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Old 11-22-2010, 10:18 AM   #11
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Selkie, thanks for the clarification. I've only ever made pie crust with lard only. Thinking the cream cheese and butter were replacing the fat I just went with the way I make mine with lard alone. I may have to try this at some point but not this holiday! Family will be upset with me if I don't make Granpa's recipe!

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Need method for this recipe please --this might should go in techniques instead of pies and pastries. sorry if i got it wrong-- i have a pie crust recipe i requested from someone, oh about 8 years ago. i put ingreds and amounts, but i did not put the directions. please tell me the right technique for incorportating these ingreds for a pie crust. i remember loving her crust, but i sure didnt write the directions!!! 3 c. flour 2 small cream cheese 3 sticks blue bonnet marjarine (to the best of your knowledge or educated guessing abilities, please fill in the blank on how to incorporate the ingreds and bake it). i always have done store bought crust and have never made my own. i have never really cared for crust, except for this persons. i remember it to this day, buttery and flakey. not boring & blah like i have always perceived crusts. thanks for yalls input. there are many, many wise peeps on this forum. happy thanksgiving!!! 3 stars 1 reviews
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