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"The pies we tasted from Four & Twenty Blackbirds were so satisfying and deliriously delicious that they left every other pie we sampled in the dust" --Danny Meyer, CEO, Union Square Hospitality Group


"Emily and Melissa Elsen make pies the way nobody makes pies anymore but everybody used to, which is to say, pies that are buttery and always right for the season and hard to stop eating. It's a score they've decided to share the recipes that put them on the map."-- Frank Falcinelli & Frank Castronovo Chef/Owners of Frankies Spuntino and Prime Meats and authors of Frankies Spuntino Kitchen Companion

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Melissa and Emily Elsen are sisters who were raised in South Dakota and worked in their parents' restaurant. They "have serious pie-making cred having grown up at the dough rolling elbow of their grandma Liz." (New York Magazine).
After pursuing different careers in their early adulthood, they built a business in Brooklyn, originally custom baking pies together in their Brooklyn apartment, and eventually opening 4 & 20 Blackbirds Cafe, which has been featured in The New York Times, Martha Stewart and in other great food media.


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63 internautes sur 66 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
Beautiful book of pies 7 novembre 2013
Par Amazon Customer - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié
A year or more ago I saw a posting online for their Salty Honey Pie ([...] and had wanted to make it, but never got around to it. When I saw they were coming out with a book I immediately pre-ordered it. When it arrived I excitedly made the Salty Honey Pie. In the book it tells you to preheat the oven to 375 and then bake it for 45-50 minutes, rotating the pie around 30 minutes. When I went to rotate the pie it was so dark, much darker than their picture, and almost burnt looking. And I still had at least 15 minutes to go! I turned the oven down to 350F and pulled it out a little early worried that it would be too badly burnt on top (it still ended up being amazingly delicious). When I cross-referenced the online article I noticed that the recipe said to preheat the oven to 350F and bake for 45-60 minutes and they never mentioned rotating it. I also noticed that their ordering of how to mix and add the ingredients was different, but I don't know if this really matters. Anyway, I can't say for certain whether the oven temperature is a mistake or just further editing of the recipe 2 years after putting it online, but either way next time I'm going to try baking this pie at 350F.

That said, I love this book. The pictures are beautiful and the recipes are interesting. I love apple pie and cherry pie, but I want more than that. Cranberry Sage Pie! Salt Pork and Apple Pie! Lemon Sour Cream Pie! If you're looking for your standard classics then this isn't the book for you, but if you want to try something new and different or a modified classic (Salted Caramel Apple Pie, Strawberry Balsamic Pie, etc...) then I would say this book is worth getting. They also include some nice information on pie making techniques, how to make a lattice top, and so forth. A lot of baking cookbooks will include that information as well, but I always like to see how other people approach baking and their thoughts on techniques.

So, as an overall summary: I definitely recommend this book and think you should buy it, but also keep an eye on your pies as they cook in the oven.

Update 11.12.13.
I made the Cranberry Sage Pie last night and I can't say that I was much of a fan. I still think that the oven temperature was too hot (425F for 20 minutes and then lowered to 375F for 45 minutes) so I ended up doing it at 375F and then lowering it to 350F. The sage component of the pie didn't work for me, which was my biggest issue with the pie. I loved the tartness of the cranberries and the consistency was good so I will probably make this pie again and leave out the sage.

Also, quite of few of their recipes have been found online so if you're on the fence about the book try some of those first. (Food 52 has three recipes listed and some others are found on various blogs if you do a search for their recipes.)
28 internautes sur 29 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
Awesome, awesome! 11 novembre 2013
Par hotpink - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié
Great book, great illustration, and even better, fab recipes. I made the sour cherry pie( frozen cherries) and the salted honey pie. Loved the cherry pie but the salted honey was just spectacular. Had no problem with measurements, dough etc... Love this book.

Update: I made the salted caramel apple pie, it was killer. My oven temp. Has always been at 375 in making the above pies and I have cooked them for 45-50 min. Make sure your internal oven temperature is correct.
17 internautes sur 18 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
The book is beautiful -- the Rhuby Razz Pie is divine 19 juillet 2014
Par Julian D - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié
I am an experienced baker. One thing I take for granted of a high-end cookbook is that the recipes are correct. In this case, 2 of the 3 pies that I baked from this cookbook (Nectarine/Blueberry Pie and White Nectarine/Red Currant Pie) had no sugar listed anywhere in their ingredients. This is a HUGE pie-making mistake.

When I called the store to question the recipes, they confirmed that there were errors in the book, and then told me of a third pie recipe that had problems. The book is beautiful -- the Rhuby Razz Pie is divine. I only wish more care had been taken in proofreading the recipes...
8 internautes sur 8 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
gives permission 4 février 2014
Par Karen - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié Achat vérifié
The book is not for first time pie bakers, it didn't claim to be, but for folks who have some basic licks down and are growing weary of the same old,same old.....this book puts a twist on old favorites and inspires the imagination with new combinations.
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Too hot to handle (the oven temps) 9 novembre 2014
Par Alyson - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié Achat vérifié
After making several pies from this book I have to agree with the posters who've said that the oven temps are high and the times are too long. I'm a trained chef who has spent a lot of time making pies and its ok to use 400 for the first 20 minutes as that's what it needs in order for the pie crust to set- the 375 is ok too but not for more than 45 mins total- I have a good oven (convection) and there's no way with those temps that I could leave the lattice crust pies in for an hour- after rotating, 40-45 minutes was just about right(depending on whether there's egg wash and sugar on top). The Edible Brooklyn Four and Twenty recipes online say to preheat the oven to 425°F, leave in for 20-25 mins then drop to 375°F for another 35- IMO there's no way you can keep these pies with sugar on them for that long and hot with or without convection. And why should the same crust be cooked at different temps/times for online recipes vs. the cookbook? Not good editing nor is it good testing... they owe it to the readers to see to it that their published recipes are the same (and accurate for home and convection ovens.)

Pie crusts are notoriously 'flaky' (!) to make in a home kitchen (they're usually too warm so you are constantly juggling the rolling part by tossing the crust back in the refrigerator or freezer if you can't work quickly. It's understandable that people shy away from making them. The above being said, for the photos on how to make the perfect crust and the step by step lattice methods alone this book is worth it because an online recipe won't go into that kind of detail. While adding vinegar to crusts and savory pastries like potato knish dough is nothing new I do love their idea of using apple cider vs white vinegar. I'm always asked how I make my crusts. Instead I give friends who won't go near baking an afternoon lesson with me and buy them the book and toss in a Berenbaoum's pie plate and a bench scraper and they're in business. I just wish they'd acknowledge the temps and times for home or convection ovens might be off and I wish they used gram weights in addition to the cup measures... it's only slightly more work for them to do the conversion and its the 'professional' way to measure your recipes consistently.

For those just starting out do use the crusts as a galette instead of a pie- you don't even need a pie tin- just a flat oven tray- so simple and they are just as tasty and gorgeous as the lattice- I tend to think that for the 'unfussy' look the galette is perfect- then you can make two crusts and serve twelve. Definitely try their varieties of crusts: chocolate and gingersnap are particularly good.
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