Pie Pie Pie: Easy Homemade Favorites

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Chronicle Books, Mar 3, 2005 - Cooking - 144 pages
Nothing says home sweet home like the aroma of a freshly baked pie. And with the voice of an old friend, author John Phillip Carroll teaches foolproof methods for making the delicious tried-and-true favorites that top every pie lover's list, plus some exciting new flavor sensations. The buttery golden streusel on the Apricot Crumble Pie will give Grandma's a run for her money. For a new twist on an old classic, drop a fork in a chilled slice of Butterscotch Cream Quince Pie with its spicy gingersnap crust. Fudge Brownie Pie takes the cake as a hip new treat for a kid's bithday party. Recipes for seven different types of crust ('cause one just isnt enough) plus simple toppings like meringue and chocolate fudge sauce ensure that each pie is perfect, from bottom to top. Apple or Key Lime, Caramel Custard or Mile-High Strawberrythey're all as easy as Pie Pie Pie.

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Another addition to the recent spate of single-subject cookbooks, this volume takes the trend to a monomaniacal extreme. Offering 60 variations of pies-fruit-filled, cream, custard, chiffon or "candy ... Read full review

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About the author (2005)

John Phillip Carroll is an avid cook and baker. When he is not testing and writing pie recipes, he works on projects for various California marketing boards. He has written for numerous publications, including the Williams-Sonoma catalog. He lives in San F

Tina Rupp is a New York based photographer whose work has appeared in several cookbooks as well as in Food & Wine , Martha Stewart Living , and Real Simple .

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