The Totally Pies Cookbook

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Ten Speed Press, 1998 - Cooking - 96 pages
It?s the ever popular, never humble pie. Fabulously flaky, famously festive, filled with every flavor from key lime to coconut, raspberry to rhubarb, peach to pear to plum to pumpkin, pies never fail to please. Some have crumbly crusts, some are topped with nuts, some are served piping hot, some scream for ice cream on top. Whether sweet or savory, warm or chilled, we promise you?ll wanna eat ?em, not throw ?em.

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Its okay. The book is so small it fits in your hand. So small it wont lay open while working a recipe. It has good recipes for basic pies and that to me is the best value of the book. Read full review

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About the author (1998)

Los Angeles food writer Helene Siegel has written more than 40 cookbooks for a variety of tastes, including the Food Network's Too Hot Tamales, Pure Chocolate, and the bestselling Totally Cookbook series.

Karen Gillingham is the author of Totally Garlic Cookbook, Totally Eggplant Cookbook, Totally Crab Cookbook, Totally Pizza Cookbook, Totally Corn Cookbook, and many other books.

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