The Pie (Dough) Chart

Or, How to make the right amount of pie dough regardless of your pie pan size. If you’ve ever wound up with a bowl full of extra pie dough cut off the edge or had to roll your pie dough really thin to get it to fill the entire pan, this article is for you….

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Published:October 16, 2020 View Post

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Measuring Pie Dough Thickness

How do you measure the thickness of pie dough?

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Take a Quiz at My Nebraska Kitchen!

In March of 2019, My Nebraska Kitchen started offering a quiz question. Click on this link: https://mynebraskakitchen.com/wordpress/quizzes/ or select it from the main menu and from there you can browse through the archives to take the earlier ones. If you miss a question, don’t worry, we’re not keeping score!

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Published:March 23, 2019 View Post

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Getting Seeds to Stick to Bread

In a recent thread on My Nebraska Kitchen, the issue of how to get seeds to stick to bread came up. So, today I tried an experiment. I made a batch of Chicago-style hot dog buns (the KAF recipe), making 12 buns. (We like our buns a little smaller than what the recipe suggests.) I…

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Published:September 6, 2017 View Post

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Things they don’t tell you about home grain milling

A few years ago I received a Nutrimill machine as a Christmas present from my older son, along with a big bucket of soft red wheat berries.  As Christmas presents go, it’s probably been one of my favorites over the past 25 years, certainly one that opened up a new world for me. Milling my…

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Published:May 27, 2016 View Post

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