‘Pie hole’, colloquial for one’s mouth, is believed to have evolved in the USA in the 1980s from the British expression ‘cake hole’ (coined in the mid 20th century). Pie hole refers to a mouth, as in: Shut your pie hole or, in this case: Put less in your pie hole.

The Pie Hole Premise

Firstly, welcome to Pie Hole Blogger. Dietitian blogs are often, and not always unfairly, synonymous with preachy, bland, lengthy articles discussing why everyone should eat their vegetables. Given my enjoyment for reading and reviewing interesting research with a dietetic brain, I will do my best to bring some flare and personality to my writing to ensure it’s not as dry and unpalatable as my dad’s BBQ steak. 

I write how I talk: With a healthy dose of sarcasm, a side of facetious comments and a dollop of hilarity.

You may be wondering why the name “Put Less in Your Pie Hole”? I've previously said ‘no’ to preaching. Instead, here's introducing the straightforward idea, one of my unwavering opinions: Just put less in your pie hole. The premise of the philosophy “put less in your pie hole” is just that: Eat all foods (unless there’s a medical reason not to), just eat them in moderation. Simple, right? Well, that’s the point… that and to see how many times I could shovel in the phrase “put less in your pie hole”.

It's a bit crude, perhaps, but it gets the point across, and that's all I need.
Food is fun. Here's me having fun and cooking with my family