Cast iron frying pans are versatile, durable, and remarkably cheap. While pans that have passed down for generations might have a whole lot of sentimental value, you can buy a brand new cast iron frying pan without shelling out much cash. But do you think of using one when you’re not frying up bacon?
Pie is such a perfect, happy marriage of flavors and textures: sweet, tart, or creamy filling layered over a rich, flaky crust. Keeping the crust from getting soggy and mushy, however, is a key part of pie making and what makes a really well-made pie stand out in the crowd.
Here are a few things that can be done to ensure that the crust you worked so hard to make bakes up nice and crisp.