Handheld Pies: Dozens of Pint-Size Sweets and Savories by Rachel Wharton, Sarah Billingsley

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By Rachel Wharton, Sarah Billingsley

What's greater than small treats? consuming along with your fingers! This attractive cookbook gives you on either counts in a single lovable package deal. Pie-lovers in every single place should be extremely joyful to discover their favourite recipes plus impressive new creations. Savory pies additionally make an visual appeal: seize a Bacon, Egg, and Cheese Breakfast Pie at the manner out the door within the morning! perfect for starting and pro bakers alike (a bankruptcy on crusts deals the entire guideline someone must make scrumptious, flaky pastry with ease!), Handheld Pies proves that great things certainly are available small programs.

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