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A Quick Tip by ariajuliet

  • Nov 22, 2010
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I attempted to make a pie crust this weekend, and although it turned out fine. I has assest that the time and stress associated with making your own pie dough vs the cost of these frozen wonders doesn't compare. For $3.50 for two crusts, I think they are well worth it!
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I'm a graphic designer, originally from Hawaii and now I'm living it up in L.A.   I've been a vegetarian my entire life, but I am still obsessed with fast food, and I love eating … more
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These convenient frozen gourmet crusts bake up flakey and delicious.  Each package contains 2 crusts and this year they are boxed so that there is no unfolding involved. The pie crust costs $3.50 and is a butter only crust (no vegetable shortening) which means it is free of trans fat
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