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Old 06-08-2005, 03:29 AM   #11
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TY all for your ideas and help AND Michael forgive me if I am wrong but from reading your post, it sounds a little sarcastic. I appreciate your looking but you really didn't need to make a special trip to the freezer. Sooner or later I would have checked it out myself, and I actually did before reading what you wrote.

As for ground chicken, it gave me an excuse to buy another toy. Have already purchased a nice grinder online. :) Hopefully will be here in a week. Use to have one but it was an old clunker that you hand turned.
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Old 06-10-2005, 01:11 AM   #12
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Sorry IcyMist ... sometimes my dry humor comes out a little too dry.
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Old 10-08-2008, 04:08 PM   #13
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Can someone tell me where I can find Phyllo dough? I have looked at albertsons, wal-mart, and brookshires to no avail. Michael, I also live in the Ft worth area (weatherford) hopefully you can give me something specific. Maybe I just need to drive into the city to find a grocer that carries it?
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Old 10-08-2008, 04:48 PM   #14
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Frankie - my old Albertson's (I-30 at Ridgmar/Ridglea exit on the west side of town) used to keep it in the frozen food section next to the frozen breakfast stuff (Egg-Os, waffels, pancakes, etc.) with the frozen bread and pie crusts - second from the bottom shelf. TomThumb and Kroger had it in similar locations - and a friend of mine in Benbrook found it at Brookshires. I haven't noticed it at WalMart - but I really haven't looked for it there.

If you can't find it - grab a kid stocking the shelves or a manager and ask!

Oh, yeah - there are alternative terms for the same thing:

phyllo = phyllo dough = filo = filo dough = fillo = fillo dough = phyllo pastry leaves = phylo = phylo dough = phylo pastry leaves = filo pastry leaves = fillo pastry leaves
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Old 10-08-2008, 05:31 PM   #15
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Does anyone know about how many sheets of phyllo dough are in one of those boxes from Pepperidge Farm?

I have 2 different appetizer recipes that I want to test out and one box of phyllo dough.

One recipe uses 4 sheets -- Chicken Cigars
Second recipe uses 8 sheets -- Spicy Chicken Rolls

I know they sound a lot alike, but am making them at same time to see if one is liked over the other.
You'll still have half a box left over. I don't think Pepperidge farm makes the phyllo dough, however. That's some greek company, like 'athenos' or something. They come in similar packages and are usually in the same section of the supermarket.
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