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Latest Comments
  • suzygoose
    Re: Types of Pastry
    I have never seen samosas made with filo. While the dough is thin it is very different from filo. I have made both and the process is very different.
    1 October 2020
  • Jack
    Re: How to Make Perfect Short Crust Pastry
    Would you please provide the links for: 1. Apple tart or galette crust 2. Apple pie crust 3. Can an enriched…
    12 September 2020
  • Smithy
    Re: Types of Pastry
    Have you a recipe for hard pastry used for encasing joints of meat and poultry before baking in an oven at low temperature? I think it is called…
    27 December 2019
  • vin
    Re: Making Fruit Pies and Crumbles
    i make crumble with corn corn flakes i make them into crumbs and the whole thing taste nice
    17 December 2019
  • Pullingers Pastries
    Re: Types of Pastry
    yes i like it crusty but also a bit moist. i think it adds the fun if it's smooth and moist. i don't really like it if it is flaky. it also needs a…
    15 October 2019
  • cgngjhg v
    Re: Types of Pastry
    what is the difference between flaky pastry and rough puff pastry
    20 June 2019
  • Rakel
    Re: Types of Pastry
    Pastry is kinda complicated but at some point it's under stood thanos for the information that helps us learn
    11 December 2018
  • Charlies daad left
    Re: Types of Pastry
    My dad left to the shop to get some pastry five years ago, has anyone seen him??
    6 December 2018
  • Mynanhasabbc
    Re: Types of Pastry
    MY NAN has some nice pastry if someone wants some
    6 December 2018
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