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Joe Pastry - Category: Danish Pastry. I have to admit, these Melton Mowbray-style pork pies aren’t just something you throw together, but for the serious pork pie enthusiast they are well worth the time and effort.

Joe Pastry - Category: Danish Pastry

To make them the old-fashioned way you’ll need an old-fashioned piece of equipment called a pie dolly plus some rendered leaf lard, for without good quality lard the side walls of the pie won’t stand up in the oven. Oh yes friends, these pies are baked free-standing, didn’t you know? Forms are for sissies. At least they are in Melton Mowbray. That said you absolutely can adapt this recipe to more conventional ingredients and equipment.

On day one you’ll need to make your hot water dough and let it chill for at least four hours or overnight (which is better). When you’re ready to shape, make your filling. Pulse until the meat is chopped well, but no further. Produce your pie dolly and a round cutter (from a cutter set) that’s a bit larger than the circumference of the dolly. They look good to me! Cheers! Thin Crust Pizza Dough and a Simple Sauce. Thank you everyone for your well wishes last week! We are feeling much better after a very restful weekend. I try and make a point of making as many things from scratch as possible. Not only is it healthier and cheaper then eating out, but it”s darn satisfying when you are able to make something that is better then store-bought or is restaurant quality. Pizza was always one of those things that I didn”t make at home very often because my husband simply preferred the frozen or pizza shop variety.

In large part, it was because most homemade pizzas are doughy and heavy. This dough is perfect because it draws all the attention to the toppings rather then the crust, which is just the way we like it. I”m still on search for the perfect pizza sauce, but this is so far the favorite and my go to for now.

Are you a pizza topping or thick and crusty dough person? Thin Crust Pizza Dough Step by step photos at bottom of post. 1 pizza serves: 4 Print Dough Recipe. Garlic Cheese Bread Recipe. I used to love eating “cheap grocery store garlic French bread.”

Garlic Cheese Bread Recipe

You know, the kind that is slathered in bright yellow margarine, overly seasoned with garlic salt, and sprinkled with dried parsley leaves?! Typically, these loaves of garlic bread are packaged in some type of foil bag and you bake it at home. All I know is this… there is a time and place for this type of bread. For me, I haven’t eaten this type of garlic bread in years. I guess I stopped eating it when I stopped attending community dinners which served this type of bread along with spaghetti, and an iceberg lettuce salad covered in ranch. Fast forward to today. The end result is a crusty rustic bread, with flecks of minced garlic hiding in the air pockets. If you love eating bread with your meals, this would be the perfect way to dress it up and feel accomplished, even if it was terribly easy to make. Garlic Cheese Bread Recipe type: Appetizer Prep time: Cook time: Three No-Bake Easter Treats. Holidays are all about getting together with family and friends, making memories and eating good food.

Three No-Bake Easter Treats

The oven is jam packed with roasting hams and tasty casseroles. It’s nice to get a few things done before the big day as well as give the oven a much needed break. Make sure to keep your meals simple so you can truly enjoy this Easter holiday. Nothing is more disappointing then working so hard that you’re not able to enjoy the holiday itself. These recipes will help to make your lives a little easier and keep the kids busy while you make some last minute preparations in the kitchen. I made these Chocolate Dipped Rice Krispie Eggs for the first time last year when I went back to spend Easter with my family. These ones were made with the leftover Strawberry Marshmallows I had stored away in the freezer. Kids can: Dip the eggs in chocolate and sprinkles. Chocolate Dipped Rice Krispie Eggs Makes: 24 * If you don’t want to go through the work of making the eggs. Un-Baked Cookie Nests. Chelsea Sugar Recipes.

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Cake. Pudding. Biscuits.