Pie All the Time: Elevated Sweet and Savory Recipes for Every Occasion (Paperback)
From Cozy Classics to New Twists on Holiday Favorites, It's Always Time For Pie
Whether you’re craving a comforting favorite or an exciting new flavor, a celebratory indulgence or a quick treat, the answer is always pie—and this collection is your ultimate guide. Taylor Harbin, creator of the blog All Purpose Flour Child, shares an outstanding variety of recipes that guarantee pie perfection, from no-fuss crowd-pleasers to achievable masterpieces.
Taylor’s easy method produces a crisp, flaky crust every time, and her simple, unique fillings are as effortless as they are delicious. Whether you’re a beginner or a seasoned baker, Taylor’s fun, approachable directions, flavored crusts and creative combinations are sure to have you rushing to roll out your dough.
You'll find traditional pies, like Wild Blackberry Birthday Pie and Papa’s Golden Pecan Pie, and familiar classics reimagined into pie form, like Beef Bourguignon Skillet Pie and Mocha Coconut Cream Pie. You'll also discover unique and inventive flavors, like Aperol Citrus Creamsicle Pie, Roasted Cherry Tomato Bloody Mary Galette and Swedish Cardamom Roll Hand Pies, that will show you just how versatile pie can be.
“The inventive and interesting pies within these pages are mind-blowing. This book will sit proudly on your bookshelf and you’ll be reaching for it all year long.”
-Emma Duckworth, author of Simply Sweet Nostalgic Bakes and blogger at Emma Duckworth Bakes
“It is very rare for me to pick up a cookbook and want to make everything in it—literally everything, cover to cover. This book is heaven for any pie and pastry lover.”
-James Hillery, food writer and contestant on The Great British Bake Off
“Taylor takes you on a wonderful journey, creating an array of delicious pies from scratch using unique and fun flavor combos to excite any pie lover’s tastebuds!”
-Jenn Davis, author of The Southern Baking Cookbook and blogger at Two Cups Flour
“This book truly has a pie for every occasion and is a feast for the eyes.”
-Kelsey Siemens, author of The Farmer’s Daughter Bakes and blogger at The Farmer’s Daughter