Pie crusts are pretty intimidating if you’re an at-home baker with little experience, since there’s a lot of science behind making them. A perfectly flaky crust that’s golden brown—not charred and black along the edges—requires careful attention, a foolproof recipe, and some decent baking skills.

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If the thought of creating your own pie crust makes you nervous, skip the stress altogether with a little vodka. And no, I don’t mean drink it while you’re baking. Add it to your dough, and your crusts won’t crumble in the worst possible ways… more


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