We hold this truth to be self-evident: America loves pie 다운로드.
Some excerpts from the interview:
Bakewell Pie: “is adapted from the very common English dessert, Bakewell Tart 다운로드. I found the Bakewell Pie recipe in an 1886 cookbook called The Unrivalled Cook-book and [Housekeeper’s] Guide. It’s a raspberry jam on the bottom, and then an almond meal sponge on top 다운로드. It’s not too sweet, so
Chocolate Raisin Pie: “It’s sort of like a brownie in a pie, and it has that wonderful combination of chocolate and raisins — think Raisinets,” Kane says 다운로드. “And it’s obviously from the West Coast, actually from Southern California. It comes from the fact that California is grape country and raisin country, and it’s sort of an adaptation of using what’s around you.”
Sack Pie: “That is an intriguing recipe 0070로지프로그램 다운로드. You bake the entire pie in a large paper bag, and so it steams the fruit and the fruit becomes very tender. And then at the last moment, you take it out of the bag and finish it off in the oven and just sort of brown the crust and the top … It sort of smells papery in your kitchen for the first half-hour or so, but I will tell you that it doesn’t taste papery at all.”
Source: NPR – A Pie For All Regions: Serving Up The American Slice