A Year of Pies A Seasonal Tour of Home Baked Pies What s better than pie How about recipes for delicious pies and tarts from cooking maven Ashley English and top food bloggers like Beatrice Peltre Aran Goyoaga and Jessie Oleson These beautifully

  • Title: A Year of Pies: A Seasonal Tour of Home Baked Pies
  • Author: Ashley English
  • ISBN: 9781454702863
  • Page: 214
  • Format: Paperback
  • What s better than pie How about recipes for 60 delicious pies and tarts from cooking maven Ashley English and top food bloggers like Beatrice Peltre, Aran Goyoaga, and Jessie Oleson These beautifully photographed seasonal recipes include such delights as a Chocolate Orange Marmalade Tart in winter, a Strawberry Rhubarb Ginger Hand Pie in spring, a classic LaWhat s better than pie How about recipes for 60 delicious pies and tarts from cooking maven Ashley English and top food bloggers like Beatrice Peltre, Aran Goyoaga, and Jessie Oleson These beautifully photographed seasonal recipes include such delights as a Chocolate Orange Marmalade Tart in winter, a Strawberry Rhubarb Ginger Hand Pie in spring, a classic Lattice Top Triple Berry Pie in summer, and Rosemary Bourbon Sweet Potato Pie in autumn A Basics section offers six piecrust recipes, troubleshooting tips, and advice on selecting seasonal ingredients Named one of Booklist s Top Ten Food Books of 2012

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    1. There are several typos in this book as well as pictures that don't match up with the recipe as written, which makes me wary of the recipes. But the recipes themselves are intriguing, and there are about 3 dozen I'm interested in trying. I was impressed by how many savory pies are in this book.

    2. I love Ashley English's work and this book is great-- some of my favorite recipes so far are the Brown Sugar Buttermilk Pie and the Cranberry Mince tart. I took off one star because I had issues with two of the citrus recipes I've tried (and I've tried them both more than once). The filling did not set up in both. But still delicious!

    3. Title: A Year of PiesAuthor: Ashley EnglishGenre: Nonfiction, Cookbook, Seasonal, PiesPlot: I discovered this delicious book at a local library this past summer and checked it out again to prepare for Thanksgiving, even though I don't usually make the pies. Still, who could pass up the wonderful recipes contained in this slim attractive volume?This beautifully laid out book is divided into five categories - the pre-baking stuff about equipment you're need and the standard pie crusts, Spring, Sum [...]

    4. Who doesn't love pies? There are a few recipes that I found very interesting. The combination of winter greens & cornbread? Makes a great quiche!!! Or perhaps if you are a beet & apple lover there is a great recipe named roasted beet & apple pie. Most of these pie recipes seem pretty simple to make once you get the crust out of the way. I personally want to try the salted pecan mini tarts or the Mushroom & Chevre Gallette! I can barely pronounce this one but it looks soooo good! [...]

    5. This book is lovely, and full of scrumptious looking pies. Many look very involved, but some look worth it! My minor annoyances---LOTS of them contain alcohol or coffee (why? they are PIES, not lattes) and there is no nutritional information. Although perhaps that is a good thing--some might have heart-attack-inducing stats. Still, a lovely book and if one wanted to go all out on a showstopper pie, this would be a great place to start!

    6. This is a great cookbook, one I will be ordering soon. A fun, unique blend of how-to for the novice--building basic pie skills, dealing with crustphobia--and some more advanced techniques and flavors.I LOVE the unique flavorsThe limoncello lemon pie and the pumpkin in a gingersnap crust will be appearing soon! One of the other things I enjoy in this (and English's other books) is the input from other bloggers.

    7. some fun ideas in here, and generally nice pie photos. but there were just too many non-pie photos-- photos of the ingredients in said pie. once or twice if it's interesting that's ok, but i don't care about photos of the ingredients-- it would be more interesting to see photos of stuff being mixed together. but i liked that there were sweet and savory recipes and some that i hadn't considered before, so that was enjoyable. i walk away with one or two new ideas.

    8. I was pretty head over heels when a coworker brought in her new copy of A Year of Pies, and went ahead and picked one up for myself. The images are gorgeous and the recipe collection has a nice balance of upgraded classics and more unique additions. Knocked one star for the not so great editing job. I noticed two errors in the first few pages which makes me kinda weary about possible mistakes in the recipes, but I made my first pie last night and it went smoothly and deliciously!

    9. A diverse assortment of sweet and savory pie recipes, arranged seasonally (although I will have to inform my garden that leeks and carrots are considered spring vegetables). Great photography; clear and concise instructions for each recipe. Recipes that sounded particularly interesting are the mushroom and chevre galette on the savory side, and the chocolate, coffee, and orange marmalade tart on the sweet side.

    10. This was ok? There were many recipes with lots of different flavors that look delicious, but. nothing in this book inspired me to have the desire to go and make a pie. I think almost anything in this I would try and probably like. Given the choice between pie and cake I would totally go with the pie. I do not think that I would run out to buy this book, but it is worth a look.

    11. I was disappointed when I reached the last page. It featured innovations on traditional pies (but, refreshingly, without trying too hard or losing the classic quality for novelty). There were also delightfully odd pies (carrot pie?!). Ive already added the book to my wishlist. Oh and Pumpkin Tiramisu Pie will be emerging from my kitchen once I feel the first Autumn chill! Yes.

    12. Not a perfect cookbook but truly the only one I've actually attempted more than half the recipes it contains. The first two recipes were disasters so my expectations were tempered to say the least. But overall, I've come to really love this book and am excited to keep working through the entire list of pies within.

    13. I received this book for Christmas almost 2 years ago, and I've been slowly working my way through it ever since. Not only can I attest that the recipes are varied and interesting, but they are excellent and easy to work through. I recommend going through each recipe and rating it for future use.

    14. This is a fab cookbook if you like every kind of pie. Using the seasonal theme the author does a great job combining savory, sweet and even vegetable pie recipes. Some are quite unique but all of them are mouth watering goodness!

    15. It looks like there are some good recipes in here to try! I look forward to trying some. Directions were well laid out and easy to follow, from what I can tell before actually trying any. The history of pies was a nice touch and interesting to read.

    16. Took several recipes from this one to try out - especailly looking foward to the peach crumble and the berry sonker.

    17. A very fun book! :D I like that it's seasonal, and it has a good amount of savory recipes in addition to sweet.

    18. Wow! That's all I have to say about that! The recipes are amazing, the layout and pictures are perfect, the tips are actually helpful. Beautiful!

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