Pie School: Lessons in Fruit, Flour & Butter

Pie School Lessons in Fruit Flour Butter Unlock the secret to baking the perfect crust and everything else is easy as pie Seattle literary and culinary darling Kate Lebo shares her recipes for fifty perfect pies Included are apple of course

  • Title: Pie School: Lessons in Fruit, Flour & Butter
  • Author: Kate Lebo Rina Jordan Jenn Elliott Blake
  • ISBN: 9781570619106
  • Page: 338
  • Format: Paperback
  • Unlock the secret to baking the perfect crust, and everything else is easy as pie Seattle literary and culinary darling Kate Lebo shares her recipes for fifty perfect pies Included are apple of course , five ways with rhubarb, lemon chiffon, several blueberry pie variations, galettes, and Learn the tricks to making enviable baked goods and gluten free crust whileUnlock the secret to baking the perfect crust, and everything else is easy as pie Seattle literary and culinary darling Kate Lebo shares her recipes for fifty perfect pies Included are apple of course , five ways with rhubarb, lemon chiffon, several blueberry pie variations, galettes, and Learn the tricks to making enviable baked goods and gluten free crust while enjoying Kate Lebo s wonderfully humorous, thoughtful, and encouraging voice In addition to recipes, Lebo invites readers to ruminate on the social history, the meaning, and the place of pie in the pantheon of favorite foods When you have mastered the art, science and magic of creating the perfect pie in Pie School, everyone will want to be your friend.

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    1. Kate Lebo is a poet, and it shows in this lyrical, yet practical cookbook. The book starts with pie making and crust basics, and then is divided by different categories of fruit pies, winter pies, for when good fresh fruit isn't available (banana cream pie, anyone?) and chiffon pies. I'm a fruit pie baker, so I probably won't delve into those last two sections (and the uncooked eggs--with proper warnings from Lebo--make the chiffon pies a little scary). I'm intrigued by some of the interesting c [...]

    2. Reviews Written byJill Clardy "So many books, so little time." RSS Feed (Redwood City, CA USA)(VINE VOICE) (TOP 1000 REVIEWER) Show: Most recent reviews Most recent commentsPage: 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 | 8 | 9 | 10 | 11-20 pixel Norpro 3077 Wooden Pastry and Pizza Roller Norpro 3077 Wooden Pastry and Pizza Roller Price: $5.98 14 used & new from $4.00 5.0 out of 5 stars Very Useful for Homemade Pizza Dough, February 7, 2015 This review is from: Norpro 3077 Wooden Pastry and Pizza Roller (K [...]

    3. Being new to pie baking, I wanted something that would be a great introduction to the craft. I was not disappointed! Kate Lebo provides great photos and thoroughly describes her suggested techniques to creating the best crusts and fillings. While she knows ingredients like fresh squeezed lemon juice or high fat butter may be the "best", she realizes that not everyone uses them, and says, "That's OK!" She also knows that there are a million variables to baking, including oven temperatures, types [...]

    4. I've never read a cookbook before. I do what most other people do, which is look for the recipe you can make, make the recipe, and then put it back in the kitchen cabinet you hide it in. Like everyone else, I just kind of collect cookbooks to use when I'm having people over or going to a potluck. I got Pie School: Lessons in Fruit, Flour & Butter for Christmas last year and recently opened it for a dinner I was going to. I agreed to make a pie, and I knew I had to make it good. I figured thi [...]

    5. I got this gift from my daughter who loves to bake and her husband who is an excellent chef. The book itself is enjoyable to read I learned a lot about making pies. I can now make perfect crust and a galette to die for. I've made so many great pies since reading this book. Thanks Kate for this great book!!!!!

    6. I keep picking up this book and re-reading! Kate's love of baking and writing= 1 great book to have. Perfect for a wedding or birthday gift. I was afraid of pie crusts, until I read this. Not only does she explain, step by step, how to achieve perfect pie results, but she tells you WHY you need to do it this way. Science, guys! It's all about science! If you read Kate's instructions, you really can't go wrong. Plus, the book is gorgeous. It's one you'll want to keep out on the kitchen counter fo [...]

    7. Maybe you get shy around pastryThere's crumbly, tender, sturdy, delicate, pale, collapsing, powdery, flavorful, rich, and a whole host of negative descriptors--tough, gluey, hard, chewy, bland. Our goal isn't to always make perfectly flaky dough. Our goal is to achieve the adjectives of our choice on purpose.

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