Here are some problems with pie crusts and their solutions: ✓ Tough pie crust:
Too much flour, too much handling, and not enough fat make a tough pie crust.
Follow recipes exactly, measure carefully and accurately, and don't handle the ...
Author: McFadden Layton
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
Provides information on baking gluten-free foods, including recipes for such items as gluten-free brownies and pancakes.
Chapter 1: PIES AND TARTS Pastry flour is the best choice for pie dough and pastry crust. You can find whole wheat, ... Do not use "diet" margarines for pie crust, as they will produce an undesirable texture. At the time of this writing, we
Author: Nancy Berkoff
Publisher: The Vegetarian Resource Group
A festive and creative collection of not only vegan recipes but tips to make your party a success from start to finish!
Mealy dough is quite delicious in its own right, so if you make it by accident, don't
worry. Serve it with a smile and try for flaky another day. In the panoply of the
home baker's repertoire, flaky pie crust is the Holy Grail, so let's explore it further.
Author: Cindy Mushet
Publisher: Andrews McMeel Publishing
Presents a collection of recipes for a variety of baked goods along with information on equipment, ingredients, and baking methods.
Pie Crusts see also Pies The ingredient list is simple enough : flour , fat , salt ,
and water . It's the handling of those ingredients that can make a pie crust tough
and chewy or tender , flaky , and rich with flavor . Don't be confused by
Author: David Joachim
More than 5,000 brilliant tips on buying, storing and preparing food; boosting flavor; cooking healthfully; saving time; rescuing failed recipes; and much more.
Delicious Recipes for Seasoned Meats, Vegetables and Cheeses Baked in
Perfectly Flaky Pie Crusts Greg Henry. cupcake liners on ... Make sure the dough
is well-chilled, but don't be afraid to let it sit for a few moments. Punch your thumb
Author: Greg Henry
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
MAKE IT AMAZING! MAKE IT PIE! Start with your favorite foods. Add zesty spices. Bake inside a buttery, flaky crust. Serve and enjoy your creative, delicious dish, including: • Tomato Caprese Tart • Braised Short Rib Shepherd’s Pie • Chicken Pot Pie • Asiago Mac ‘n’ Cheese Pie • Duck Confit Taquito Pies • Jerk-Spiced Caribbean Meat Patties • Bite-Size Beef Wellingtons • Chickpea Samosas with Spicy Mint Sauce • Sweet Potato Tarte Tatin • Crawfish & Corn Turnovers • Chicken & Pistachio Phyllo Triangles • Garlic and Rosemary Pizzettes • Sausage and Red Pepper Polenta Cobbler • Panang Vegetable Curry Pot Pies Rustic or elegant, pies draw people to the table. Savory Pies is a diverse collection, packed with flavors from around the world. . From comforting classics and innovative pastries to delectable hand pies and eye-popping creations this book presents a treasure-trove of gourmet recipes. Featuring stunning full-color photos, complete step-by-step directions, and techniques for the perfect crust every time, Savory Pies shows that making mouthwatering meals sure to please any palate is as easy as pie.
Transfer to an ungreased pie pan or cookie tin. Prick the top surface of the
turnover 3 times with a fork (but do not stick through to the bottom). Bake in a ... (
From pie crust dough) Roll pie crust as thin as possible on a floured board. I like
best to ...
Author: Marion Flexner
Publisher: University Press of Kentucky
Down-home Southern cooking is as much a part of Kentucky's heritage as fine horses or bourbon whiskey. Louisville's own Marion Flexner gathers Kentucky's best cuisine in Out of Kentucky Kitchens. Known as a skilled hand in the kitchen, Flexner compiled delicious and thoroughly tested recipes of Kentucky specialties, such as the Chocolate Almond Torte, Tombstone Pudding, and the Real Hot Brown. Colorful anecdotes, spanning 100 years of famous Kentuckians, the best hostesses, and cooks, bring this collection of the best Kentucky fare to life. Originally published in 1949, the reissue of this Kentucky classic gives generations of cooks access once again to a regional culinary guide that is a delight to use and read.
I don't recommend living in pie heaven in this lifetime, but make sure that you put
pie on the menu often—you'll get a little taste of pie heaven! ... I'm not going to
ask you to make your piecrusts from scratch—after all, I usually don't myself!
Author: JoAnna M. Lund
Take the "Sin" out of Cinnamon Rolls! From fresh-baked bread and biscuits hot from the oven, finger-licking pies and decadently sweet cobblers to heavenly coffeecakes, sinful cheesecakes, and gooey chocolate chip cookies, JoAnna Lund has accomplished the impossible using Splenda® No Calorie Sweetener. Whether it's her Peanut Butter Cup Cookies, Blueberry Crumble Pie or Cappuccino Cheesecake, JoAnna's more than 200 baked goods and desserts are as quick and easy to whip up as they are low in sugar, carbs, and fat. This all-new collection also features: Baking Plus! Recipes for sauces, glazes and toppings Special section of recipes using Splenda® Sugar Blend for Baking Cooking and baking secrets and tips to get the best results with the least calories and fat Best bet recipes for your bread machine
Sweet and Savory Recipes for Flaky Crusts, Toppers, and the Things in Between
Millicent Souris. Thinly slice the garlic ... Do not trim the edges, Put the filling in
the pie, then lift the rough edges of the crust over the filling. You don't have to trim
Author: Millicent Souris
Whether you want to try your hand at Apple Pie or Chicken Fat and Pea Pie, How to Build a Better Pie will provide everything you need to know. Learn the skills, practice the techniques, master the recipes, and build yourself a better pie. Inside, author Millicent Souris shows you: —Solid foundations: how to make and roll out the crust, including a basic crust and alternative crusts such as crumble, shortbread, and cheddar cheese —The practical equipment basics and essential pie-making tips that you really need —The methods behind a lattice and a full top crust, and how to tell which one to use —Fruit pies, from Rhubarb Pie to Cherry Pie to Apricot Tomatillo Pie, and beyond —Staple pies, including Walnut Maple Pie, Corn Buttermilk Pie, and Chocolate Olive Oil Pie —Savory pies, such as Oyster Pie, Lamb Pie, and Chicken Pot Pie —How to go small: hand pies, turnovers, and galettes
If you don't have enough of any given ingredient, make a list. Buying or creating
enough shells for estimated number of pies Also before starting on your baking
project, you'll want to be sure you have enough pie shells. As mentioned earlier ...
Author: Ms. Marilynn Dawson
Publisher: Ms. Marilynn Dawson
Most people have that go-to recipe that they use consistently. This is the one people keep coming to you asking for more. Let me introduce you to the recipe that I use, the one that gets the rave reviews and that people, including my daughter's friends, regularly ask for. From picking out the best pumpkin to preparing it for use in your best holiday pie yet, this little ebook walks you through every step of the way! BYOC! (Bring your own crust)
I don't put sugar in mine, I find the crackers are sufficiently sweet, especially if you
use the honey grahams or ... CRUST. These ingredients can be used to make a
quick and delicious pie crust and this recipe is very versatile. Don 't limit ...
Author: Phyllis Watts
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
New book presents scrumptious recipes and the memories that are carved out of it Author, Phyllis Watts, invites readers to tap the inner chef in them as she unleashes a scrumptious collection of mouthwatering recipes, as well as the memories and the people who made these foods even more delicious. In Where Food And People Meet, she shares her personal stories of foods as she offers a variety of easy-to-prepare recipes that are perfect for all kinds of occasions. Using experiences through her travel in forty-nine states and most of Canada, Watts shares her expanded knowledge about both people and food with everyday folk. A beguiling book of recipes, Where Food And People Meet contains her very own recipes, ones that are handed to her, and those that are adopted as family favorites. It includes contemporary and classic favorites that are featured with additions or suggestions to rework them. Readers of this release will be enticed to try their hands on fun refreshments such as Bloody Mary and Mocha Banana Smoothie, and learn how to prepare exciting snacks that are also great for gifts like Chocolate Biscotti and Frosted Whoopie Pies. Broccoli Soup, Waldorf Salad, Beef Yankee Pot Roast, and Sauerbraten Slow Cooked are just a few of the many sophisticated recipes that are made easy.
There are classic recipes for apple, pumpkin, blueberry, and walnut pies that
would make June Cleaver proud. But if you don't own a rolling pin, don't despair.
Take a look at the recipes for cobblers, crisps, betties, and crumb-crust tarts and pies at the end of the chapter, none of which require that you roll out dough.
Author: Lauren Chattman
These 200 recipes are for today's busy mom that produce the highest quality of baked goods with the least amount of fuss. 90 illustrations.
Makes one 9inch pie shell 1 cup (5 ounces) allpurpose flour 21/2 tablespoons
sugar 1/4 teaspoon salt 1/3 cup nonhydrogenated vegan margarine ... Do not
overmix or overknead the dough; the pie crust will be tough if you work it too long.
Author: Doron Petersan
A Food Network Cupcake Wars winner shares her scrumptious recipes in a new cookbook that has vegans and omnivores alike clamoring for more. When Sticky Fingers Sweets & Eats opened in 2002, it instantly became one of the most popular bakeries in D.C.-a bakery that just happens to be vegan. Soon, Sticky Fingers was voted D.C.'s best bakery by The Washington City Paper, and chef Doron Petersan found herself beating out traditional bakers on the Food Network's Cupcake Wars. Sticky Fingers' Sweets is packed with one hundred of her beloved recipes- from indulgent snacks like Fudgetastic Brownies and Oatmeal Raisin Cookies to breakfast treats like Pecan Spice Coffee Cake and Cranberry Ginger Scones, and from celebratory desserts like Chocolate Seltzer Cake and Red Velvet Cupcakes to Sticky Fingers' most popular sweets- Little Devils, Cowvins, and Sticky Buns. Petersan also includes "love bite" nutritional tips and valuable tricks-of-the- trade techniques that every home baker will appreciate. The number of people embracing a vegan lifestyle continues to grow. Like Erin McKenna's BabyCakes and Isa Chandra Moskowitz's bestselling cookbooks, Sticky Fingers' Sweets and Petersan's delectable-and secretly healthy-recipes will be greeted enthusiastically by anyone and everyone who loves to bake.
Author: Harriet Beecher StowePublish On: 1998-03-05
Now, don't ye think dat de Lord must have meant me to make de pie-crust, and
you to stay in de parlor? Dar! I was jist so sarcy, Mas'r George.” “And what did
mother say?” said George. “Say?—why, she kinder larfed in her eyes—dem great
Author: Harriet Beecher Stowe
Publisher: OUP Oxford
`So you're the little woman who wrote the book that started this great war!' These words, said to have been uttered by Abraham Lincoln, signal the celebrity of Uncle Tom's Cabin. The first American novel to become an international best-seller, Stowe's novel charts the progress from slavery to freedom of fugitives who escape the chains of American chattel slavery, and of a martyr who transcends all earthly ties. At the middle of the nineteenth-century, the names of its characters - Little Eva, Topsy, Uncle Tom - were renowned. A hundred years later, `Uncle Tom' still had meaning, but, to Blacks everywhere it had become a curse. This edition firmly locates Uncle Tom's Cabin within the context of African-American writing, the issues of race and the role of women. Its appendices include the most important contemporary African-American literary responses to the glorification of Uncle Tom's Christian resignation as well as excerpts from popular slave narratives, quoted by Stowe in her justification of the dramatization of slavery, Key to Uncles Tom's Cabin. ABOUT THE SERIES: For over 100 years Oxford World's Classics has made available the widest range of literature from around the globe. Each affordable volume reflects Oxford's commitment to scholarship, providing the most accurate text plus a wealth of other valuable features, including expert introductions by leading authorities, helpful notes to clarify the text, up-to-date bibliographies for further study, and much more.
Even if you get pretty good at one thing—l lucked into a terrific, never-fail pie crust
recipe—your old pal will feel it's her duty to make sure you don't drop the ball.
One Thanksgiving I offered to make two pies, a mincemeat and a pumpkin.
Author: Larry McCoy
Publisher: Sunstone Press
Recent retirees have a lot of adjustments to make, and we’re not talking only pant size here. This entertaining book on aging offers hilarious suggestions for handling some of life’s more daunting challenges--from prostate cancer to keeping fit, from overly complicated TV remotes to night driving. (McCoy wonders if other drivers in their 70s always see trees in the middle of the road after dark.) The author finds an amusing side to the problems of aging in this perceptive, on-the-mark collection of witty essays. There ARE ways of coping with growing older. As he points out, you don’t have much choice in the matter, so you might as well enjoy it. Humor pieces by McCoy have appeared in numerous newspapers, including at least two that are no longer in business. He would like to think there was no connection between their demise and his writing. “Did I Really Change My Underwear Every Day?” is his first published book. He worked for more than 45 years as a news writer, editor, producer and manager in Chicago, Munich and New York. Many younger journalists have told him how much they learned watching him handle big stories. Even if they didn’t mean it, he enjoyed hearing it. A native of Frankfort, Indiana, McCoy is a graduate of Indiana University as is his wife, Irene, a retired copywriter and publicist. They live on Long Island in New York.
Before filling pie shells to be baked , brush with soft margarine or lightly beaten
egg white to lessen absorption of liquids . ... Pies are best served the day they are
baked , especially custard or cream pies as they do not freeze very well .
Apple Rhuberry Pie Homemade freezer jam adds really fresh flavor . Boiling
water 2 cups dried rhubarb slices Flaky Pie Crust , see below 2 cups dried apple
slices 1/2 cup homemade ... Do not stretch dough as this causes shrinkage .
Author: Deanna DeLong
Instructions for building an electric, solar, or air-flow dehydrator accompany a variety of recipes using dried foods and techniques for drying fruits, vegetables, herbs and spices, nuts and seeds, meat, and fish
Be sure to thaw pies before baking. Pie shells may be frozen baked or unbaked.
Pies may be made and frozen in regular pie plates or special paper baking plates
, but if baked, be sure to cool first. Do not slit the top crust of unbaked pies.
Author: Duncan Hines
Publisher: University Press of Kentucky
Kentucky native and national tastemaker Duncan Hines (1880--1959) published his first cookbook, Adventures in Good Cooking, in 1939 at the age of 59. This best-selling collection featured recipes from select restaurants across the country as well as crowd-pleasing family favorites, and it helped to raise the standard for home cooking in America. Following the success of this debut, Hines penned The Dessert Book in 1955. Filled with decadent treats, from homemade ice cream royale to fried apple pie to praline fudge frosting, this book inspired the recipes for the earliest boxed cake mixes and baked goods that carried the Duncan Hines name. Featuring a new introduction by Hines biographer Louis Hatchett, this classic cookbook serves up a satisfying slice of twentieth-century Americana, direct from the kitchen of one of the nation's most trusted names in food. Now a new generation of cooks can enjoy and share these delectable dishes with family and friends.
In This Chapter •Tipsfor making perfect piecrusts • Instructions for rollinga piecrust •Single and double crusted ... You don't need a lot of fancy ingredients
and equipment to make piecrusts, but some things will yield better results and
Author: Donna Diegel
The bible for vegan baking. Once thought to be tasteless and heavy, vegan baked goods have exploded in popularity with the help of such expert bakers as Donna Diegel, who have created wonderfully light and flavorful breads and desserts. Here, Donna delivers more than 120 amazing recipes including breakfast cakes and muffins, yeast breads and dinner rolls, cakes, pies, cupcakes, cookies, brownies, and more. ? 120 delicious vegan recipes ? Detailed discussion about food substitutions
I Just Love That Possum Pie Time: The Present Place: Telecast of the Filsbury
60th Annual Bake-Off at the Cow Palace in San ... various participants Eartha Kitt:
Welcome contestants to the 60th Annual Bake-Off. How do you like my Versace
scarf-dress? ... With Filsbury's pie crust and 12 cups of sugar, the pie virtually
makes itself. I don't know what I would do if I didn't have Filsbury's wonderful