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The Pie and Pastry Bible

Simon & Schuster

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The Pie and Pastry Bible

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Author(s):

Rose Levy Beranbaum

Format:

hardcover

Page count:

704

Size:

10.3" x 7.2" x 2”

ISBN:

978-0684813486

Why We Love This

Precision is the trademark style of food columnist Rose Levy Beranbaum, who here demystifies the art (and science) of pie and pastry making. Exacting instructions in this compendium of sweet and savory how-tos (how to achieve the flakiest pie crust, shape and bake croissants, apply decorative techniques, etc.) may open new doors for daunted home bakers and dessert dabblers while offering serious amateurs an additional resource for creative inspiration.

Why We Love This

Precision is the trademark style of food columnist Rose Levy Beranbaum, who here demystifies the art (and science) of pie and pastry making. Exacting instructions in this compendium of sweet and savory how-tos (how to achieve the flakiest pie crust, shape and bake croissants, apply decorative techniques, etc.) may open new doors for daunted home bakers and dessert dabblers while offering serious amateurs an additional resource for creative inspiration.