From baking a cake to dusting worktops for rolling pastry this stainless steel Flour Sifter is just the job. Made from durable stainless steel it has an...... more
From baking a cake to dusting worktops for rolling pastry this stainless steel Flour Sifter is just the job. Made from durable stainless steel it has an easy-squeeze trigger and produces perfectly sifted flour every time.
Advantages: Low price, vegetarian friendly. Disadvantages: Lacking in flavour.
...I love the combination of cheese and baked beans especially on jacket potatoes so I had high hopes of this puff pastry slice. At 90p for a good sized [180g] slice, it also sounded good value for money.
It's a chilled product, found in the store with other pies and slices. Being already cooked, you can eat it straight away for your lunch if you like. I haven't tried this as I really can...
Advantages: Great pastry, inexpensive, comfortable to use Disadvantages: Only really good for blending fat into flour
...I like pies.
Whether chicken pies (using leftovers from a roast), lemon meringue pies for a special occasion (using fresh locally grown lemons from Cyprus), or mince pies (with home-made mincemeat) during December, there?s something special about pastry above or around a filling.
However, making pastry was a chore.
I hate getting my hands messy. To make pastry, one first has to blend flour...
Advantages: It makes lovely looking lattice pastry Disadvantages: Nothing
...I enjoy making pies and cakes and baking of all sorts though I don?t do it so much now as I used to do years ago. I like to make nice things that look pretty and attractive and I find it peaceful when I am alone in my kitchen and happily making decorations for cakes and pastries.
I saw a programme on the television with Delia Smith and she was making some mince pies with a special pastry...