|Milk (What's for Lunch)|
|by Claire Llewellyn|
Tells the story of milk from the time it is taken from the cow on the dairy farm through to its processing and distribution to users.
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Preheat oven to 425F. In a large bowl, combine first six ingredients. Add remaining ingredients and mix by hand until dough is uniformly moistened. ...
Heat oven to ... in bowl. Add sour cream, oil, milk, and egg, ... on a cookie sheet. Bake 10-20 minutes or until golden brown. Serve with butter or jam.
Sift flour and ... dough with the milk. Turn onto ... inch cutter. Place scones on greased baking ... a good variety of jam or preserves has been spread.
Cover a cookie ... cherries. Whisk egg, milk, zest and ... all around each scone. Bake scones at 450°F about ... they are firm, but not dry. Makes 12 scones
Regular milk combined with a ... be substituted for sour milk, or use ... knead them in, working the dough as little as possible to avoid gluten development.
Preheat oven to ... cornmeal. Combine the sour milk (you can sour ... approximately 15-20 minutes or until golden brown and cooked through. Makes 32 scones.
Mix together flour, ... baking powder. Add sour cream. Add milk slowly and enough ... into a ball. Rub Crisco around the ball and bake on a cookie sheet.
Sift dry ingredients, ... with fingers. Add milk and knead. Roll ... Place in greased pan and bake 30 minutes at 375 degrees. Serve warm with butter and jam.
Mix 1 cup ... cup flour, soda, milk, sugar and ... bulk. Shape into scones and drop into ... butter icing or sprinkle cinnamon and confectioners' sugar.
Mix well, roll, ... fat. Turn once. You may add a little water to batter to make dropped scones. Makes 6 scones. Spread with butter, jelly, or cream cheese.
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