Pies: Sweet and Savory

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Dorling Kindersley, 2013 - Cooking - 352 pages
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From traditional apple and cherry pies to trendy mini-meat creations, Pies: Sweet and Savory provides everything needed to produce tasty creations.

Broken down by key ingredients, Pies: Sweet and Savory helps choose the "pie of the day" according to what's in season and what's lurking in the fridge and then shares a wealth of step-by-step instructions for producing the best results.

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About the author (2013)

Jane Bamforth, consulting editor, trained as a home economist and then as a journalist. She has worked as a sub-editor for Good Housekeeping, BBC Good Food and Woman and Home, and as a deputy chief sub-editor on Prima and chief sub-editor on Essentials. Jane now works as a food consultant for Waitrose. She is also a freelance writer and editor and has worked on an extensive range of cookbooks, including titles by TV chefs Gary Rhodes and James Martin, and on subjects ranging from organic and world cooking, to baby food and healthy eating for pregnancy. In this volume she has brought together a definitive collection of low-fat Thai recipes from an expert team of cooks.

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