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500 Pies & Tarts: The Only Pies and Tarts Compendium You'll Ever Need (Anglais) Relié – 1 octobre 2007

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Few things in life are as inviting as the smell of a fresh baked pie coming out of the oven. Pies and tarts take on many incarnations; they can contain sweet or savoury fillings, have a top-crust or be open-faced, may be served a la mode or handheld. In this book, you will find all the classics, including apple pie, peach cobbler and Tarte Tartin, as well as more unusual fare, such as pear and almond tart, Jamaican Patties and Epiphany Pie. 500 Pies and Tarts is a comprehensive compendium that will inspire even the most reluctant cook to embrace their inner baker. If you've always wanted to bake a pie but don't know where to start, our detailed recipes will guide you with precision, taking the guesswork out of pastry making and providing useful tips that ensure success each time. For the baker who is looking to expand their repertory, our variations demonstrate just how easily this can be done and offer a wealth of inspiration.

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6 internautes sur 7 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
Skip it! 12 août 2008
Par Stacey Lunsford - Publié sur Amazon.com
I tried a couple of the recipes in the book. The measurements for ingredients were all off. I am a novice pie maker but after two recipes failed to produce, I checked with my more experienced baking friends. The basic crumb crust recipe calls for one cup of crumbs for a 9 inch pie plate. That barely covers the bottom of the plate. My friends confirmed that they would always use 1 1/2 cups of crumbs for a 9 inch pie. Other similar recipes on the Internet I checked also called for 1 1/2 cups. The two pies I tried both produced so much more filling than could fit in the pie plate, I had to dump about half a cup down the drain both times. I didn't try any more recipes because I was sick of wasting time and ingredients.
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Lots of Variety from Traditional to Unique 23 février 2012
Par Books and Chocolate - Publié sur Amazon.com
To be honest, I'd rather have pie than cake for any occasion so I like the idea of a cookbook devoted to pies and tarts. As with the other "500" cookbooks in this series from Sellers Publishing, there are about 100-125 base recipes followed by four or five variations of each to qualify for the number the title promises. There also are lots of great color photographs which is always a plus for a cookbook.

I made one recipe so far from this cookbook and that was the butter tarts, a simple recipe using butter, brown sugar, half and half, and a few other ingredients and it tasted similar to pecan pie without the nuts. I didn't have tart pans so I made it as a regular size pie with good results. I also used my own homemade pie crust that I already had in the freezer so I can't attest to the basic crust recipe the book provides, but based on my experience with making crust, the recipe seems to be pretty standard and I'd have no problem using it in the future. A lot of cooks are intimidated by making pie crusts and if that's the case, just use a ready-made one from the grocery store and enjoy the recipes for fillings this book provides.

I did read through most of the remaining recipes and variations and from what I could see, they seem to be accurate and clear enough but I'm also reading it as someone with reasonable experience who can usually find ways to modify a recipe that isn't. Some of the amounts for crumble toppings and crumb crusts seemed a bit skimpy for the size of pie the recipe makes but I usually make more than what a recipe calls for anyway out of personal preference. My suggestion with those recipes is to double the amount and freeze any left over for next time.

The categories in this cookbook include classics, fruit; cream, custard, and chiffon; meringue, frozen, and chilled; savory, mini pies and tartlets, individual pies and turnovers; cobblers, strudels, and crumble pies; and special-occasion pies. My traditional favorites are included such as apple, cherry, lemon meringue, key lime, and pecan, but there are so many different pies I hope to try: chocolate strata pie (four layers of chocolate!) pear and almond tart, pineapple-mango pie, blueberry-yogurt cream pie, banana and strawberry split pie, chocolate-peanut butter tartlets, nectarine cobbler, and an eggnog chiffon pie that seems a good choice for the holidays. There are also savory recipes for a mushroom tart with gruyere and pine nuts, some quiches, and pot pies that I look forward to trying for main dishes.

I think cooks of any level of expertise will enjoy the recipes and variations provided in this cookbook. The instructions are easy to follow and the ingredients are those that are easily found in most grocery stores.

I received a copy of this book for review from the publisher but the opinion of it is my own and was not solicited, nor was a positive review required.
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Simple, stylish and fun 5 avril 2009
Par H. Rollins - Publié sur Amazon.com
I have several of the "500 ___" books and I they're lots of fun. The recipes are easy and relatively stress-free. They wont rock the culinary world with innovation, but for a quick fun dessert, I enjoy having this book on my shelf. The book is a great size and a great price. There are a lot of options to customize your desserts. Like any cookbook, there is always a learning curve. I've really enjoyed my copy so far. The lime and kiwi tart was outstanding!
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Great start to pies and tarts in an easy to use book 13 mars 2010
Par Lehigh History Student - Publié sur Amazon.com
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The 500 pies and tarts provides 125 recipes for a variety of desserts from everyday use to special occasions. Each of the 125 recipes has four minor variations that tweak the item into a different version by adding a new flavor profile. Overall it is an average cookbook but for those who are skilled in baking like my wife it provides base recipes that can then be used to make their own variations while using this as a widespread springboard and because the recipes are chosen for easy variations they lend themselves to creating your own as well. We have only found a few recipes to be a little vague on the directions but overall have not had too many problems with this book. Overall well recommended for those that are looking for a lot of dessert recipes that can be built on.

I should also note that this has a section on non dessert items like quiche and shepards pie.
All tried and tested? I don't think so..... 25 novembre 2015
Par Francisca - Publié sur Amazon.com
The book I have has a slightly diferente cover but that might be because I have the European version. I had assumed that this book would contain 500 recipes of pies and tarts but that is not the case. There are many recipes, true, but then many recipes are just slight variation on the existing recipes and many recipes don't have a photo, or maybe by far don't have a photo, which I find rather annoying because not only the photo inspires me but it also shows me what the authors mean the finished product should look like. Sometimes I don't follow their suggestion as to how to present a dish but it is always good to see what they made of it. I also have the feeling that many of the variations are just are made up by someone at a desk who was told to come up with more recipes and who just thought that if a recipe was nice with strawberries it would equally be nice with peaches, blueberries, pineapple, etc. How do I know that? First because many are just slight variation, sometimes only making use of other types of pastry they give the recipe of, or just exchanging cinnamon for vanilla, etc, but also because in the savoury recipes, for example, they add ingredients, meaning that you will end up with far too much filling, therefore.. no one tried them out! That is my reason for giving this book three stars. I am not saying that some of the recipes won't be rather nice, or even delicious... what I am saying is that this is shabby editing and I hate that. i much prefer someone like Nigella Lawson, who really tries out the recipes, than some editor who sells books cheap because all the recipes are made up behind a desk. I wouldn't even put it past some of these modern editors to sit down with an existing book, change something to the recipes and publish them as being original ones. We already had fast food, now we also have fast cook books. I am passionate about cooking and about cook books, so I hope one day such things will be re-thought and we will maybe pay a bit more but will buy cook books that will inspire us rather than make us throw ingredients away after wasting our time, frustrated, in the kitchen!
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