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  • Here is why: The vast majority of food processor dough recipes tell you to pulse the butter with the flour until it forms coarse or pea-like bits, and then add the water and pulse it until “just combined”.

    pie crust 102: all butter, really flaky pie dough | smitten kitchen

  • The vast majority of food processor dough recipes tell you to pulse the butter with the flour until it forms coarse or pea-like bits, and then add the water and pulse it until “just combined”.

    pie crust 102: all butter, really flaky pie dough | smitten kitchen

  • Wisteria's hanging bunches of pea-like flowers bring a feeling of affluence and style wherever you find them – as with all the best plants, they are always in fashion.

    Archive 2008-05-01

  • The pink-red or white flowers of this papilionaceous (pea-like flowered) legume are unusually large (5-10 cm in length and about 3 cm wide before opening); this novelty may be the principal reason for grandiflora having been distributed by man throughout the tropics and subtropics.

    Chapter 10

  • Katuk is delicious; after chewing a raw leaf or stem tip a few times you can notice a pea-like or nutty flavor.

    2: Vegetables and small fruits in the tropics

  • This papilionaceous (pea-like flowered) legume bears racemes of 4-20 yellow flowers that may be lightly to heavily streaked with purple.

    Chapter 46

  • Pink to lavender pea-like flowers, 15 mm long, appear in short, dense racemes or panicles in the late spring.

    Chapter 29

  • The shrubs have no thorns and produce profuse masses of fragrant white pea-like flowers in early spring, making them attractive ornamental plants.

    Chapter 21

  • Poir. is a tree that grows to 8-10 m in height The pink-red or white flowers of this papilionaceous (pea-like flowered) legume are unusually large (5-10 cm in length and about 3 cm wide before opening); this novelty may be the principal reason for grandiflora having been distributed by man throughout the tropics and subtropics.

    Chapter 49

  • -- A charming and graceful evergreen shrub, whose slender branches are covered with small pea-like flowers in May.

    Gardening for the Million

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