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Room Temperature Ingredients, Not Humidity, Are the Real Enemies of Pie Dough

You may have heard that a humid kitchen can adversely affect your pie dough, making it wet and sticky, but it’s actually the temperature of your ingredients and equipment that are to blame. Read more...
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