Mix one pound of self-raising flour with four ounces of chopped suet, preferably vegetable, and a pinch of salt.
Make a nice, but not too rich, crust from vegetable lard and self-raising flour.
Guthrie was rising in the middle of it like a lump of self-raising dough.
"Don't talk like a package of self-raising buckwheat flour," said Del Delano.
A good crust is made from self-raising flour, butter, and an egg.
As I remember the story, they first fed the horse with self-raising flour, and then gave him a pail of water to drink.
Make a nice suet crust with finely chopped or shredded suet, self-raising flour, and water.
Then sift in gradually one breakfastcupful of self-raising flour and mix thoroughly.
He had been inoculated with the yeast of it, and from that point onward would be self-raising.
The next time, Thad said, they would carry the self-raising kind of flour along, when they would be sure of having light bread.
mid-14c., "an act of elevating," verbal noun from raise (v.). Specifically in American English, "the erecting of a building," by 1650s.
RAISING. In New England and the Northern States, the operation or work of setting up the frame of a building. [Webster, 1830]