down from generation to generation. Sunday dinners, holiday meals and desserts were a big deal growing up in the Fort Greene Housing projects in Brooklyn, NY. Dilligard knew that life was bigger than a concrete jungle and if his acting career ever stalled, he would simply pivot to his entrepreneurial passion and start baking coconut pies. After enjoying moderate success acting, jobs were far and few, however, the demand for homemade coconut pie were growing.

A passion for baking, his momma’s coconut pie recipe remixed has made Russell Dilligard the go-to pie maker with stellar reviews: “I finished the whole pie in less than 2 days and it was simply amazing and yummy,” says Giovanna Aguilar, Writer/Producer/Director. Samantha Taylor laughs, “I can’t begin to tell you how much I love coconut, and this pie is good.”

Dilligard has turned his passion into a culinary experience and is ready to share his coconut pie with pie lovers around the country. Move over sweet potato, coconut pie is here to stay.

To schedule an interview with Russell Dilligard and order the ‘best you’ve ever tasted’ coconut pie, visit the website: www.russelldilligardscoconutpie.com, 800-304-5772 and contact@russelldilligardscoconutpie.com.

To follow on social media: www.facebook.com/RussellDilligardsCoconutPie and @RDcoconutpie on Twitter.

Russell Dilligard’s tips for selecting the ultimate dessert this holiday season:

1) Know your pies. Select a pie with the finest natural ingredients made from scratch and love
2) Be Healthy. Coconut is an antioxidant which can increase metabolism, ward of germs and build cells
3) Keep it simple. Each pie is homemade and handmade with no after taste from being factory produced
4) Purchase today. Sample a slice of pie heaven today with Russell Dilligards’ mouthwatering coconut pie at www.russelldilligardscoconutpie.com

Photo Caption: Russell Dilligard,  Go-to pie maker with stellar reviews

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