Brushing butter on the phyllo dough, will also prevent it from drying and therefore braking while you still work on it.
Applying butter and confectioner's sugar on each of the four stacked sheets of dough, will render the crust delightfully crunchy.
A grapefruit's two halves are meant to be shared with your beloved one(s). Like Yoko Ono's Grapefruit dream, they become reality once two dream together.
Quickly mix the zest with a bit of the sugar, or it’s delicate perfume will evaporate!
Toasting will get those nutty oils to further perfume your apple strudel.
Let it set and rest on a cooling rack for at least ten to fifteen minutes. The filling will firm up and it will be a lot easier to get nice slices. Use a very sharp knife for this.
Roll it on a baking sheet, seam side down. Use a parchment paper to lift the strudel.
To slice all those apples get out your mandoline slicer. And use that protective glove for the occasion!