The Perfect Pie
Whether you’re a pie novice still trying to figure out the secrets to perfect pie dough or an advanced baker looking for inspired fillings and a variety of crust options (including whole-wheat and gluten-free), the foolproof recipes from The Perfect Pie will help you master pie baking.Jack Bishop, Chief Creative Officer
120 Foolproof recipes
A little egg wash goes a long way; you don’t want your dough dripping wash and you should have some left over.
To determine if a fruit pie’s done baking, look at the crust and the filling. The crust should be well browned and the filling should be bubbling.
If you find that the edges of your pie crust brown faster than the center, cover them lightly with aluminum foil while the center catches up.
Let pies cool before slicing. It gives the thickeners in the filling time to finish gelling and will give you perfectly clean slices.