Homemade Pies: Delicious Homemade Pie Recipes - Laura Sullivan - ebook

Baking pies is fantastic, but getting it just right like grandma used to is easier said than done. To ensure baking pies does not become impossible, this wonderful pie recipe book is going to help you along the way.These are some of the world's finest pie recipes you are going to have in front of you to make the most of. Use this pie cookbook to get great results.

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Homemade Pies: Delicious Homemade Pie Recipes

Laura Sullivan

Published by Laura Sullivan, 2015.

While every precaution has been taken in the preparation of this book, the publisher assumes no responsibility for errors or omissions, or for damages resulting from the use of the information contained herein.


First edition. August 9, 2015.

Copyright © 2015 Laura Sullivan.

ISBN: 978-1516373871

Written by Laura Sullivan.

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Title Page

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Pies, Tarts And All Their Hybrid Versions




“Good apple pies are a considerable part of our domestic happiness.” – Jane Austen

Truer words haven’t been spoken.

In simple words, a pie is a dish that contains a crust with a filling, which is often topped with a crust or some more toppings.

Pies can be either sweet or savory. They can be filled crust or free form. But, there are pies, tarts, cobblers, flans, turn overs, galletes... what is the difference between all of them?

In this eBook we would like to explain to you the difference between all the pies, tarts and their cousins, and provide you with the recipes for the same.

We thank you for downloading this eBook, and we hope the content of this eBook is helpful to you.

Pies, Tarts And All Their Hybrid Versions

A pie is a dish that has been baked. It has minimum two components – the pie crust, made using dough and the filling.

The dough forms the crust of the dish, which is known as the pastry shell, and this crust holds the filling in. The crust gives the dish a crunchy exterior, while the filling gives it a moist and soft interior.

So what is the difference between a pie and a tart? And what in the name of God is a Croustade? Don’t worry; we will explain it all to you!


Like we previously explained, a pie has two components – the crust and the filling. A pie with two crusts is known as a double crust, and a pie with just the bottom crust is known as a single crust pie. The pie can be sweet or savory; filled with fruit, cream, vegetables or meat.