from the king arthur flour recipe: "we figure we can’t repeat too often our formula for the flakiest, most tender pie crust - so here it is. the instructions are thorough, and the method can apply to your own favorite crust recipe. the method you use to put pie pastry together will, to some degree, determine the type of crust you end up with. our latest favorite pie crust recipe uses a combination of butter (for flavor) and lard or vegetable shortening (for flakiness); an unbleached flour of about 10.5% protein (such as our mellow pastry blend); buttermilk powder (for tenderness) and baking powder (for extra flakiness); salt; and vinegar (again, for tenderness) and water. here’s the formula for a single-crust pie; just follow the directions above."
this carrot dish is from the orange county register, attributed to jack elvis. it would pair well with chicken or a fish dish. i haven't tried this yet, but i imagine that the combination of flavors will be excellent.
the first time i had this stew was in a remote town in morocco. the smell of the spices, bursting through the steam caught my attention, then, the flavours melted in my mouth. serve with couscous or bread.
this is by far the best iced tea i've ever made, after a long, desperate search for perfection. just the right amount of sweet, with just enough lemon to tickle your tastebuds. the ingredients were found on allrecipes, but i've adjusted the method, which
this banana coffee cake is what happens when you take the best elements of banana bread and combine them with the best elements of traditional coffee cake. it's moist and tender like a banana bread, but also has that signature tanginess of a coffee cake.
i grew up in the deep south. from a very young age i began eating barbecue sandwiches with slaw. this is a lighter version using turkey. the recipe says you can sub 1 pound of country breakfast pork chops ground in the food processor; but i have never don
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