On the 11th a good deal of "piecrust" cut down the day's march to eight and a half miles.
Patches of softer "piecrust" were met but only lasted for two or three miles.
Cover with piecrust dough and bake in oven for about eighteen minutes.
She's stiff and hard and proud as piecrust, but I think she's right at bottom.
Next day the piecrust was so bad that, despite the lessened load, we only covered twelve miles.
I harnessed-in for five miles over light, unpacked snow, with piecrust underneath.
Cover with a piecrust half an inch thick and bake until the crust is done.
Today Queen Anne chairs and piecrust tables grace the parlor.
They are little, round, puffy balls made of something like piecrust, and they are hollow.