Creating Spectacular Pie Art Just Got a Lot Easier
With this stunning collection, pie maven Helen Nugent pulls back the curtain on creating professional, Instagram-worthy pies. Now you can make your very own delicious pie masterpiece in the comfort of your own home.
From the secrets to a perfectly flaky pie crust to the essential decorating techniques used to create beautiful pie art, Helen shares simple, approachable tips and easy-to-follow instructions that make it possible to achieve spectacular results. Delicious fillings for fruit and savory pies, meringues, galettes and more can be mixed and matched with creative crust options for every occasion and skill level.
Celebrate summer with the eye-catching geometric design of the Tumbling Diamonds Blueberry-Lemon Pie. Usher in fall flavors with the Walk in the Woods Salted Maple Caramel Apple Pie, bedecked with leaves and acorns. The Thanksgiving Turkey Pumpkin Pie or Christmas Gift Apple-Blackberry Pie will be right at home on your next holiday table. With recipes that include step-by-step instructions and photos illustrating each clever technique, you’ll soon gain the confidence to create show-stopping pies of your very own.
“Just one look at Helen Nugent’s elaborate pies, and it’s clear she knows how to bake some gorgeous edible works of art. . . . She tops them with mesmerizing patterns, contrasting textures and abundant hits of color.”
—Better Homes and Gardens
“Forget humble pie: Nugent accomplishes her goal of making spectacular desserts achievable for home bakers ready to crank out some brag-worthy quarantine pies.”
“This creative cookbook will stirke a chord with anyone valuing eye-popping visual appeal in addition to flavor. A welcome addition to culinary collections.”
“Helen's book is stunningly beautiful and is sure to become a go-to for those who are looking for classic designs and delicious flavors.”
—Kate McDermott, author of Pie Camp and Art of the Pie
“Pie Style absolutely took my breath away (and I look at fabulous baking all the time!).” —Cake Geek Magazine