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  • n. Plural form of piecrust.


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  • If I want to know more about feeding dogs or piecrusts or polyphenols, I will scour the Internet, books, and more to find what I am looking for.

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  • Then we happily began cutting the butter with knives into our wheat-free piecrusts (yes, it can be done, and still be flaky).

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  • It's how I learned to make biscuits, piecrusts and cornbread.

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  • Mix and roll the dough, toss out the dough because “oops, somebody goofed,” mix up another batch, and finally roll out the finished piecrusts.

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  • After Amy finished her piecrusts, she gave me pointers while I was rolling mine.

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  • Learning how to make a piecrust has been one of my finest accomplishments in life, even though my piecrusts never end up looking like the photo in the cookbook.

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  • I could just picture her in a big white apron, her curly hair tucked under a cap, rolling out piecrusts.

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  • Unroll the piecrusts onto a lightly floured surface and use a 2-inch round cookie cutter to cut out 24 pastry circles.

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  • All aspects considered, though, this is my favorite of all piecrusts I've made-especially for a 2 crust pie (vs. open tart).

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  • I know trans-fats are currently considered a "bad thing," but I only make piecrusts five or six times a year, I figure that relatively small amount of trans-fat and since I make almost everything I eat, I have a good handle on how much trans-fat I eat is worth eating for the sake of a better pie.

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