Fantastic Before & After Pics Of Pie Crust Designs By Karin Pfeiff Boschek

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Fantastic Before & After Pics Of Pie Crust Designs By Karin Pfeiff Boschek

Karin has a background in textile design education, then she applies her knowledge in the field of design in every pie she makes.

Pie is the name for a cake with pastry dough with a filling. Pies can be served with closed or open dough forms, small or large and savory or sweet. During this time, we may often see simple, plain, or with fresh fruit garnishes to beautify it. But, what if the pies were made with beautiful artistic concepts? In various countries, apple pie is one of the most preferred dessert menus. Not only because it tastes sweet, but also looks beautiful.

Baker and photographer Karin Pfeiff Boschek tries to capture before-and-after-baking photos of pies. The result is not only beautiful in the beginning, but also beautiful in the end. For most people pie is just a cake is made to eat. But not for a German baker. For her, pie is a medium for creation. Yes, like a painter who paints on a canvas, pie is a "canvas" for Karin.

She makes pies look so pretty that anyone loves to eat them. As reportage by Boredpanda, Karin's pie shapes look amazing with a variety of interesting shapes. Some are in the form of stars, hearts, autumn leaves, diamonds, and others.

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Pie displays made special by her, Karin's pie skin design looks different from most pie creations. No wonder Karin has a textile design education background. then she applies her knowledge in the field of design in an American-style apple pie.

All of Karin's pretty pies can peek at her Instagram page, @karinpfeiffboschek. There are around 100k followers who are always looking forward to Karin's beautiful pie until now. Amazing!

So, are you curious about Karin's unique and beautiful pie creations? The following is a row of portraits that are guaranteed to amaze you. The pie line made by the German baker, Karin Pfeiff-Boschek is so catchy. It looks so beautiful that it's a shame to eat it! Check them out below!

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Karin's husband, Bruce Boschek, invited her to move to Germany in 1960 because he was currently pursuing a Ph.D. education. Bruce turns out to be good at making pies because he learned to make them from his award-winning mother. "I always love his pies. In some ways I think the pie crust can be a great canvas for artistic creations," said Karin. She had also studied to make pies, finally specialized in pie decoration.

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Karin said, "I think of pie dough like the sculptors treat their marbles." Karin's first decorative pie was created in September 2016. A year later Martha Stewart recognized her works and said Karin turned the pie crust decoration into a work of art. This woman who claims to be a perfectionist admits she has a lot of inspiration for pie decoration designs from nature. "I also looked at graphic patterns, history, Persian, Moorish, and sought inspiration from many of these designs. The possibilities are endless," Karin continued.

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Karin's experiments continued with the use of fruit to create beautiful patterns on pie crusts. Also, there is a use of a natural color made from a mixture of frozen blueberry powder which creates a dramatic purple hue. To make beautiful pies, she relies on more than 100 of her cookie cutters. Including the sharp knife and the flexibility of her hand.

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Karin has many techniques for decorating pie crusts. If the design is simple, Karin usually decorates a separate pie crust then cools and places it on top of the pie. However, if the design is complicated, it will decorate the pie crust directly on top of the dough. "It really all depends on the design," said Karin. Regarding the length of time to make a pretty pie, Karin said it took about 30 minutes to mix the basic dough. Followed by 2 hours of cooling in the refrigerator. Meanwhile, decorating usually takes 2 hours and may take longer.

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