Straight from the can of Crisco, this flour, salt, shortening, and water crust is popular in many households.
Tasters: "Doesn't have a lot of flavor." "Tasteless crust. Nothing to distinguish it." "Thin with a nice consistency, but with a somewhat bland, paper-like taste." "Nice and flaky on top. Flavor was neutral, good." "Like a superior version of Table Talk."
Kitchen notes: This all-shortening dough (made with flour, salt, and water) works like a charm. It comes together so easily, it seems like a mix. It also rolls like a dream, right on the counter with a little flour for dusting (though directions say to roll between sheets of waxed paper; real bakers consider this silly).