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How to Make Pie Dough by Hand – Epicurious Essentials: How To Kitchen Tips – Pies



Learn how to make homemade pie dough with our step-by-step video. We’ll show you how to quickly and easily make pie dough and offer tips for achieving beautifully flaky pastry.

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How to Make a Lattice-Top Pie Crust – Epicurious Essentials: How To Kitchen Tips – Pies



Learn how to make a lattice-top pie with our step-by-step video. We’ll show you a quick and easy technique for weaving strips of dough into a beautiful lattice top that’s perfect for fruit-filled pies.

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Cherry Pie

Easy Cherry Strudel cheekyricho



Cheekyricho Cherry Strudel. Not an Authentic strudel, by any means, but delicious and very easy to make. Using only 5 ingredients that you probably have in your pantry or freezer. A very quick short order dessert that travels well and tastes great. We do hope you give it a try.
INGREDIENTS:
200 grams cherry pie filling
10 grams raw sugar
1 egg
20 grams sliced almonds
puff pastry sheet

METHOD:
Spread cherry filling along pastry, brush edges with egg and roll up pinching edges to ensure a good seal. Place seam side down on a baking tray lined with baking paper. Brush liberally with more egg. Sprinkle with sugar & almonds and bake at 180 degrees celsius for about 20-25 minutes until puffed and golden. Serve Hot, warm or cold

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Howto make a pizza,Pizza Company Makes Peach Ghost pepper pizza



Pizza Company Makes Ghost pepper pizza , Howto make a pizza,
Big thanks to New Leaf Chili pepper for the Peach bhut jolokia ,
If you need peppers check out where i got mine.

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This is a Epic Meal Time , Hot Food ,Chili,double layered pizzas, calzones, or true “pies” like the “priazzo” ,Crust, sauce, cheese,meat, mushrooms/veggies, lettuce, tomatoes, and cucumbers, mozzarella,hot pizza,”American style” ,onions, green peppers,Sunny Side Up Pizza,BBQ Chicken Pizza,Muffuletta Pizza,Frozen Peanut,Butter Pizza,Margherita Pizza,Caramelized Onion Pizza,Cheese Calzone,Thai Pizza,Grilled Pizza,Pizza Pie,Roasted Garlic and Peppers,Broccoli Deep Dish Pizza
Chicago Style Pizza,Philly Cheesesteak Pizza,Seafood Pizza,Pesto Pizza,Tex-Mex Pizza,Fruit Pizza,1) Extra (Mozzarella) Cheese
2) Pepperoni
3) Meatball
4) Sweet Sausage
5) Mushroom
6) Beef
7) Pork
8) Peppers
9) Anchovies
10) Tomatoes
11) Brocolli
12) Shrimp Scampi
13) Ziti
14) Bacon
15) Ham
16) Pineapple
17) Hot Peppers
18) Sweet Peppers
19) Hot Sausage
20) Crabmeat
21) Cheddar Cheese
22) Ricotta
23) Macaroni and cheese (not kidding, I’ve seen this)
24) roasted chicken
banana peppers
26) Brie (yes, I’ve seen it)
27) Sun-dried tomatos
28) Black olives
29) Green olives
30) Apple slices
31) Avocado
32) Salsa
33) Pesto sauce
34) Lobster (sure, why not?)
35) Clams
36) Mussels
37) Ground beef
38) Barbecue pork (yep, seen this too)
39) Fried chicken
40) Zucchini
41) Calamari
42) french fried potatoes
43) bread
44) pickles
45) ketchup
46) lettuce
We’ve already covered beef, cheddar cheese, tomatoes, and onions.
He also says
47) grilled chicken, which he says is different from both fried and roasted,
And he reminds me that I’ve had
48) spinach.
50) Red onions
51) White onions
52) Feta cheese
53) Hot dogs
54) Parmesan Cheese
55) Bologna
56) Bratwurst
57) Dutch loaf (there wasn’t any other meat)
58) Does Tabasco sauce count as a topping? As much as I use, it should
59) Cherry pie filling
60) icing
61) Apple pie filling
62) Chocolate sauce
63) Oreo Cookies
64) Peach pie filling
66) Baked turkey
69. Blueberry pie filling
70. Chocolate chips
72. BBQ sauce (in place of tomato sauce)
73. Fresh spinach leaves
74. Canadian bacon
76. Pepperjack cheese
77. Basil
78. Garlic
79. Artichoke hearts
80. Potatos
81. Sesame seed
82. Peanut sauce
83. Eggplant
84. Chorizo sausage
85. Capicollo
86. Portobello mushroom
87. Shitake mushroom
88. salmon
89. tuna
90. wasabi
91. peas
92. corn
93. shredded cabbage (green)
94. shredded cabbage (red)
95. ginger
96. cauliflower
97. broccoli
98. mayonaise
99. tofu
100. soy cheese
101. Provolone
102. American Cheese
104. Hot wing sauce
105. Ranch dressing
106. Mashed potatoes (A friend of mine once tried corn and mashed potato pizza in Japan.)
107. Mango
1) Extra (Mozzarella) Cheese
2) Pepperoni
3) Meatball
4) Sweet Sausage
5) Mushroom
6) Beef
7) Pork
8) Peppers
9) Anchovies
10) Tomatoes
11) Brocolli
12) Shrimp Scampi
13) Ziti
14) Bacon
15) Ham
16) Pineapple
17) Hot Peppers
18) Sweet Peppers
19) Hot Sausage
20) Crabmeat
21) Cheddar Cheese
22) Ricotta
23) Macaroni and cheese
24) roasted chicken
25) banana peppers
26) Brie
27) Sun-dried tomatos
28) Black olives
29) Green olives
30) Apple slices
31) Avocado
32) Salsa
33) Pesto sauce
34) Lobster (sure, why not?)
35) Clams
36) Mussels
37) Ground beef
38) Barbecue pork (yep, seen this too)
39) Fried chicken
40) Zucchini
41) Calamari
42) french fried potatoes
43) bread
44) pickles
45) ketchup
46) lettuce
47) grilled chicken
48) spinach
49) Salami
50) Red onions
51) White onions
52) Feta cheese
53) Hot dogs
54) Parmesan Cheese
55) Bologna
56) Bratwurst
57) Dutch loaf
58) Tabasco sauce
66) Baked turkey
67) cheese-based white sauce
68) Cream Cheese
72. BBQ sauce (in place of tomato sauce)
73. Fresh spinach leaves
74. Canadian bacon
75) Pepperocinos
76) Red pepper
77) Creamy garlic dipping sauce
79. Pepperjack cheese
80. Basil
81. Garlic
82. Artichoke hearts
83. Potatos
84. Sesame seed
86. Eggplant
87. Chorizo sausage
88. Capicollo
89. Portobello mushroom
90. Shitake mushroom
91. salmon
92. tuna
93. wasabi
94. peas
95. corn
96. shredded cabbage (green)
97. shredded cabbage (red)
98. ginger
99. cauliflower
100. broccoli
101. mayonaise
102. tofu
103. soy cheese
106) Peaches.
107. Hot wing sauce
108. Ranch dressing
109. Mashed potatoes
111. Garlic sauce
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How to Make Pie Dough From Scratch



How to make pie dough from scratch. What to do with pie dough scraps? Make cookies! Here’s how:

Old-fashioned basic pie dough. No fancy gadgets needed. We’ve experimented with all the modern variations from using the food processor to even adding vodka instead of water to our dough in our quest for the perfect dough. We’ve come full circle to a low tech method that relies on the butter being icy cold and our method of patting and turning the dough to create a tender-tasty-flaky crust. Fast, easy, not a lot of equipment to cleanup.

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No Bake Cherry Cheesecake



No bake cherry cheese cake is simple and delicious dessert. It is the most popular of the cheesecake families Get the full recipe at::

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Prize Winning Sour Cherry Pie



Created by a multi Blue Ribbon prize winner, this is a delicious and simple pie worthy of the best Sunday dinner!!

Marjorie Johnsons Pie Dough Recipe:
3 cups ap flour
1-1/2 tsp. salt
1-1/4 cups Crisco
1 egg
1 tblsp. vinegar OR lemon juice
5 tblsp. ice cold water
Combine salt and flour in a large bowl. Cut in Crisco until it is the size of small peas. Combine, egg, vinegar and 4 tblsp. of ice water together. Add this mixture 1 tblsp. at a time to the flour mixture, tossing with a fork with each addition. Add the 5th tblsp. of water if needed to dampen all the flour mixture. Gather mixture together. Divide in half and shape each into 5″ flat pancake size. Chill dough for 30 minutes or longer. Take one part and roll out 2″ larger than an inverted 9″ pie dish. Place dough over rolling pin and place in pie plate. Ease dough in the pie plate, trimming crust to around the edge. Add the cooled filling.

Filling:
2 cans No.2 (14.5oz) pitted sour cherries
1 cup juice (drained from canned cherries)
1-1/2 cups of sugar
1/3 cup corn starch
1/8 tsp. salt
1/4 tsp. almond extract
1/4 tsp. red food coloring—optional
2 tblsp. butter
Drain the red cherries, reserving 1 cup of the juice. In a sauce pan, place the 1 cup juice and add the sugar, cornstarch and salt. Cook on low heat stirring until it has thickened. Remove from heat, cool and add the cherries, almond extract and the red food coloring (if you choose to use the coloring) Pour into a 9″ unbaked pie crust and dot the top with the 2 tblsp. of butter.
Roll out the other crust and place over the cherry filling. Trim pie crust to 1/2 inch beyond the edge. Fold the extra edge of the top pie crust under the lower edge of the bottom pie crust. Seal thoroughly by pressing together on edge of pie. Flute edge of pie. Brush top with milk and sprinkle with sugar. Cut some slits in top crust to let steam out. Also the top crust can be cut in strips to make a lattice. Bake in preheated oven (425) for 15 minutes then turn the oven temp down to 375 and bake an additional 25 to 35 minutes until top is brown and juices start to bubble up through the slits. Place on a wire rack to cool. Enjoy!!!

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