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20371
farmhouse-cheddar-skillet-pie

Farmhouse Cheddar Skillet Pie

Down on the farm, breakfasts are hearty. Folks make egg and cheese pies by whipping egg yolks, then folding in beaten whites and sharp Ch...

20372
shrimp-and-spring-onion-quiche

Shrimp and Spring Onion Quiche

A traditional egg custard turns shrimp, spring onions, and Swiss cheese into a quiche that’s perfect for a spring supper. As the custard ...

20373
pate-brisee

Pâte Brisée 

To Make By-Hand: 1. In a large bowl, mix The Drys together. 2. Cut in The Fats with a pastry blender, your fingers, or 2 knives until ...

20374
strawberry-frangipane-tart

Strawberry Frangipane Tart

Traditional French frangipane is a rich almond crème pâtissière, or pastry cream, that is used for filling tarts and pastries. This one i...

20375
cinnamon-buttery-crust

Cinnamon Buttery Crust

To Make By-Hand: 1. In a large bowl, mix the drys together. 2. Cut in the fats with a pastry blender, your fingers, or 2 knives until c...

20376
lone-star-chocolate-pecan-pie

Lone Star Chocolate Pecan Pie

In my home state of Texas, pecan orchards are plentiful. The long thin paper-shell pecans make some of the best pies. This pecan filling ...

20377
rocky-road-sundae-pie

Rocky Road Sundae Pie

This pie is reminiscent of the chunky "rocky" candy made of marshmallows, nuts, and chocolate. To cut the fat and calories, use nonfat o...

20378
chocolate-cookie-crumb-crust

Chocolate Cookie Crumb Crust

Crumb crusts are among the easiest to make - some are not even baked, just pressed into the pan and chilled. If you are in a hurry, you c...

20379
laced-up-cherry-pie

Laced-Up Cherry Pie

Fresh cherry pie is one of the treats of summer. May, June and July are the best months to bake a cherry pie. From early May through July...

20380
pate-sucree

Pâte Sucrée

For the By-Hand Method: 1. In a large bowl, mix The Drys together. 2. Cut in The Fats with a pastry blender, your fingers, or 2 knives ...

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