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Cutting the Blocks
Try dipping in Evapo-Rust and then brushing with a toothbrush.I rinse and then blow it dry with my blowdryer just to make sure I get in all the little "hidden" areas.I recently cleaned attachments by putting them in a vinegar solution and THOROUGHLY rinsing them in boiling water; patting them dry and putting them in a baking dish in the oven on low.** Vinegar removes rust also. You just have to make sure you get it rinsed well. They are very clean and don't even smell like pickles.
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Flaky Pie Pastry Donna Rickman March 2011
1 lb. crisco
5 cups flour
1 tsp baking powder
Mix the previous 3 ingredients until crumbly.
Add 1 cup 7-UP or Sprite
Depending on the altitude where you live
you may need more or less....7Up/Sprite
You can play and play with this - if it starts to get stiff, just add a bit (1 tsp at a time) more 7-up and mix, roll on a floured surface quite thin. Bake at the temperature required