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baked sour cherry piePastry for a 9-inch Two-crust Pie
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French Buttercream
American Buttercream
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Homemade Corn Tortillas
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Pumpkin Purée

Posted on Dec 1st, 2012 - By Dirty Laundry Kitchen - 2 Comments

Preheat oven to 400° F. Split pumpkin in half. Scoop out the seeds and loose fibers. Place in a large roasting pan flesh side to the pan. Pour  ⅛…

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homemade pita bread fresh

Homemade Pita Bread

Posted on Dec 2nd, 2012 - By Dirty Laundry Kitchen - 2 Comments

One of the first breads I really mastered was homemade pita bread, and for good reason. It's really simple, and for fresh bread, it's also quite…

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brioche in pan

Brioche

Posted on Feb 1st, 2013 - By Dirty Laundry Kitchen - 2 Comments

Making bread is always an adventure. And this recipe has tripped me up in the past. It's a good reminder to read all recipes carefully well in…

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tart in pan

Pâte Sablée (Sweet Tart Dough)

Posted on Aug 4th, 2013 - By Dirty Laundry Kitchen - 2 Comments

Pâte Sablée (Sweet Tart Dough) is another repertoire recipe that's a good one to know. It's different from regular Pastry Dough due to the higher…

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sour cherry pie ready for oven

Pastry Dough for a Two-crust 9-inch Pie

Posted on Oct 16th, 2013 - By Dirty Laundry Kitchen - 2 Comments

I've been making this Pastry Dough for a Two-crust 9-inch Pie (from Fannie Farmer) FOREVER. There are lots of great pastry doughs out there, and…

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hollandaise sauce

Hollandaise Sauce

Posted on Dec 10th, 2013 - By Dirty Laundry Kitchen - 1 Comment

Ah Hollandaise Sauce, so simple, yet so tricky. Why do you tempt us so with your lemon butter goodness and very few ingredients only to break and…

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reheating poached eggs

Poached Eggs

Posted on Dec 10th, 2013 - By Dirty Laundry Kitchen - 8 Comments

I hear all the time how daunting poached Eggs are, and how they're only something to make for one person or two, because they take too long to make,…

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guacamole with sweet potato tortillas

Guacamole

Posted on Dec 26th, 2013 - By Dirty Laundry Kitchen - 2 Comments

For a tamale party, you’re going to need lots of snacks and drinks, so Guacamole is a must. It’s a serious crowd pleaser and you get to eat…

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tamales chicken chile lime

Tamale Assembly

Posted on Jan 26th, 2014 - By Dirty Laundry Kitchen - 0 Comments

It's finally time for Tamale Assembly. You did all the prep. You bought all the ingredients. It's time to make the margaritas, await your guests, and…

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Coeur a la creme with fresh berries

Mold-Free Coeur à la Crème

Posted on Feb 14th, 2014 - By Dirty Laundry Kitchen - 15 Comments

Just the way you want Coeur à la Crème, right? Without the mold? Not that there’s anything wrong with mold, in the right contexts, but in this…

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Smoky, Spicy Homemade Buttermilk Dressing for tomato, radish salad

Smoky, Spicy Buttermilk Dressing

Posted on Jun 12th, 2014 - By Dirty Laundry Kitchen - 2 Comments

When I know I’m going to serve my guests something like the Seriously Good Extra Crispy Fried Chicken I’m about to unleash on my Updated Southern…

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flaky buttery food processor buttermilk biscuits hot

Pantry Tips: Buttermilk in a Pinch

Posted on Jun 25th, 2014 - By Dirty Laundry Kitchen - 0 Comments

What do you do when you really want Flaky, Buttery, Food Processor Buttermilk Biscuits, but you're out of buttermilk? Dirty Laundry Kitchen Pantry…

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Blackberry Sage Refrigerator Jam

Blackberry Sage Refrigerator Jam

Posted on Jun 27th, 2014 - By Dirty Laundry Kitchen - 3 Comments

I love preserving, but when it comes to jam, I tend to make refrigerator jam for a variety of reasons. This week, my Blackberry Sage Refrigerator Jam…

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Chestnut Sticky Buns

Chestnut Sticky Buns

Posted on Feb 13th, 2015 - By Dirty Laundry Kitchen - 11 Comments

Chestnut Sticky Buns, Barrett? Why are you messing with perfection? It’s a reasonable question, I agree. I have a reasonable answer though. I…

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