Slice your pears about 1/4 in thick and layer them in your pie crust.Mix all of your dry ingredients and sprinkle generously over the layer of pears.Continue layering the pears and dry ingredients until your pie crust is filled.Add the top crust and crimp the edges. Cut a few slits in the crust to serve as vents.
Like my & 39;labor& 39; cakes, I doubt the effectiveness of these cookies as lactation aids. However, they are delicious, so why not give them a go?If you want to make this egg or dairy free, replace the egg with 1/4 cup oil or more flax seeds and replace the butter with margarine. The cookies will be flatter and less chewy, but still tasty.
Get your tea cup and fill it with a little more than half way with waterPour it in your kettle and Heat it at highUsing cardamom for this tea but you can use ginger as wellOpen up the cardamom and use just the seedsOnce the water is boiling add your teaLet it boil a lil before adding milk.I don& 39;t have any measurement for milk.
Paint nails a light green, keeping your ring finger white.Here is a great striper :)Add some branches with your striper.Here add the bangs. Simply add two curves from the middle out :)Fill it in all the way if you want. I left some white to look more like hair.Start your cherry blossoms, and add pink dots with a dotting tool.
These are the steaks we got from BJ& 39;s (they have great ribeye steaks!)Gather the suppliesPut the steaks on a plate to season themEvenly and liberally coat the steaks in the salt - front and backWrap and refrigerate for at least 1 hourAfter an hour, prep your grill! Grill temp should be around 500-600°In the meantime, put a small amount of the oil onto one side of the steakCheck the heat.
Gather Tan and other colors of clay, ball tools, glazes and jewelry findings.Start by making small balls of tan clay.Take one ball of clay...Flatten it down a bit with your finger, then poke a hole through the middle.It should look like this.Take a smaller ball of brown clay...Roll it into a perfect sphereFlatten it with your finger.