How to Prepare the Tastiest Treat in Town

Rebecca Key
English 101
August 2, 2011

How to Prepare One of the Tastiest Treats in Town

Have you ever eaten a dessert that melted in your mouth when you took a bite, or perhaps, smelled a dessert cooking that made your mouth water?   Today, I am going to tell you how to prepare one of the tastiest treats you will ever eat, the Lemon “Icebox” Pie.   This pie has taste and texture, as you will see when we bake.  
To begin, make sure there is a neat, clean, and large space to prepare, mix and bake.   Next, organize your space by gathering all your utensils, bowls, and dishes.   The items needed are: two (2) medium sized mixings bowl to blend ingredients together, one (1) beater/mixer, measuring spoons, and one (1) glass dish to bake the pie in.   Once these are collected, start assembling the ingredients needed to create the pie.   Gather one-half   (½) package graham crackers crumbs, three-fourths (¾ ) stick of butter,   one can (14 ounces) of Borden Sweetened Condensed Milk,   one-half (½) cup RealLemon lemon juice, one (1) teaspoon grated lemon peel, two (2) eggs (to be separated later), one-fourth (¼) teaspoon cream of tartar, and one-fourth (¼ ) cup sugar.    
After getting the ingredients together, turn the oven on 325 degrees and let it pre-heat.   While the oven is preheating, place the butter in the glass dish to allow for melting. This will be used later to make the graham cracker crust.   Next separate the eggs placing the yolks and whites in separate mixing bowls.   Now add ingredients and begin mixing.   In the bowl with the   yolks add and blend together the sweetened condensed milk, lemon juice, lemon peels and until thickened.   Let this set while you prepare the crust.   Take the dish with the melted butter out of the oven and pour the graham cracker crumbs into the butter.   Mix the butter and crumbs together until the crumbs are saturated.   Afterward mold the crumbs to the bottom and edge of the dish to form a crust.   When the crust is created, place...