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Old 05-21-2016, 03:48 PM   #9
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Thanks for sharing this recipe; sounds yummy! I'm going to give it a try today.

For pie crust, I still use lard. I can taste the difference. I learned from my mom & that's what she used. Though not all stores still carry lard.

I throw ice cubes into the water & stick the glass in the freezer 1st thing before I begin doing anything so the water is real cold.

When I was 5th grade, I made pie crust for the 1st time on my own. In my family, if you are good at doing something, then you get that job for life. LOL...my family liked the dough I made so it's been my job ever since. It's always my sister's job to make the frybread...mine turn out to be good Frisbees!
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