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Women S All Day Fleece Hooded Sweatshirt A New Day Burgundy
Bring cozy style to your cool-weather staples with this Hooded All Day Fleece Sweatshirt from A New Day™. A casual silhouette lends itself to a comfortable fit while an ultra-soft fabric with banded cuffs offers you a nice cozy feel for breezy days and nights. Plus the long-sleeve sweatshirt is designed with a hooded neckline for extra warmth. Just slip into your favorite pair of jeans and cool kicks for a go-to laid-back ensemble. Color: Burgundy. Gender: female. Age Group: adult. Pattern: Solid. Material: Cotton.
David Rankin: If you have ever tried to bake a single crusted pie shell from fresh unfrozen dough, you have no doubt been treated to your pie dough slipping down the side of the pan and puffing up in the center during baking. By pricking the unbaked dough with a fork and using aluminum foil containing these ceramic marbles your baked crust turns out as expected.
Debra Schiff "http://hereandthere123.blogspot...: I use the pie weights when I "blind" bake pie shells before filling them. They do a fine job of keeping the pie dough where it should be while it bakes.
fatal_degree: My sister loves to make desserts and prides herself on her perfectly balanced pies.....thin, flaky, EVEN crusts that are cooked to perfection. She had a couple sets of these already and has requested more as a gift. I bought her two packs for Christmas and she was very pleased to have more. She thinks they work very well.Her pies always taste hatefully perfect......I'm not allowed to cook for family gatherings anymore.
Glenna Hollern: This was the first time I ever used pie weights. could not believe how nice they worked. keep up the good work.
Graves: Ceramic pie weights-welll if you don't know these are used when you blind bake a pie crust-that means bake it without any filling to get the crust started before you put on the filling to prevent it from puffing up. sounds like a good idea, and for cooking it is a good idea to weight down the crust BUT I really don't see a point in buying a bunch of beads that do nothing else. You can just as easily use ANY object, an old bike chain even. These just sit in a draw and take up space until you bake.So I don't like the idea of beads BUT it gets worse with these. the packet is no where near enough to cover the basic 9 inch pie shell so if you do use weights, and buy this packet, you'll need a few packets AND there is a serious question if they are giving you what you're paying for. The packet says it is one pound but as several reviewers here have noted their packets had substancially less than a pound in it. assuming the company is making an honest mistake that means their quality checks are badly lacking.IF you can use weights and enjoy them great. Every cook has those tools that they love BUT if you are just getting into this then don't bother. This is a one trick pony htat will take up a lot of space for little use. If you do go with beads anyway-get some from another source where you can actually see and measure them before you lay out you cash.