Ever since I was a kid, crisps have been one of my favourite desserts. So, when I started cooking, I decided I wanted to learn how to make my own! My first crisp was so runny it was like soup! But I practiced and practiced until I came up with my own, delicious recipe.
I usually make this without any formal recipe, so the measurements aren't exact...
"During the hard winter of 1880 and 1881, the supply trains could not get through to De Smet until May. Then Pa bought white flour, sugar, dried apples and other badly needed supplies. The Ingalls family decided to invite Mr. and Mrs. Boast to have Christmas dinner in May. While Ma stewed the dried apples, Laura and Mary picked the stems from some dried raisins to put in the pie. Try adding some raisins to this old recipe for dried apple pie."
This recipe is taken from a 1905 sixteenth edition of the Blue Ribbon Cook Book. The measurements of the yeast and flour are not exact, so use your own discretion. Also, ignore the servings because I'm not sure how many buns this recipe makes.
I got this recipe from Graceland's Table, a cookbook with Elvis-inspired recipes. This particular recipe is from Elvis' Kitchen - The King actually ate this!
The chicken is delicious when fried in butter and gets a lovely crust on the outside...Tastes like the South!
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