Southern Pies: A Gracious Plenty of Pie Recipes, From Lemon Chess to Chocolate Pecan

Southern Pies A Gracious Plenty of Pie Recipes From Lemon Chess to Chocolate Pecan Ask any pie lover the words southern and pie go together like ripe fruit and flaky pastry And behind all the mouthwatering light as a cloud meringue peaks and the sticky dark butterscotch fillings li

  • Title: Southern Pies: A Gracious Plenty of Pie Recipes, From Lemon Chess to Chocolate Pecan
  • Author: Nancie McDermott
  • ISBN: 9780811869928
  • Page: 330
  • Format: Paperback
  • Southern Pies: A Gracious Plenty of Pie Recipes, From Lemon Chess to Chocolate Pecan

    Ask any pie lover the words southern and pie go together like ripe fruit and flaky pastry And behind all the mouthwatering, light as a cloud meringue peaks and the sticky dark butterscotch fillings lies a rich and delicious history In Southern Pies, some of the South s most famous bakers share recipes for 70 pies Perfect for bakers of all skill levels, these pies arAsk any pie lover the words southern and pie go together like ripe fruit and flaky pastry And behind all the mouthwatering, light as a cloud meringue peaks and the sticky dark butterscotch fillings lies a rich and delicious history In Southern Pies, some of the South s most famous bakers share recipes for 70 pies Perfect for bakers of all skill levels, these pies are made with simple, easy to find, and gloriously few ingredients Featuring such classics as Sweet Tea Pie and New Orleans Creole Coconut Pie, this tasty homage will fill everyone at the table with Southern hospitality.

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    One thought on “Southern Pies: A Gracious Plenty of Pie Recipes, From Lemon Chess to Chocolate Pecan

    1. Jennifer Stephens

      Every home cook has a few favorite cookbooks. You know the ones. The cookbooks are filled with easy to follow recipes that look amazing and taste even better. Full color photos accompany several of the recipes and much like a good restaurant, you can’t go wrong no matter which item you choose from the offerings. Southern Pies: A Gracious Plenty of Pie Recipes, From Lemon Chess to Chocolate Pecan by Nancie McDermott is just that kind of cookbook.I got interested in recreating authentic southern [...]

    2. Liz

      Ah! Have fallen in instant love with this book--bean pie! fried green tomato pie! sweet tea pie! buttermilk pie!--and again I want to have a large party with lots of food . . . . I bought this for my mother-in-law today and then had to buy one for myself. Review coming soon, I hope!

    3. Whitney

      This is a fantastic, easy to follow cookbook, which is great for me seeing as I'm not the best cook. While I've only made seven of the pies in this collection so far, every one of them has tasted wonderful. Southern Pies includes the classics as well as some more unique regional pies, including a green tomato pie that tasted like apples! I'd highly recommend this book to anyone interested in trying some new recipes. Good for cooks of all skill levels.

    4. Sharon Huether

      A very well organized lay out of the recipes. First all the equipment you'll need for pie baking. Pies popular in the south; many variations of chess pie. Most of the recipes have ingredients that you already have in you pantry. The last part of the book tells you all about pie crusts. Butter, lard, oil and graham cracker crusts. All the pies are beautifully illustrated.

    5. Matt Kruse

      I've made a couple of the pies from this book, and they are great. The only reason it gets four stars instead of five is that some of the instructions are a bit vague (e.g. Peaches and Cream Pie doesn't specify that you need to include the flour and sugar that doesn't stick to the peaches when you coat them, or your cream won't thicken into a custard).

    6. Cate

      So many incredible offerings! I made the pecan pie, not using Karo syrup! Great! And the spiced pear pie looks wonderful, as does the peach sonker and the chocolate angel. Probably need to buy this

    7. Amy

      I checked this out of the library and haven't made any of these pies yet. I plan to purchase this book just based on going through the recipes and the ratings here at GR. These are the pies of my childhood. I didn't realize just how many pies I grew up eating until now.

    8. Autumn

      I love this book dearly. I made two successful pies out of it already. Also, it explained what that white sauce my granny used to pour over the sonker is called. Nancie McDermott, I just want to hug your neck.

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