From Any One Can Bake, a 1927 instructional book produced by the Educational Department of the Royal Baking Powder Company, here is a picture of making tart molds using an upside down muffin mold. Want an old fashioned pie crust? Try Perfect Pie Crust or “The New Crisco Pastry.”  
Sweet potato pies are hands-down a favorite treat at our house. But I had never thought of using regular bakers in pies until I was flipping through The Blue Grass Cook Book from 1904. The Potato Pie is the Pie of the Month for the Fall issue of Pastry Sampler Journal, and when I was …
Since I baked a modern lemon meringue pie on the Pastry Sampler blog, I’d thought I’d also share versions from the year 1890. Lemon Pie Recipes From 1890 Here are four different recipes for Lemon Pie. Each are completely different: with meringue or without it; the filling cooked on the stove top or baked in …
Olive M. Hulse gave some great advice all throughout her book, Desserts. My 1912 edition features thick pages with print struck heavy onto the pages so that the stamped text is just slightly readable on the opposite side. Her one piece of pie advice stuck out with me – a soggy pie dulls the brain. …
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