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Flaky Doughs from Around the World! — Part Two : America

When I posted my cornmeal cherry scones recipe, I casually added, “If you are making the batter by hand, cut the butter into the dry ingredients with your hands.”  My friend D imed me and said, “I want to make these … Continue reading

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Flaky Doughs from Around the World! — Part One : Southeast Asia

I’m often asked how to handle phyllo, puff pastry, and croissants and decided to investigate and experiment with layered doughs from around the world.  Part one starts with Roti Pratha or Roti Canai.  Whatever you call it, it’s a delicious … Continue reading Continue reading

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