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  • The Play Dough is actually a little softer than the rest of the bar soap so it breaks down easily as you use it.

    More Whip-Up Love

  • This is my entry for bread baking day #05, hosted this time by Chelsea at Rolling in Dough, and initiated by Zorra.

    2008 January « Baking History

  • Dough is rolled out into thin discs and deep-fried to puffy, golden goodness.

    Archive 2007-05-01

  • Crazy Dough is fine, if ludicrously expensive ($2 for a slice of plain?), but Aventura was perfect.

    November 15th, 2004

  • Dough is What They Got « The United States of Jamerica Says:

    Matthew Yglesias » School Competition

  • This is my entry for Bread Baking Day #5, hosted this month by Rolling in Dough.

    Recipe: Chicken in Rosemary Bread (Κοτόπιτα)

  • Dough comes from an Indo-European root that meant “to form, to build,” and that also gave us the words figure, fiction, and paradise a walled garden.

    On Food and Cooking, The Science and Lore of the Kitchen

  • The Company is continuing preparation of the environmental permit and license applications for a third unit, Jane Dough, which is adjacent to the area currently being developed at the Nichols Ranch unit and which will share its infrastructure.

  • The California Department of Public Health urges people not to eat or handle recalled Dough-To-Go products.

    AroundTheCapitol.com

  • a new bakery called Dough will be offering something beyond the usual Greek sweets and pastries.

    blogTO

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