First: Roll thin a very short or a puff-paste, so when baked it will be one quarter of an inch thick only.
It may be baked in small patty-pans, lined at the bottom and sides with puff-paste.
Make a puff-paste, in the proportion of a pound and a half of fresh butter to two pounds of sifted flour.
Make a puff-paste, line your pie plates with it, and pour in the mixture.
Mix with it the grated rind of a lemon, and a glass of brandy; put a puff-paste into the pans, and ten minutes will bake them.
The tart pies, made with puff-paste, are a temptation to the most fastidious taste.
It is a mistake to consider the making of puff-paste too difficult for any but an experienced cook to undertake.
The baking of puff-paste is as important a matter as the rolling.
He is the pastry-cook at the Netherlands; you should taste his puff-paste and his Baba au Rhum.
Flirtation is the proper thing: flirtation never hurts anybody: it's like puff-paste, seltzer water, and Turkish cigarettes.