While visions of sugar-plums danced in their heads...
Nom, Nom, Yum, YUM! I don't know about you, but when it starts getting cooler outdoors the oven and I tend get reacquanted! and yes, the elastic waisted pants always seem to make an appearance as well :-) This year, I'm going to master the art of the pie crust again. hint, hint. Seriously, I had it down once upon a time and poof its gone just like my waist line.
Tried and true old faves:
Easy As Pie: For Beginners & Experts by Benjamin Darling
Pies seem somehow to be a quintessentially American dish, hence the expression “as American as apple pie” and the musical question, “Can she make a cherry pie, Charming Billy?” Pies recall a bygone age when they cooled on the kitchen windowsill and were always in danger of being stolen by hungry boys. Easy As Pie includes all manner of pie recipes, fruit, nut chocolate and cream fillings, as well as a few pastry and piecrust recipes and tips.
Golde's Homemade Cookies: Over 130 Delicious and Original Recipes by Golde Hoffman Soloway
This is a collection of easy-to-make recipes with a most personal touch. Packed with helpful tips and how-to illustrations, cookie newbies and old-hands alike will be wowed by proven tastebud pleasers like Butter Pecan Turtle Bars, Loon Mountain Chunks, Chocolate Thinsees, and even specialty cookies like Accordion Treats and Gingery Almond Crisps.
Martha Stewart Baking Book By Martha Stewart
A culinary compendium packed with more than 200 foolproof recipes for the best baked goods, Martha Stewart's Baking Handbook takes readers by the hand and guides them through the process of creating an irresistible variety of cakes, cookies, pies, tarts, breads, and much more.
We happen to have the perfect see-through container to store cookies, flour, sugar, nuts and other goodies!
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Food for thought...
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— Tim Shriver
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