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Never Fail Pie Crust I

Submitted by: Susan 
First, flour, salt and shortening are blended together. Then water, vinegar and egg is worked in. The manageable dough is then rolled out between sheets of waxed paper.  
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No Fail Pie Crust II

Submitted by: Molly 
Lard, baking powder, and vinegar combine with flour, water, and an egg to create the perfect dough for a tender, flaky pie crust. This easy recipe makes four roll-out-like-a-dream crusts. 
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Never Fail Pie Crust II

Submitted by: Mary Roahrig 
This is a no-roll pie crust 
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Never Fail Pie Crust III

Submitted by: PUDICAT 
This is the easiest pie shell ever! It never fails, and is so good! I have used it for years. Makes 4 single crusts. 
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No Fail Pie Crust III

Submitted by: Becky 
A wonderful pie crust which you just can't mess up on! This recipe makes enough for 4 single crusts. 
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Hot Water Pie Crust II

Submitted by: Ruth 
This recipe yields a tender, flaky pie crust every time. Flour, shortening, hot water, cornstarch, vinegar, and milk will help you do the trick. The dry ingredients are stirred into the liquid ingredients and the dough is rolled between sheets of waxed paper. This recipe yields two double crusts. 
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Miracle Baking Powder Pie Crust

Submitted by: Rocky 
My favorite crust for fruit pies. Always tender and flaky! 
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Perfect Pie Crust I

Submitted by: Sydney Lobaugh 
The dry ingredients are mixed together and cut into the shortening. The wet ingredients are mixed together and incorporated into the flour-shortening crumble. The pastry rolls out easily, bakes up perfectly, and makes three pastry shells. 
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Pie Crust VI

Submitted by: Norma Baker 
This pie dough recipe makes 4 single crusts. The shortening, eggs and water are mixed first, and the flour mixed in last. 
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Earthquake Pie Crust

Submitted by: Esther Kenagy 
Home Town: Worthington, Pennsylvania, USA
Living In: Beavercreek, Ohio, USA
You really have to shake rattle and roll to make this crust. What you 'll get is a perfect dough that 's simply made of flour, shortening, salt, baking powder and cold water. 
 
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