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Add the butter and lard and blitz to crumbs. The Sun (2016)Cut the lard and butter in chunks directly into the flour. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Use oils and margarine instead of lard or hard fats. Successful Fasting -the easy way to cleanse your body of its poisons (1990)Cut the butter and lard into small pieces over the flour. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Chop the butter and lard into the flour in small pieces. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Begin by cutting the butter and lard into small cubes. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Add the butter and lard and blitz to crumbs. The Sun (2013)Cut the butter and lard in small chunks into the flour. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Spend the summer eating properly, drinking less and shedding some lard if you need to. The Sun (2008)Chances are, your expanding abdomen is just excess lard. The Sun (2015)Cut the booze, shed some lard. The Sun (2013)We'll also cook in lard and beef dripping. The Sun (2012)A healthier option would be to swap goose fat or lard for olive oil. The Sun (2012)Melt the beef dripping or lard in the hot tray, then add the parsnips and season with salt and pepper. Times, Sunday Times (2014)The only worry is me and the fat lump of lard can see the hot tub from our pundit's position. The Sun (2008)Melt half the remaining lard in the pan and quickly brown the meat in three batches, adding extra lard in between. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Sort out your diet, shed the lard, take more exercise and stop smoking. The Sun (2015)In a wok or heavy-bottomed frying pan, heat the lard or bacon fat. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Add the lard or bacon fat, leave until melted, then pour in the batter. Times, Sunday Times (2016)At The Races now have a mobile camera so the fat lump of lard interviews me at my pitch. The Sun (2008)At one time food tended to be cooked in lard or goose fat, and this gave it a reputation for being heavy and hard to digest. Cheap Eats Guide to Europe 1994 (1993)Tomatoes are best not cooked, and if you want to add a secret ingredient, half a teaspoon of beef dripping or lard will do the trick. Times, Sunday Times (2010)
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