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It's pie--all grown up!Pomegranate. Fresh figs. Sea salt.Forget apples and blueberries. Today's trendy ingredients are unique, modern, and indulgent--and now you can find them in the pie plate in your kitchen! With more than 100 sweet and savory pie recipes--and extra recipes for crusts and toppings--Not-So-Humble Pies uses these fresh flavors to turn a simple dessert intoIt's pie--all grown up!Pomegranate. Fresh figs. Sea salt.Forget apples and blueberries. Today's trendy ingredients are unique, modern, and indulgent--and now you can find them in the pie plate in your kitchen! With more than 100 sweet and savory pie recipes--and extra recipes for crusts and toppings--Not-So-Humble Pies uses these fresh flavors to turn a simple dessert into something deliciously sophisticated. And these dressed-up pies look as good as they taste, so get ready to serve up a slice of the following:Blood Orange Curd PieCardamom and Saffron Chiffon PieApple, Brie, and Bacon TartChocolate Acai Chiffon PiePear Gorgonzola TartWith these mouthwatering recipes--and impressive ingredients--it's as easy as pie to turn modest standbys into not-so-humble standouts.As featured on RecipeGirl!...

Title : Not-So-Humble Pies: An iconic dessert, all dressed up
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ISBN : 9781440532917
Format Type : Hardcover
Number of Pages : 192 Pages
Status : Available For Download
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Not-So-Humble Pies: An iconic dessert, all dressed up Reviews

  • Shala Kerrigan
    2018-10-18 15:25

    My family is full of pie lovers. Savory or sweet, full size, mini or hand pies, we like pie.This cookbook by Kelly Jaggers is full of pie recipes. This is a classic style cookbook, while there are some gorgeous color photos, most of the pages are used for recipes. Instead of having 50 recipes all shown in full page photos, this book has over 120 recipes. A lot of dessert pies, but there is a great chapter on dinner type pies.It starts like all good pie books should with the basics. The first chapter, pie crusts, offers tons of options. Pastry type crusts like the perfect flaky crust, butter crusts and options like a buttery, spicy cheese crust. Cookie type crusts include gingersnaps, pretzels. There are also shortbread type crusts which fall right between the two using a cookie type recipe to make a crust for a pie. The second chapter covers toppings, classic crumb toppings, meringue, stabilized whipped cream, and sauces.Creams, Custards and Chiffons.-Nothing as simple as a chocolate cream pie, these are things like cantaloupe cream, vanilla rum meringue and for people who prefer a more traditional flavor profile, white chocolate chiffon. I tried the Orange and Dark Chocolate Cheese pie which has a silky rich texture from cream cheese and a strong orange flavor from reduced orange juice.Fruits, Nuts and Berries- Based on classic recipes, these up the gourmet and wow factor, an apple pie gets a savory cheddar crust to contrast the sweetness of the apples, peach and ginger combine in a hand pie perfect for picnics. I haven't tried any of these recipes yet, but I'm looking forward to making the Strawberry Silk Pie with strawberries from my garden.Tarts, Tartlets and Rustic Pies- These are the "dressed up for guests" dessert pies. Fine ingredients, flavors and textures like apple rose, white chocolate ganache and praline cream.Dinner Pies- The savory flavors that make a main course. There are lots of tarts in this chapter as well that would work well as a side dish like the spinach and artichoke tart. Lots of cheese based tarts and pies as well. I recommend the smoked salmon and dill recipe.Spicy, Salty and Exotic Pies- This was my daughter's favorite chapter, she's got it all marked up with sticky notes to remind her which ones she wants to make first. All the chapters have exotic pies that put twists on familiar favorites. This chapter ups the ante by adding chilis, spice and salt to classics. My favorite is the salted chocolate meringue pie with it's chocolate custard base, light fluffy meringue and salt to set off all the flavors nicely.[I received a complimentary copy of the book to review on my craft blog- Don't Eat the Paste. My reviews are always my honest opinion]

  • Fredrick Danysh
    2018-10-15 18:00

    Gives recipes for making a variety of pie crusts. There are numerous recipes for pies and tarts including some non-traditional ones. The instructions are easy to follow.

  • Michele
    2018-11-09 17:01

    Yummy, yum, yum!!!