Pie: 300 Tried-and-True Recipes for Delicious Homemade Pie

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Harvard Common Press, 2004 - Cooking - 656 pages
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The most comprehensive and straightforward book ever written on the topic, Pie is a complete guide to how easy it can be to make perfectly praiseworthy pies. Every recipe has been tested for success and features advice and tips specifically for that pie. Chapters include: "Berry Good Pies," "Rich, Sweet, and Simple: Chess, Buttermilk, and Other Custard Pies," "Personal Pies, Turnovers, and Other Little Pie Treats," and of course, the foundation chapter, "Pie Pastries and Crumb Crusts."

 

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User Review  - auntieknickers - LibraryThing

Sure has a lot of pie recipes, and a lot of opinions on making pie and pastry. For pie crust he gives ways to make it by hand, with a food processor, or with a stand mixer - useful. Read full review

Pie: 300 Tried-and-True Recipes for Delicious Homemade Pie

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Haedrich is the author of more than half a dozen cookbooks with an emphasis on baking. His Apple Pie Perfect featured 100 recipes; his latest features 25 new recipes for that dish alone, along with ... Read full review

Contents

What It Takes to Make the Perfect Pie
1
Pie Pastries and Crumb Crusts
25
A Profusion of Summer Fruit Pies
59
Berry Good Pies
137
Make Mine Apple
195
Cranberry Pear Pumpkin and Other Classic Fall Pies
249
Pecan Pie and Beyond
321
Chess Buttermilk and Other Custard Pies
359
Cream Pies Chiffon Pies and So Much More
451
Inviting Ice Cream and Other Freezer Pies
531
A Pie Potpourri
557
The Final Touch
603
RESOURCES
609
MEASUREMENT EQUIVALENTS
612
INDEX
615
Copyright

Personal Pies Turnovers and Other Little Pie Treats
411

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KEN HAEDRICH, with his four decades of experience as a ""comfort food"" cook, has collaborated with The Old Farmer's Almanac on two books: Comfort Food and Everyday Baking. Author of 13 cookbooks, many from The Harvard Common Press, and winner of the Julia Child Cookbook Award, his recipes, food articles, and tips have brought great food and delicious dishes to millions of people. Ken lives in the Lowcountry of South Carolina, and is the ""dean"" of The Pie Academy found here: thepieacademy.com.

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