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By Marcy Goldman

The up-to-date version of a kitchen vintage, now with 30 new recipes for favourite savory vacation dishes

Keep age-old vacation traditions alive and begin scrumptious new ones with A Treasury of Jewish vacation Baking, nominated for a Julia baby Cookbook Award. specialist pastry chef and writer, Marcy Goldman has lovingly assembled a finished selection of easy-to-follow, time-tested recipes from one of many world's nice baking traditions, from candy raisin challah for Rosh Hashanah to apricot-filled Hamantaschen for Purim and velvety Shabbat marble cake. Now convey the heat of the vacations into your home with hundreds of thousands of easy-to-follow, time-tested recipes, bound to convey again outdated thoughts and create new ones.

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Slowly and carefully, pick up one of the longer strips from the center (use the dough scraper to help you), and lay it across the middle of your pie. 4. Now take a second long strip and lay it in the opposite direction across the top of your pie, so you have a cross on top. 5. Pick up another of the longer strips, and lay it parallel to one of the others already on top of the pie. 36 6. Still working with your longer strips, lay another in the opposite direction of the last one, parallel to its neighbor strip.

And so I entire life and I was able to see first-hand that I still get busy baking. 42 MS. AMERICAN PIE Pie Recipes to Heal Apple Homemade Caramel Marionberry Peach Crumble Cherry Pumpkin Brownie Cinnamon Lemon Chess Chocolate Cheesecake APPLE This is my signature pie. Apple is the first pie I ever learned how to make—when caught stealing apples from an orchard in Washington State and the owner turned out to be a retired pastry chef. It’s the first pie that Mary Spellman taught me to make when I worked for her at Mary’s Kitchen in Malibu.

I like to think of rolling dough as a dance; stay fluid in your motions. Also, put a little body weight into it so you can really stretch your dough. Too little pressure won’t get your dough to roll thin; too much pressure will mangle your dough. Try it out, get a feel, don’t be afraid to experiment. + Keep your workspace clean. Take the time to scrape the gunk off gin Before you Be your rolling surface as well as your rolling pin. This is another one of those “insurance policies” to keep your dough from sticking.

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