cooking tip

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hello everyone,
just saw a great baking tip from my favourite vblog host Chef John from foodwishes.blogspot.ca.  it was in a biscuit recipe that he was cutting butter into.  well not really cutting which was the trick.  he used a mostly frozen stick of butter and used a cheese grater to grate the butter into small little shavings. it was brilliant and i wanted to share it with you guys. as you can see from the screenshot of the video the butter was grated into tiny pieces that you could cut directly into the mix.  I know that i’m going to have to try this for my next batch. if you want to see the action replay here is the post address:
http://foodwishes.blogspot.ca/2015/04/whole-grain-blueberry-scones-because.html
it should be a real time saver and much easier than cutting in cold butter with 2 knives.
take care
normand

Normand

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