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Audrey ate one at my house and then another one on the plane and they said it held up as well as you’d expect a pastry in a ziploc bag in a backpack. I ate two despite severely overestimating how much butter my lactose intolerant stomach can stomach.
So when I went to visit Maddie in Philadelphia, we decided to take on one of the most consistently challenging recipes on the show: Pastry. ) we came through this challenge with our selves and our friendship unscathed. Use the pastry blender to cut the butter into the flour, until you have a relatively uniform crumbly mixture of flour and butter. Once you have a flat sheet (it’ll still be piecey, but you’ve just gotta trust the dough that it’s gonna work out), fold it in thirds like you would if you were folding a letter.
Y’all, I’m not even sure I entirely knew what constituted a pastry until now. Y’all, this is Maddie writing now, and I would just like to add that usually, when I’m cooking or baking, I work alone. Arrange the flour/butter mixture into a mound of sorts with a little divot, like a volcano with a crater at the very top. This is the process called “lamination” – it’s how the layers develop. By the second or third turn, your dough should finally look like the pastry dough you’ve been imagining: a smooth and flexible sheet that doesn’t stick to anything or itself. We went the savory pastry route, using this recipe as inspiration. They were a littttle greasy (remember how there are 3 sticks of butter in this recipe?
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