it will be my 4th year making this: http://www.epicurious.com/recipes/food/views/Spiced-Pumpkin-Phyllo-Pie-355230 i replace the pumpkin with butternut squash- i find pumpkins to be hit or miss flavor wise, but butternut squashes are always good. the phyllo crust is the clincher for me, it gives it a texture akin to baklava with all the layers. it's traditional enough to satisfy the purists and just different enough for me.
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it does look like a lame, as sarah hope posted, except i have never seen one with ridges. oh and mimee25, it is a unitasker, however, it's quite useful, being curved, when you use it to create slashes on the bread, it gets under the dough, allowing for proper expansion of the bread during baking. most professional bread bakers use them.
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make ina garten's orange chocolate chunk cake (as seen here on smitten kitchen: http://smittenkitchen.com/2006/09/this-cake-has-a-hole-in-it/) so so so good.
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i made this bbq sauce a few months ago and now it is the only one i make. there is always a container of this sauce in the fridge for when a bbq craving hits.
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|7/24/09 1:13 PM|
one note about buying fresh roses: squeeze the base of the flower, if it is firm, it still has a good amount of life in it. if it is squishy, pass on it, as it will most likely die in a few days.
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