The Pie Book

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Dorling Kindersley Limited, Feb 1, 2013 - Cooking - 352 pages

Now in PDF.

The new pie bible to enthuse and satisfy any aspiring home cook

If you constantly crave delicious, home-baked pies then The Pie Book will be your new pie bible. Filled with a stunning range of over 200 fully illustrated pie recipes for every occasion. Providing you with everything you need to produce satisfying, appetising pies that not only look impressive, but taste delicious.

Featuring detailed instructions and a step-by-step section explaining how to create all of the "need-to-know" pastries - savoury and sweet - making the art of pie baking more accessible than ever. Organised by key ingredients so you can choose your "pie of the day" according to what's in season, on offer, or already in your freezer.

Whether you want to whip up an inexpensive, potato-topped fish pie for the whole family or a fabulously decadent sour cherry tart to crown a romantic meal for two, The Pie Book has everything you need to produce the results you want with ease.

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About the author (2013)

Caroline Bretherton has worked in the food industry for the last 17 years. She has worked extensively in television, presenting a wide range of food programmes, and in print media, contributing to,among others, The Times as their family food writer. She has written two books published by DK, The Allotment Cookbook Through the Year and Step-by-Step Baking.

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