Tag: pie crust

All-American Dessert Recipe: Classic Apple Pie for Thanksgiving

All-American Dessert Recipe: Classic Apple Pie for Thanksgiving

| November 27, 2013 | 2 Comments

It’s not Thanksgiving without apple pie. Stephanie Rosenbaum shares step-by-step instructions for this holiday classic, better than you’ve ever made before.

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Strawberry Rhubarb Tarts

Strawberry Rhubarb Tarts

It’s May Day! Celebrate spring with a recipe for rosy pink strawberry-rhubarb tarts.

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Black Tart

Black Tart

Now’s the time for Black Tart, a warming dessert from the winter pantry, succulent with dried fruits, citrus, nuts, and spices.

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A Week at The San Francisco Baking Institute

A Week at The San Francisco Baking Institute

| October 12, 2010 | 2 Comments

Megan Gordon details her week at San Francisco Baking Institute and the Top Ten Things she Learned about Pastry Production.

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Baking Pie with Kate McDermott

Baking Pie with Kate McDermott

| October 4, 2010 | 0 Comments

If you haven’t heard of Kate McDermott, you’re missing out. I first learned about her from a few Seattle friends who had taken her pie-making classes and insisted that it changed the way they thought about crust. And these are kitchen savvy people. Then I read somewhere that Ruth Reichl deemed Kate’s crust an “absolutely perfect crust.” That’s about the time I started stalking Kate. I’d go to her website to see if she was planning on teaching in the Bay Area. No luck.

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Calling the Pie Therapist

Calling the Pie Therapist

| November 22, 2009 | 3 Comments

I’m here to tell you: there is NO magic about making pie crust. It takes four ingredients, about 20 minutes or less of hands-on time, and the results are so flaky, so buttery, so sublime, you will amaze your loved ones (and yourself) for life.

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Pie Crust and Sebastopol Gravenstein Apple Fair

Pie Crust and Sebastopol Gravenstein Apple Fair

A lot of books make a big fuss about technique, so much that anyone would be convinced that you need an advanced degree from Pie Crust U to turn out something worth eating. But I’m here to tell you that what you need is flour, butter, a little salt, and lard. Yes, lard.

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