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Aim high for a natural pie

15th January, 2015

It’s the weather that dictates what you want for your supper – well, at least that’s what influences me. These chilly evenings, I crave comforting foods, deep-filled and unctuous, and for me it’s all in the description. When you bake a pie, even the word pie is comforting, with its connotations of crispy topping and luscious, creamy filling.

Now, the idea of making your own puff pastry may not...

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