No tedious sifting, friends, just dip a dry (did you hear that? DRY!) nested measuring cup into the bag of flour. What’s that? You need several cups of flour and would like to use something other than a dry nested measuring cup? I don’t know…Betty, what say you? Betty? Are you there?
First question, who uses a wet measuring cup to measure flour?
Second, what if you use a knife to level the flour? Will that somehow void the warranty??
These questions and more plague the modern baker. Story at 11.
So, here we have another slip out of a Gold Medal Flour bag, this one from a 10 pound bag and therefore worth 4 coupons toward the lovely silverware. As per usual, the slip includes several recipes, just in case someone randomly bought a bag of flour without knowing what to do with it. :-) The recipes on side one include a basic pie crust recipe, Nut Brown Glazed Apple Pie, and Cherry Pie. The Nut Brown Glazed Apple Pie sounds pretty good with it’s walnut topping, but I think I’d follow Gram’s recipe for cherry pie instead of this one. Just my two cents.
Please feel free to right click and copy/paste into your word processing program to enjoy all these 1965 vintage Betty Crocker recipes.