Pie Pie Pie

Pie Pie Pie

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Grand Central Pub
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 asPie Pie Pie.

Baker & Taylor
A varied collection of tasty recipes for a host of favorite pies includes such treats as Chess Pie with Cornmeal Crust, Chocolate Tweed Pie with Toasted Coconut Crust, and Deep Dish Berry Pie with Jack's Wheat-Free Pie Dough, accompanied by instruction in foolproof baking methods and other helpful tips. Original. 17,500 first printing. Good Cook Alt.

Blackwell North Amer
Nothing warms a house faster than the aroma of a freshly baked pie. John Phillip Carroll teaches foolproof methods for making delicious down-home favorites. Start with the easiest, tastiest, flakiest crust around, and you'll soon find that pies are pretty simple to make and a welcome addition to any gathering, all year long. One bite of the classic Apple Pie will transport you back to childhood. Or, try something a bit more unusual like the Butterscotch Cream Quince Pie with its spicy gingersnap crust. Slices of tropical Coconut Macadamia Cream Pie or rich and decadent Pecan Pie will quickly disappear into the tummies of your happy guests. Recipes for seven different types of crust plus simple toppings like meringue and chocolate fudge sauce put the icing on the, well, pie.

Hachette Book Group
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.

Publisher: San Francisco, Calif. : Chronicle Books, [2005]
Copyright Date: ©2005
ISBN: 9780811839303
0811839303
Branch Call Number: 641.8652 CARRO
Characteristics: 143 pages : color illustrations ; 21 x 24 cm
Notes: Includes index

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