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by Tristan Hogg

Everyone loves a pie. Pies are part of our food culture and heritage, as British as ...pork pie. Pieminister - the creation of Tristan Hogg and Jon Simon - have led the way in reinventing this great British classic for a new generation of food lovers. With their brilliantly creative and delicious recipes making the likes of their Heidi Pie, Pietanic and Moo Pie into household names, pieminister have brought free-range, luscious and locally sourced baking to the country's top delis, food halls and high streets. Pieminister pies are more than a comforting plate-full for the winter months. Throughout the year Tristan and Jon search out the best fresh, natural ingredients, creating an ever-changing, wonderfully varied menu. And in pieminister - a pie for all seasons you will find recipes that are filled with seasonal ingredients, great for spring suppers, summer parties and autumn lunches. Small pies, big pies, breakfast pies, fruit pies, family pies and pies that make you go oooooh! Recipes include: - pork, chorizo and prawn pie - asparagus, pea and ricotta pie - chili con carne pie - smoked haddock and cider pie - smoked aubergine and olive strudel - pulled pork, sage and apple pie - pheasant and Bath chaps pie - paneer, spinach and pea pie - rhubarb and custard pie - chocolate 'hedonist' pie. Fantastic ingredients and the best pastry you've ever tasted. Into the oven, be patient and then enjoy. Live and eat pie!
Download Pieminister. by Tristan Hogg, Jon Simon epub
ISBN: 059306805X
ISBN13: 978-0593068052
Category: Cookbooks
Subcategory: Regional & International
Author: Tristan Hogg
Language: English
Publisher: Bantam (September 1, 2011)
Pages: 208 pages
ePUB size: 1236 kb
FB2 size: 1653 kb
Rating: 4.2
Votes: 868
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Fantastic cookbook! Fun stories, nice photos, very interesting recipes. I've been collecting cookbooks from the UK, to better familiarize myself with the cuisine from my ancestral homeland and this one is a worthy addition. There is a meatless pie in here that I read about a while back, so I tracked down the recipe to this book and bought it. Although I haven't yet made anything from the book (I'm busy, and also insufferably lazy) I definitely will. One of their recommended ingredients is ground suet, which I'm willing to try but is next to impossible to find in my neighborhood. That said, mouth-watering recipes and a great presentation.
I was eager to get this book because I traveled to London and enjoyed eating at Pieminister. I hoped to get some recipes to try at home. I was disappointed that most of the recipes weren't for the pies you can regularly purchase from the store. I would have much preferred to find those recipes in this book and not recipes for things that were not as expected and that I wasn't as interested in. There was the recipe for the crust and one of two of the pies, but the others I probably won't use.
Great fun. More a series of inspirations than a rigid "do it this way only" book, the pie guys have included recipes for a number of different crusts and seasonal pies, both double and single crust. It's great encouragement to happily mess about with lots of ingredients, such as the steak and Stilton pie we made for Christmas (yum!). Plus I can finally identify and use celeriac.
I love this book for both content of recipes and good humour. We are unable to purchase Pieminister pies in Canada and were thrilled to be able to purchase this cookbook to make our own after we fell in love with them in Yorkshire. Well done and thank you!!!
Its whimsical and fun to read and the photography of the pies makes me want to run right out and get the ingrediants so I can start cooking them. Yum Yum Yum
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