It's just what you want in a sour cherry pie: tongue-tingling fruit (and a dash of almond extract) encased in an easy-to-weave lattice crust.
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Hunks of creamy white goat cheese are scattered like clouds over warm pear slices and a whole wheat crust. Sound good? Go for it—this delicious tart is easy to make.
What better way to celebrate the change of seasons than with the sweet-and-tart combination of berries and rhubarb? This old standby contains just fruit, sugar, and a little something to thicken it up, all wrapped up in a whole wheat crust.
A pale yellow grapefruit curd provides the background to gem-like pomegranate seeds, all wrapped up by a hearty wheat crust. It's a citrus-heavy dessert that serves up winter fruit in a creative way.
There are several fruits in this pie, but not in the way you'd expect. First, an egg yolk-and-cornstarch grapefruit custard is made, into which is added a cup of pomegranate seeds. The entire thing is ensconced in a whole-wheat crust, garnished liberally with whipped cream and, of course, more pomegranate seeds.
A comprehensive education in the world of pie is what you'll find in these pages. There are the expected crust tutorials, explanations of why to use what ingredient and when, as well as a run-down of various crust-weaving techniques. But what makes the book unique is Teeny's rediscovery of the deep traditions of pie-making; oh, and the delicious recipes.