|Making the Best Apple Cider|
|by Annie Proulx|
Since 1973, Storey's Country Wisdom Bulletins have offered practical, hands-on instructions designed to help readers master dozens of country livi...
1 - 10 of 223 for no lard pie crust
I know in ... can remember. The lard was usually freshly ... fruit inside the pie was usually home ... I use this crust when I want ... sugar to evenly brown.
Rub the lard and salt lightly ... at all, as it makes it tough. I have eaten very flaky and tender crusts made of lard, also of half lard and half butter.
Work the lard with a pastry ... you one double crust pie and a single ... discard the beans (store them in a jar). They can be saved and reused over and over.
Mix as for pie crust. Roll out and fill with your favorite pasty filling.
Mix well with fork. Add: Makes 2 double and 1 single pie crust.
Example: For 2 double crust pies, 4 cups ... pin. Assemble pies. Top crust may be brushed with milk and sprinkled with sugar before baking (if desired).
Blend together flour, shortening, sugar and salt. In separate bowl beat vinegar, egg and water together. Mold into a ball. Chill 15 minutes. Dough ...
Put flour, lard (softened to room ... little larger than pie tin. Ease loosely ... Roll out top crust in similar manner. ... Whip, or any other type filling.
Sift or mix ... Cut shortening or lard into flour until ... water, vinegar, and salt. Add liquid to flour mixture and mix well. Roll out on floured surface.
Drop egg in measuring cup; fill to 3/4 cup with cold water (refrigerated). Add 1 tablespoon vinegar. Add to dry ingredients and toss with a fork. ...
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