A Year of Pies: A Seasonal Tour of Home Baked Pies

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Lark Books, 2012 - Cooking - 176 pages
14 Reviews
What's better than pie? How about recipes for 60 delicious pies and tarts from cooking maven Ashley English and top food bloggers like Beatrice Peltre, Aran Goyoaga, and Jessie Oleson? These beautifully photographed seasonal recipes include such delights as a Chocolate & Orange Marmalade Tart in winter, a Strawberry & Rhubarb Ginger Hand Pie in spring, a classic Lattice Top Triple Berry Pie in summer, and Rosemary Bourbon Sweet Potato Pie in autumn. A Basics section offers six piecrust recipes, troubleshooting tips, and advice on selecting seasonal ingredients.   Named one of Booklist's Top Ten Food Books of 2012!

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Review: A Year of Pies: A Seasonal Tour of Home Baked Pies

User Review  - Jessi James - Goodreads

A very fun book! :DI like that it's seasonal, and it has a good amount of savory recipes in addition to sweet. Read full review

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User Review  - Care - Goodreads

Not a perfect cookbook but truly the only one I've actually attempted more than half the recipes it contains. The first two recipes were disasters so my expectations were tempered to say the least ... Read full review

About the author (2012)

Ashley English has earned degrees in holistic nutrition and sociology. She has worked over the years with a number of nonprofit organizations committed to social and agricultural issues, is currently a member of Slow Food USA, and has had a regular column for the popular blog Design*Sponge entitled “Small Measures with Ashley” and another column for Where Women Cook magazine called “Homemade Living.” She is the author of four books in The Homemade Living Series (Canning & Preserving, Keeping Chickens, Keeping Bees, Home Dairy). Ashley has been featured in major publications, including Food & Wine, Delish, Edible Magazines, and Anthology. She has been a repeat guest on Martha Stewart Radio on SiriusFM. She blogs at small-measure.blogspot.com. Ashley lives in Candler, NC.

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