Sweetie Pie: Deliciously indulgent recipes for dessert pies, tarts and flans
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Nobody can resist classic recipes such as Key Lime Pie, Boston Cream Pie and Apple Pie, or fruity creations such as Rustic Plum Tart, Glazed Apricot Vanilla Tart, Red Cherry Pie and Strawberry Flan. Pies and tarts are a great way of using seasonal ingredients and are perfect for when you have a glut of fruit to use up. As well as those traditional recipes that have been loved for generations, this book also brings together innovative ideas and modern classics that are sure to impress at parties. Children will love the Peanut Butter Pie, Mississippi Mud Pie and Cookie Crust Ice Cream Tart, or for grown-up guests, opt for Chocolate Fondant Mini Tarts, Egg Nog Cream Tart or Raspberry and Rose Tartlets. Sweet pastry recipes are also perfect additions to an afternoon tea selection, with attractive bites like Glazed Mixed Fruit Tart, Vanilla Cheesecake Pie and Treacle Tart. A selection of dishes that takes inspiration from around the world, such as Forest Noir Pie, Tiramisu Cream Pie and Pineapple and Star Anise Tarte Tatin, completes this delightful book.With tips on achieving pastry perfection and stunning photography throughout, this inspiring recipe collection will have you whipping up delectable desserts in no time. From warming winter pies to light and fruity summer tarts, whatever the season or occasion, there is a tempting recipe here to please everyone!
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come, too, so they could show off Sweetie’s tricks. And of course Ducky had to be invited, too, since Charles had told his family all about him and they wanted to meet the famous juggler. Then Dad asked if Rick could come, because Rick was still kind of sad about breaking up with his girlfriend, plus he missed Sweetie and would love to see her. Now the house was clean, the chili simmered on the stove, and the table was set. Party time! Rick was the first to arrive. He trudged in gloomily, but
doesn’t like me anymore, that’s what. Karen broke up with me last week. And now I’m stuck with this puppy that I’m not allowed to keep in my apartment.” Lizzie gasped. “This is exactly why it’s never a good idea to give a pet for a present,” she said. “Ms. Dobbins says that the shelter is packed every year after Christmas with pets that people didn’t really want. She says —” “Lizzie.” Mom reached out and grabbed Lizzie’s hand. “That’s enough.” Charles knew that Lizzie was probably right. Ms.
minuscule.” Sammy bent down to pet her. “Hi there, Sweetie.” “Wait’ll you see this.” Charles sat on the bottom step and patted his knee. “Up, Sweetie!” She bounded over and leapt onto his knee. “Kisses!” he said. He lowered his head so she could lick his cheek. “Wow!” David sat down on the weight bench. “Will she jump onto my lap?” “Try it,” Charles said. “Up, Sweetie!” David patted his lap. In a flash, Sweetie was sitting there, her ears perked up and her tail wagging. “Man!” said David. “If
Circus with Sweetie was the best game ever — maybe even better than base-boodja. CHAPTER SIX Every day after school that week, Mom drove Sammy and Charles and Sweetie over to David’s. Every day she said the same thing to David’s mother — “Are you sure it’s okay?” — and explained again about how poor Buddy was having a hard time adjusting to life with Sweetie. Every day David’s mother said that it was fine, and that the boys were welcome as long as they didn’t bother the cat. She promised to
that way, and then giving him a treat for a reward. Soon Buddy learned to bow whenever he heard the command. So Charles had taught Sweetie, too. It was the perfect trick for a circus dog. Every time she did it, the crowd (Charles, David, and Sammy) went wild. Then the tricks began. Sweetie could already shake hands, bark on command, sit up pretty, and even take three or four steps on her hind feet. Charles ran through all her tricks with her and then moved on to the really flashy stuff. Sweetie