YUM! I'll be right over!
It took me awhile but I finally mastered biscuits. It is a good feeling.
Kathie, I'll save some for you!Christy, I always thought "What's the big deal about biscuits?" until I tried to make them. Instant hockey pucks! Susan showed me the light.
oh my, I could slather a bunch of butter on those boys. They look perfect? Flaky?For the mayo, I actually didn't have any lemon juice but had lime juice so used that. Don't know of that would suit you better or not.
Pass the butter and the honey. Those look great. You are a baking machine Amy, good job.Chris
Amy, this is tooo much, you have me in stitches!! I was about to post my Irish stuffed popato recipe on my blog (potatoes are Irish , right? ha ha)when I saw your comment on my blog about the soda bread. My daughter made the Irish soda bread when she was in homeschool about age 15. I want to post about "something" Irish all this month, and just celebrate the whole month long! I'll let the bread to you, as I am sure you will have a scrumptious picture to post with it!! Wish I could taste it! I barely have time to cook supper lately . Have a great day!
Joanna, flaky, moist, not too salty, not at all dry. The recipe I use is Alton Brown's which can be found on Food Network's website. It's the best recipe I've tried for biscuits. Susan's technique is what makes them come out so huge. I barely knead them at all and that's what I was doing wrong before. Biscuits are definitely NOT made like bread! LOLChris, good thing we're not neighbors! You'd be as big as a barn!Sunny, oh DO share your Irish soda bread story. Something else I'm intrigued by and would like to try is potato farls. Any pointers?
Look at you and your biscuit-making prowess! It is so satisfying when one of your students has such success out of the classroom! Bustin' my buttons here!What's funny is I made biscuits last night, too. To go with semi-homemade chicken noodle soup and fried apples. :)
Susan, when I'm "Biscuit Champeen of the World" I'll mention you in my acceptance speech!How ironic that you made biscuits too!
Yummy, I need some biscuit making lessons!
Oh I could use a few lessons on them too. I have tried and tried and only a few times made edible ones from scratch.
Hey Susan! Sounds like a tutorial on your blog is in order!
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