Explain 3-2-1 pie dough?
3 parts flour,2 parts fat,1 part water and a litlle bit of salt.
by lisasuniquevoice 10 years ago
What makes pasta dough different from bread dough, or pie dough?
by love2life 13 years ago
Should I try to get him back, and get married in next 2 years?He has set up a joint bank account and did house shopping with me. But after that, when I asked to get married, he said "he is not ready", after Then he broke up with me...
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by Helena Ricketts 10 years ago
What is your favorite bread recipe?I make bread all the time, never buy it at the store so I'm always on the lookout for good bread recipes!
by nelsonmichaelr 11 years ago
Explain how quick bread dough differ from batters?Baking
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