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Anna Maria went down by way of the skirting-board and a window shutter to the kitchen to steal the dough.
She borrowed a small saucer, and scooped up the dough with her paws.
First they smeared him with butter, and then they rolled him in the dough.
She had--with a feeling of self-satisfaction--just taught Lukerya how to mix the dough, when her six-year-old grandson Misha, wearing an apron and with darned stockings on his crooked little legs, ran into the kitchen with a frightened face.
King John Dough had brought for Ozma's birthday present a lovely gingerbread crown, with rows of small pearls around it and a fine big pearl in each of its five points.
Dat be ver strange," said the king; "for me know and hears good deal of your people, dough me no live among dem; and me have often hear dat sham is de consequence and de cause too of many of your rewards.
Like leavened dough layest thou, thy soul arose and swelled beyond all its bounds.
In a moment he had so kneaded together the social dough that the drawing room became very lively, and there was a merry buzz of voices.
FOR THE VANILLA DOUGH: 500g plain flour 300g unsalted butter, at room temperature, diced 150g icing sugar 2 tsp vanilla extract 2 free-range egg yolks FOR THE CHOCOLATE DOUGH: 290g plain flour 30g cocoa powder 180g unsalted butter, at room temperature, cut into cubes 90g icing sugar 2 free-range egg yolks EXTRAS: The left-over egg whites for gluing the dough together Pinch of salt Pastry brush METHOD: To make the vanilla dough, sift the flour into a bowl.
Place the flour, yeast, salt and eggs in the bowl of a kitchen mixer fitted with a dough hook.
Place your flour, potato flakes, salt, yeast and rosemary in the bowl of an electric mixer with a dough hook attached.
Keep doing this until you have a fairly tight dough ball at which point the air has been squeezed out which will ensure an even crumb in your finished loaf.