|Clearly Delicious (DK Living)|
|by DK Publishing|
The tradition of bottling the short-lived flavours of summer and autumn for use all year round is revived in this book.
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Combine flour, sugar, ... Beat with fork to mix well. Add enough water ... 1 scant cup. Sprinkle over flour mixture. Toss with fork to make a soft dough.
Into an 8 or 9 inch pie plate, sift together flour, sugar, and salt. With fork, whip together oil and milk. Pour over flour mixture. Mix with fork ...
Mix the ingredients ... and the butter to a boil, remove ... together, adding just enough milk to make a soft frosting. Frost ... cool. Slice and serve.
In large bowl put 2 cups flour, salt and shortening. Mix until crumbly. Add baking powder, egg, water, milk and vinegar. When all mixed place in ...
Cream shortening with boiling water until well mixed by hand or electric mixer. Add salt and flour all at once, mix. Form into a ball; chill covered, ...
Mix flour and salt. Measure the oil and milk in a measuring cup, but do NOT mix. Pour oil and milk, all at the same time, over the flour mixture. ...
Mix pastry and ... saucepan and bring to a boil. Add ... over pastry. Bake at 350 degrees for 60 minutes. Cool and frost with confectioners' sugar glaze.
Place flour in pie plate and make a well in ... and mix with a fork until well blended. Divide and roll out between 2 sheets of wax paper. Yields 2 crusts.
Combine flour and salt; make well in flour. Add Mazola oil and milk. Stir with fork. Roll between waxed paper. Makes 2 crusts.
In medium bowl with fork combine all ingredients. With generously floured hands knead mixture in bowl 3 minutes or until smooth. Chill while ...
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