|Build Your Own Kitchen Cabinets|
|by Danny Rubie|
Practical information on kitchen design which makes kitchen cabinetmaking accessible to woodworkers of all skill levels, this volume walks the rea...
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When making fruit ... over the bottom crust before adding fruit. ... beaten egg and let dry in refrigerator for 10 minutes before adding filling for baking.
Mix flour, Crisco ... roll into size crust required. Makes 3 ... according to directions of your pie recipe. Note: This crust is especially good for fruit pies.
Blend flour, shortening and salt. Add egg mixed with water and vinegar to flour mixture. Mix thoroughly with fork. Roll out on wax paper. Bake at 350 ...
A pie crust will be more ... to prevent a soggy crust. Then finish ... pie crust to prevent juice from running over in the oven and permit steam to escape.
Soft often, you ... leave the bottom crust untouched. They don't ... that it is soggy. The solution: ... Weight down store-bought shells, too, for prebaking.
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