Whoopie Pies by Sarah BillingsleyWhoopie Pies by Sarah Billingsley

Whoopie Pies

bySarah Billingsley

Hardcover | October 3, 2013

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Is it a cake? Is it a cookie? With such deliciously soft and sweet cream-filled snacks, does it matter? The Internet is abuzz with recipes and stories of whoopie pie folklore, while customers everywhere are descending on bakeries in droves demanding these delectable treats. This adorable volumethe only cookbook devoted entirely to whoopie piesfeatures more than 40 mix-and-match recipes, including the classic chocolate with marshmallow cream and a range of bright flavor combinations suchas red velvet, green tea, pumpkin with a tangy cream cheese filling, and oatmeal with, yes, maple-bacon buttercream. With a puffy cover as soft as cake, plenty of color photos and hand-drawnillustrations, dozens of DIY decorating instructions, fun facts and baking tips, Whoopie Pies will make a welcome addition to any baker's bookshelf.
Sarah Billingsley is a western Pennsylvanian who didn't get enough whoopie pies as a kid. She now lives in San Francisco. Amy Treadwell was born in Massachusetts and raised on a steady diet of whoopie pies and franks and beans every Saturday night. She lives in San Francisco. Amy Treadwell was born in Massachusetts and raised on ...
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Title:Whoopie PiesFormat:HardcoverDimensions:120 pages, 8.25 × 7.5 × 1 inPublished:October 3, 2013Publisher:Chronicle BooksLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0811874540

ISBN - 13:9780811874540

Reviews

Rated 3 out of 5 by from Fun Collection of Recipes Overall I really like this book, the soft vinyl cover similar to an actual whoopie in terms of the pillowy texture. The tone of the book is casual and upbeat, making you feel all happy inside even before you pop one of those whoopies into your mouth. I happened to like the fun sketches included at the beginning; finding it lent a nice retro feel to the book that complimented its subject matter. Unfortunately there were quite a few inaccuracies that should have been caught during the editing process, resulting in some recipe flops. Also, it would have been great to have suggested icings on the same page as the cake recipes, so you don’t have to keep flipping back and forth between the different sections.
Date published: 2011-07-15