not so humble pies an iconic dessert all dressed up

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Not So Humble Pies

Author : Kelly Jaggers
ISBN : 9781440534959
Genre : Cooking
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It's pie—all grown up! Pomegranate. Fresh figs. Sea salt. Forget apples and blueberries. Today's trendy ingredients are unique, modern, and indulgent—and now you can find them in the pie plate in your kitchen! With more than 100 sweet and savory pie recipes—and extra recipes for crusts and toppings—Not-So-Humble Pies uses these fresh flavors to turn a simple dessert into something deliciously sophisticated. And these dressed-up pies look as good as they taste, so get ready to serve up a slice of the following: Blood Orange Curd Pie Cardamom and Saffron Chiffon Pie Apple, Brie, and Bacon Tart Chocolate Acai Chiffon Pie Pear Gorgonzola Tart With these mouthwatering recipes—and impressive ingredients—it's as easy as pie to turn modest standbys into not-so-humble standouts.

The Everything Pie Cookbook

Author : Kelly Jaggers
ISBN : 9781440527586
Genre : Cooking
File Size : 80. 77 MB
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Pie--the once-humble dessert--is hot! From savory to sweet, for breakfast, lunch, or dinner, once you know the secrets of making pie you will have the skills to create almost any meal. This cookbook demystifies the art and science of flaky crusts and delectable fillings. It's bursting with recipes for mouthwatering pies of every type, including: Classic fruit pies and tarts Rich cream and custard pies Sweet, nutty pies Meat pies and hearty pot pies And much more! Inside you'll find expert tips, creative ideas, and timesaving shortcuts for making the perfect pie--every time!

Moufflet

Author : Kelly Jaggers
ISBN : 9781440540707
Genre : Cooking
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Puts ordinary muffins over the top! Indulge in the rich flavors of pumpkin and caramel. Savor the satisfying taste of maple and bacon. Experience the extraordinary combination of goat cheese and leeks. In this cookbook, you'll find enough gourmet muffins to entertain your every tastebud. Whether you're looking for the perfect side for a special dinner or a delightful dessert to end your soiree, the scrumptious ingredients in these recipes are sure to leave you wanting more. You and your guests won't be able to resist nibbling on sweet and savory muffins like: Mascarpone Pound Cake Pepper Jack Chorizo Double Shot Espresso Pistachio Rose Water Sun-Dried Tomato and Parmesan Dulce de Leche Spinach, Artichoke, and Jalapeno No longer just a complement to coffee, these flavorful muffins are sure to be the star of any meal.

The Ladies Home Journal

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ISBN : MINN:319510005833790
Genre : Women's periodicals
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New Outlook

Author : Alfred Emanuel Smith
ISBN : CORNELL:31924066372289
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Musical World

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ISBN : HARVARD:32044043850304
Genre : Art
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Einstein S Mistakes The Human Failings Of Genius

Author : Hans C. Ohanian
ISBN : 0393070425
Genre : Science
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“A thought-provoking critique of Einstein’s tantalizing combination of brilliance and blunder.”—Andrew Robinson, New Scientist Although Einstein was the greatest genius of the twentieth century, many of his groundbreaking discoveries were blighted by mistakes, ranging from serious errors in mathematics to bad misconceptions in physics and failures to grasp the subtleties of his own creations. This forensic biography dissects Einstein’s scientific mistakes and places them in the context of his turbulent life and times. In lively, accessible prose, Hans C. Ohanian paints a fresh, insightful portrait of the real Einstein at work, in contrast to the uncritical celebrity worship found in many biographies. Of the approximately 180 original scientific papers that Einstein published in his lifetime, about 40 are infested with mistakes. For instance, Einstein’s first mathematical proof of the famous formula E = mc2 was incomplete and only approximately valid; he struggled with this problem for many years, but he never found a complete proof (better mathematicians did). Einstein was often lured by irrational and mystical inspirations, but his extraordinary intuition about physics permitted him to discover profound truths despite—and sometimes because of—the mistakes he made along the way. He was a sleepwalker: his intuition told him where he needed to go, and he somehow managed to get there without quite knowing how. As this book persuasively argues, the defining hallmark of Einstein’s genius was not any special mathematical ability but an uncanny talent to use his mistakes as stepping stones to formulate his revolutionary theories.

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