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Crust: 1 1/2 cups of flour 1/4 tsp baking powder 1/2 tsp salt 1 tsp sugar 1/2 cup Crisco shortening Mix all ingredients in a stand mixer on medium speed swiftly until crust appears “pea like.” Carefully sprinkle ice cold water in crust mix until it just starts to be fully moistened and gathers together. Pat into disc, wrap and refrigerate for at least one half...

Some breakfast cereals require cooking; others are packaged ready-to-eat. Roasted and rolled oatmeal, eaten as porridge, requires brief boiling. Cooking time of these processed cereals has been greatly reduced, and various “instant” forms are available. Although oats are used chiefly as livestock feed, some are processed for human consumption, especially as...

Posted on Apr 3 2012 - 1:59pm by YSC
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There are hundreds of different pies in the Southern arsenal (and almost as many cookbooks on the subject), so choosing a pie to make for National Pi Day proved to be quite difficult. When I finally narrowed it down to chocolate, my decision didn’t exactly become easier. There’s chocolate fudge pie, chocolate cream pie, chocolate pudding pie, chocolate...

Fresh cranberries are the best for this recipe, but it’s fine to substitute frozen cranberries if you can’t find fresh. Just be sure that the cranberries you buy are uncooked and unsweetened. Let them thaw a little in a colander or strainer before mixing them in the filling. Cranberry Tart Serves 8 – 12 1 recipe Basic Pie Crust or Sour Cream Pie...