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This poem for The Queen from 7-year-old Lincoln in Carlisle has brought a tear to so many eyes. You asked to hear it again, so here it is… More... | By BBC Radio Cumbria Cumbria, Lincoln, Carlisle, Many Eyes, Bbc Radio, The Queen, Bbc, Year Old, Bring It On
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This poem for The Queen from 7-year-old Lincoln in Carlisle has brought a tear to so many eyes. You asked to hear it again, so here it is… More... | By BBC CumbriaFacebook
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Martha Makes a Sour Cherry Slab Pie | Typically made with an apple filling, Martha's version uses sour cherries instead, although it also works well with blueberries. Get the recipe here:... | By Martha Stewart | Have you ever heard of a slab pie? Well, it's traditionally made with apples but today we're going to make it with tart sour cherries. These are from my cherry trees and the whole slab pie is baked in a sheet pan and you don't need utensils to eat it. You'd start by preheating your oven to 375 degrees. You're going to need your pie crust already rolled out in the bottom of a sheet pan like this. Your pie crust of course can be made and rolled out in advance. So, six cups of pitted sour cherries these are the real sour cherries I always put a little bit of lemon juice with my sour cherries even though they're tart the lemon juice kind of brings out their flavor so the juice of half a lemon for six cups of cherries and sugar 1 cup to one 1/ 2 cups depending on you and to thicken those very juicy juices of these tart sour cherry four tablespoons of cornstarch will give you a nice clear juice in your slab pie so we're going to do four tablespoons two. Three. And stir this in, it will dissolve in the juices of the cherries. You don't want any big lumps of cornstarch in there and of course, a large pinch of salt. And that's that and now this goes right into the rolled out crust. But you can do this with apricots, you can do it with peaches, you can do it with blueberries, you could you can make slab pies, a whole batch of em if you're going on a have a great big picnic. The cherry should be basically one crowded layer and that's why six cups is just right. And now roll out the top And you should do this right on big flowered surface. Now, a great big piece of pastry like this is sometimes a little bit difficult to roll out. If the pastry is well made, it will crack less and if it's too dry, you're going to have a lot of trouble with it. So, just get the pie crust recipe right on the web. This pie crust is all butter. It's a paprise called the perfect pie crust. Now, to get it onto the tart, it self just fold it in half like that gently lift it and place it on top the cherries and you just have to work with this stuff fearlessly because if you're fearless it's going to work if you're afraid it's going to completely be a disaster so now I press this all around with my thumbs and then I take a pair of scissors and I trim leaving about a quarter of an inch. This will make a little rolled edge and all of the excess pastry by the way will make a very nice bunch of little jam tarts so this can be just tucked this way see what I'm doing I'm tucking it down like that pinching while I'm going along because you don't want the cherry juices dripping out but I think this is going to be okay because the whole idea of this is that it's fast and easy now if I yes there's my knife you could kind of outline this not cutting through. But almost like this giving you guidelines for cutting your slab into squares once it's baked. This is pretty. Notice I start in the middle that gives you an even design and then you divide that into by going to the middle and again And then if you want you can prick with a fork. Make little steam holes. And then glaze it with heavy cream two tablespoons of heavy cream and a soft brush and you can just glaze this if you want to make a lot of these you can make all of them just like this don't glaze it wrap it with plastic wrap put it in the refrigerator or even in the freezer unbaked until shortly before your picnic your party and then bake them all off at the same time now just pop that into a 375 degree oven from 40 minutes to 55 minutes until it's a beautiful color now here's one notice it dripped over the edge just a little bit there and you can cut it like a pizza and I think that's a good size slab Oh, almost forgot. Here's a glaze. This is confectioner sugar that's been sifted. Mix in a little bit of milk, one or two tablespoons of milk and because this is a little bit lumpy, I'm just going to whisk this up with a whisk. There it smooths out in no time. So good and then you can just drizzle this with a spoon. In the design of your choice and as heavily or as lightly as you wish. And then just take out a man-sized slab enjoy a little bit of summer heaven. Sour cherry slab pie. One bite and you'll know why George Washington could never have chopped down the cherry tree especially if his Martha prepared the slab pie for him. Thanks for watching today.
Martha Stewart - Martha Makes a Sour Cherry Slab Pie
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Martha Makes a Sour Cherry Slab Pie | Typically made with an apple filling, Martha's version uses sour cherries instead, although it also works well with blueberries. Get the recipe here:... | By Martha Stewart | Have you ever heard of a slab pie? Well, it's traditionally made with apples but today we're going to make it with tart sour cherries. These are from my cherry trees and the whole slab pie is baked in a sheet pan and you don't need utensils to eat it. You'd start by preheating your oven to 375 degrees. You're going to need your pie crust already rolled out in the bottom of a sheet pan like this. Your pie crust of course can be made and rolled out in advance. So, six cups of pitted sour cherries these are the real sour cherries I always put a little bit of lemon juice with my sour cherries even though they're tart the lemon juice kind of brings out their flavor so the juice of half a lemon for six cups of cherries and sugar 1 cup to one 1/ 2 cups depending on you and to thicken those very juicy juices of these tart sour cherry four tablespoons of cornstarch will give you a nice clear juice in your slab pie so we're going to do four tablespoons two. Three. And stir this in, it will dissolve in the juices of the cherries. You don't want any big lumps of cornstarch in there and of course, a large pinch of salt. And that's that and now this goes right into the rolled out crust. But you can do this with apricots, you can do it with peaches, you can do it with blueberries, you could you can make slab pies, a whole batch of em if you're going on a have a great big picnic. The cherry should be basically one crowded layer and that's why six cups is just right. And now roll out the top And you should do this right on big flowered surface. Now, a great big piece of pastry like this is sometimes a little bit difficult to roll out. If the pastry is well made, it will crack less and if it's too dry, you're going to have a lot of trouble with it. So, just get the pie crust recipe right on the web. This pie crust is all butter. It's a paprise called the perfect pie crust. Now, to get it onto the tart, it self just fold it in half like that gently lift it and place it on top the cherries and you just have to work with this stuff fearlessly because if you're fearless it's going to work if you're afraid it's going to completely be a disaster so now I press this all around with my thumbs and then I take a pair of scissors and I trim leaving about a quarter of an inch. This will make a little rolled edge and all of the excess pastry by the way will make a very nice bunch of little jam tarts so this can be just tucked this way see what I'm doing I'm tucking it down like that pinching while I'm going along because you don't want the cherry juices dripping out but I think this is going to be okay because the whole idea of this is that it's fast and easy now if I yes there's my knife you could kind of outline this not cutting through. But almost like this giving you guidelines for cutting your slab into squares once it's baked. This is pretty. Notice I start in the middle that gives you an even design and then you divide that into by going to the middle and again And then if you want you can prick with a fork. Make little steam holes. And then glaze it with heavy cream two tablespoons of heavy cream and a soft brush and you can just glaze this if you want to make a lot of these you can make all of them just like this don't glaze it wrap it with plastic wrap put it in the refrigerator or even in the freezer unbaked until shortly before your picnic your party and then bake them all off at the same time now just pop that into a 375 degree oven from 40 minutes to 55 minutes until it's a beautiful color now here's one notice it dripped over the edge just a little bit there and you can cut it like a pizza and I think that's a good size slab Oh, almost forgot. Here's a glaze. This is confectioner sugar that's been sifted. Mix in a little bit of milk, one or two tablespoons of milk and because this is a little bit lumpy, I'm just going to whisk this up with a whisk. There it smooths out in no time. So good and then you can just drizzle this with a spoon. In the design of your choice and as heavily or as lightly as you wish. And then just take out a man-sized slab enjoy a little bit of summer heaven. Sour cherry slab pie. One bite and you'll know why George Washington could never have chopped down the cherry tree especially if his Martha prepared the slab pie for him. Thanks for watching today.
Martha Stewart - Martha Makes a Sour Cherry Slab Pie