Fat Fact: The colder and harder the fat, the flakier
Using more water for the liquid will make a tougher cracker; using more shortening will make it flakier
and crisper, and more flavorful, at the cost of putting more fat in your diet.
John Hollow, mill operations supervisor, admits he was skeptical about Nordberg's claim that the WF produced a flakier
, or sliver-like, product which would be more amenable to grinding in a ball mill than the normal pebble feed.
The result is a product that produces flakier
pastries, smoother sauces and more savory seafood, meats and vegetables.
They want him to spread that winning mentality to a dressing room, which in recent years has become flakier
than an ice cream van full of 99s.
The thick, baked pastry is a world away from the lighter, flakier
texture which befits a dessert pairing a savoury casing with the rich goodies within.
The Citizens' defence looked flakier
than Joe Hart before his Head and Shoulders deal in the first half of the season, but they've tightened up recently and are yet to concede a goal since the turn of the year.
Prepare yourself for a day when your defences can be just a little flakier
Add one teaspoon of oil if you like your paratha flakier
Ogilvy has a better record at finishing things off than the flakier
Allenby and at 8-1 he must have every chance of adding to his first-time-out victory at Kapalua.
In formulas that use larger pieces of fat, the fat remains dispersed throughout the dough after mixing and creates flakier
Quinn believes it is a lesson some of his flakier
colleagues would be well advised to learn from.
Raising four small children clearly equipped her to cope with tears and tantrums from flakier
Bonuses - not just in the City, they are popping up in the flakier
reaches of the Civil Service - didn't rate a mention at all.
The longer the cold fat pieces can remain intact before melting, the flakier
the finished baked good will become.