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  • Rustic Primitive

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    Last edited by Annie M.; 12-08-2014, 03:29 PM.

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    Re: Rustic Primitive

    That is simply beautiful, and I bet they taiste great too! I would love to try that myself, how about your recipee?
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      Re: Rustic Primitive

      Thanks Annie,
      I think that you just added the perfect Pi?ce de r?sistance for my spread this Superbowl Sunday
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      • #4
        Re: Rustic Primitive

        Originally posted by Annie M.
        I would probably use a cookie sheet rather than straight on the bricks... or the 'resistance' might be the fight to get them off the deck... unless you enjoy that kind of thing of course
        Will do,
        I'll try a coookie sheet with a little shortening. That has worked great with most of my other trials .

        Thanks again.
        Last edited by Gulf; 01-31-2014, 08:57 PM.
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          Re: Rustic Primitive

          Gudday
          Flour butter water apples sugar and lemon juice. I trying to image the results, I recon it lets the apple be the hero.
          I've re-read the recipe a couple of times now, its all about the way you put it together. You have explained really well how the butter doesn't quite all melt into the flour like a crumble mixture and the importance of the cold iced water to keep that butter from melting into the flour.
          I'm printing this recipe out and I'm planning to try and get some old fashioned cooking apples from the farmers markets. Somehow I don't think the commercial Granny Smiths will do this justice.
          Thanks go the detailed recipe, can't wait to try it.
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          • #6
            Re: Rustic Primitive

            Sounds good, I found a similar recipe in a WFO book, so will give it a try
            Where can I find logs? I need more!
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