MAYBE I SHALL TRY MAKING SOUTHERN BISCUITS???

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MAYBE I SHALL TRY MAKING SOUTHERN BISCUITS???

Post by SheilaH » Tue Nov 05, 2019 5:14 am

Funny....I just saw for the first time this brand of flour called, "White Lily" on the shelf at my handy dandy local North Carolina "Ingles Market". This flour isn't on any Indiana store shelves that I've ever seen! Fast forward a couple days and I see this article.

Guess I'm NOT an official NC gal until I make homemade southern biscuits???? Doesn't matter what my drivers license says or address is...southern gals do homemade biscuits smh :roll: At least I apparently "MAY" have a chance at decent homemade biscuits, as it's all in the flour it seems? :lol:

Scotty, are you ready to be my guinea pig? Never ever made biscuits from scratch in my life! :twisted:

Stay tuned LOL 8-)

*Shame on me...I did NOT know September was National Biscuit Month according to the Farmers Almanac. *sighs

https://getpocket.com/explore/item/why- ... ket-newtab

https://www.whitelily.com/white-lily-biscuits

https://www.farmersalmanac.com/septembe ... onth-19005
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Re: MAYBE I SHALL TRY MAKING SOUTHERN BISCUITS???

Post by LoriWinters » Tue Nov 05, 2019 11:28 am

im pretty sure that you will do just fine...LOL....not a southern gal but i can make biscuits...

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Re: MAYBE I SHALL TRY MAKING SOUTHERN BISCUITS???

Post by FrannieCascadia » Thu Nov 07, 2019 8:38 pm

My Dad was the biscuit maker in my family, he never wrote down the recipe sadly. Light and fluffy, always. Let us know how it goes Sheila.

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