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Oct 10, 2018
I can’t even imagine going through a hurricane like that. Please keep them in your prayers.
Oct 8, 2018
I ask because, This is the first time, I ever used King Arthur flour to make piecrust. I seem to be having an issue with it. Yesterday, I made apple crisp with it. I had an issue with that as well. I was having a harder time making the crumble for the pie. I was having a hard time rolling out my dough today. I love using it for cakes and brownies. But, I usually use Pillsbury flour for my pies crust and crumbles. There is definitely a different consistency to it. I am definitely not going to use it for my pies again. It is kind of funny. I never knew where my piecrust recipe came from. My mother had it. I just looked up pie crust on their website. It is the same exact piecrust that I make. They mention buttermilk powder in thier recipe. I have never used that. I also use a food processor to make mine. They do not.