Fishel’s Moravian Chicken Pies

Fishel's Moravian Chicken Pies, Grassy Creek, North Carolina

Fishel’s Moravian Chicken Pies • Made from scratch, by hand for three generations. We represent the third generation to continue making the same delicious pies that got their start in the late 1940s. Our recipe holds true to the Moravian tradition by using the entire chicken with hand rolled crust. Each pie is made completely by hand, one at a time, with special care and attention.

"I am a full time OB nurse, mommy, and wife and part time poultry farmer. We live on a farm beside a creek in the mountains of NC – the closest to heaven you can get! My husband Todd started O’Henry Farms. We now grow a small amount of organic vegetables and keep a flock of 100 free-range laying hens. My obsession with poultry began when Todd and I started dating. He fixed my coop up as a gift, and has regretted it ever since. We now have 7 different breeds. My goal is to raise a variety or rare and heritage breeds. We believe in having happy chickens and want to ensure that our poultry always have adequate access to fresh air, sunshine, grass, and know what a worm tastes like! My miracle, Henry, is 3. He shares my love for animals and the outdoors. He gives the best hugs and has a laugh that chases away even the darkest clouds! My husband Todd and I now operate "Fishel’s Moravian Chicken Pies”, a 3rd generation business." ~ Maggie Fishel McNeill

Our pies come in two sizes. The original comes in a nine inch deep dish pan and weighs approximately three pounds. We have recently started taking special orders for small pies in a five inch pan that weigh around one pound. Our original pie serves six people and the small is perfect for one or two people.Our pies come in two sizes. The original comes in a nine inch deep dish pan and weighs approximately three pounds. We have recently started taking special orders for small pies in a five inch pan that weigh around one pound. Our original pie serves six people and the small is perfect for one or two people.
Our pies come in two sizes. The original comes in a nine inch deep dish pan and weighs approximately three pounds. We have recently started taking special orders for small pies in a five inch pan that weigh around one pound. Our original pie serves six people and the small is perfect for one or two people.

Our pies can be found at a number of locations. All pies come frozen and go straight into the oven from the freezer. No thawing, no mess, just a simple, delicious meal for you, family and friends!
Watauga County Farmer’s Market, Boone, NC
Blowing Rock Farmer’s Market, Blowing Rock, NC
Clemmon’s Produce, Banner Elk, NC
Maw’s Produce, Foscoe, NC
Veggies, Fruits & More, Boone, NC
Boone United Methodist Church Fall Bazaar, Boone, NC
Mother Nature’s Produce, Blowing Rock, NC
Hillbilly Produce Market, Charlotte, NC
Climbing the Walls, Gastonia, NC
The Old Store Produce, Huntersville, NC
Blue Ridge Farmer’s Market, Jefferson, NC
The Vegetable Patch, Millers Creek, NC
McLaughlin’s Farmhouse, Mooresville, NC
Pro Stop Store and Deli, Roaring Gap, NC
Twin Oaks General Store, Sparta, NC
Mast General Store, Valle Crucis, NC
The Ashe County Cheese Store, West Jefferson, NC
Let It Grow Produce, Winston-Salem, NC
And, as always, pies are available at the kitchen if you happen to be in our neck of the woods! 1850 Big Helton Road, Grassy Creek, North Carolina 28631

"For over five centuries the Moravian Church has proclaimed the gospel in all parts of the world. Its influence has far exceeded its numbers as it has cooperated with Christians on every continent and has been a visible part of the Body of Christ, the Church.
"For over five centuries the Moravian Church has proclaimed the gospel in all parts of the world. Its influence has far exceeded its numbers as it has cooperated with Christians on every continent and has been a visible part of the Body of Christ, the Church. Proud of its heritage and firm in its faith, the Moravian Church ministers to the needs of people wherever they are. The name Moravian identifies the fact that this historic church had its origin in ancient Bohemia and Moravia in what is the present-day Czech Republic.
Bishop Augustus Spangenberg led a party to survey a 100,000 acre tract of land in North Carolina, which came to be known as Wachau after an Austrian estate of Count Zinzendorf. The name, later anglicized to Wachovia, became the center of growth for the church in that region. Bethabara, Bethania and Salem (now Winston-Salem) were the first Moravian settlements in North Carolina."

Made from scratch, by hand for three generations.
For More Information
FaceBookwww.facebook.com/pages/Fishels-Moravian-Chicken-Pies/146709120408 
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Phone • 336.384.2353 & 336.501.2980
E-Mailtoddamcneill@gmail.com & mom2henry@gmail.com

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