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Discussion in 'The Okie Corral' started by OV1kenobi, Apr 7, 2020.
Guess who wants a biscuit or 6?
Right? I just made a batch of tortillas yesterday. I'm gonna have to burn through those first. If I'm not careful I'll carb OD.
A lot of Biscuits, and several ways to make them.
Hannie come on over to SC, next time you go to Atlanta.
We are just across the River, East of Augusta.
We will show you my Wife's Biscuits, or let You cook a Batch.
You are welcome here Anytime. Have some Real Good Honey.
I'll even give you a little Apple, or Peach Moonshine.
Probably will be a while till you can get out to go anywhere.
My Wife and I would be happy to have you here.
That's kinda.... ghey
(not that there is anything wrong wif dat)
try it with bacon drippings instead of butter or shortening
Waiting on the oven to preheat...Bisquick is all I have. Better'n nothing.
You bake right with Martha White......
Not worth the waste of gravy IMO.
Someday I'll get biscuits at the store again.
Plenty of bread here but no baking supplies.
It's amazing how so many people suddenly learned how to bake overnight...
Keep in mind i named my cats buscuit and gravy.
I still want to bite Martha's buttered biscuits. (and no shortening either there @Hannie Caulder )
My mother was born in England but she did not cook southern biscuits. Her specialty was English pastries. I really miss that at Thanksgiving and Christmas time.
These are good too.
Ha-Ha....I much prefer the flakey ones, but was trying to humor those rebels on the forum. Hard to beat the Dough Boy stuff when you don't stock flour and stuff to make your own.
Understood. I have also tried the frozen biscuits by Pillsbury that come in a bag but I like the canned ones better.
Just find Grands biscuits in the pop tube in the refrigerated section. Darn good and flaky and so easy.