How-to's

Pastry Shell Prebaking

After placing pastry in the pie plate and fluting edges, line unpricked shell with a double thickness of heavy-duty foil or parchment paper. If desired, fill with dried beans, uncooked rice or pie…

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Patting a Crust into a Pan

Transfer the dough or crumb mixture to a greased pan and spread evenly. Press into the pan, using your fingers. Make sure to go into the corners and along the sides.

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Peeling

Placing your thumbs on the fruit or vegetable, move the blade of a paring or utility knife toward you.

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Peeling a Pearl Onion

In a Dutch oven or large kettle, bring 6 cups water to a boil. Add pearl onions; boil for 3 minutes.

Drain and rinse in cold water; peel and set aside.

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Peeling and Deveining Shrimp

Start on the underside by the head area to remove shell from shrimp. Pull legs and first section of shell to one side. Continue pulling shell up around the top and to the other side. Pull off…

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Peeling Fresh Garlic

Using the blade of a chef's knife, crush garlic clove. Peel away skin. Chop or mince as directed in the recipe.

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Peeling Peaches

Place peaches in a large pot of boiling water for 10-20 seconds or until the skin splits.

Remove with a slotted spoon. Immediately place in an ice water bath to cool the peaches and stop…

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Penalty Flag Party Favors

Take out your frustration by throwing your own penalty flags at the television! Start with squares of inexpensive yellow fabric. Place a mini Styrofoam, ball in the center of each. Wrap the…

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Peppers (hot red)

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Perfect Crepes Every Time

Lift the pan from heat when you add batter. This will keep the batter from cooking too fast and allow it to coat the bottom of the skillet evenly. Tilt the pan quickly to spread batter in a thin…

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