Simple Buttermilk Biscuits Recipe

The only buttermilk biscuit recipe you'll ever need
Jul 3, 2014 12:00 pm
easy buttermilk biscuits recipe
Photo: Laurel Golio

Every cook needs a delicious go-to buttermilk biscuit recipe. This one yields flaky, pillowy biscuits every time. Be sure not to over-mix the dough as that will compromise their flakiness. If you're feeling ambitious, make your own buttermilk using this simple guide. Make an extra batch or two and store in the freezer until they're ready to be baked. 

Thanksgiving Practice Round: The Best Of Breads and Biscuits

Master great Thanksgiving baking recipes now
Nov 24, 2013 11:00 am

There's nothing like warm, fresh dinner rolls or a loaf of bread that's extra-special for a holiday meal. It's the kind of thing that inspires one to make a creative compound butter, like...bacon. And wouldn't you know it, most of these recipes have meat and cheese baked right in. If that's not the first car on the Thanksgiving spirit train, we don't want to know what is.

Country Ham And Cheese Biscuit Bread

The best parts of Southern cooking in one bread
Nov 1, 2012 1:01 pm
Photo: Jennifer Davick

Imagine a biscuit already loaded with gooey cheese and salty country ham, and you get this all-in-one bread. Layering the dough in a loaf pan lets you get all that Southern goodness in every bite.

Easy Cheddar Scones

A cheese scone recipe to go with your eggs
Apr 8, 2012 12:31 pm
scone recipe
Photo: bloggyboulga on Flickr

Today, your yolk deserves something special — dense yet absorbant, reliable yet flaky. Try your hand at these easy scones, featuring everyone's favorite sharp orange cheese, and give you eggs something to talk about in the pan. Besides how badly you need a new pan.

A Biscuit Sandwich (Or Two)

Update your slider - a biscuit is more than a bun
Nov 30, 2011 12:31 pm
biscuit sandwich

I decided, while making my thirteenth or so Thanksgiving sandwich, that biscuits do one very important task very well: sandwiching. Bread is great and works about as well as something on the job for about 300 years. But the biscuit one-ups its butterless predecessor at every crucial turn: flavor, texture, aesthetics...I could go on.

Sausage Biscuit Recipe

Sorry drive-thru, this sausage biscuit's for real
Nov 5, 2011 10:01 am
sausage biscuit recipe
Photo: TheDeliciousLife on Flickr

Drive away from the drive-thru, we've got a hot biscuit with your name on it. It's in your fridge. Maybe even your freezer. And guess what, if you want to ignore the whole making-the-sausage-and-biscuits-yourself thing, we won't judge you. We realize both sausage patties and biscuits come pre-formed in the freezer aisle. Go for it. But if you feel like getting your Southern Man on, whip up a...

The GOP's Food Strategy

The Prez isn't the only one with food on the agenda
Oct 26, 2011 2:01 pm
Obama eating frog leg

In a democracy, it’s not just a right to consider all of the candidates. It’s a responsibility. And with nine GOP debates already completed, the distinctions between the Republican presidential candidates are becoming more clear.

Pine State Biscuits' Fried Club

A club sandwich boasting Southern biscuit favorites
Sep 20, 2011 12:01 pm
pine state biscuits fried club
Photo: Lydia Fizz on Flickr

Check out this everyday club sandwich. That’s right, nothing special here. Just keep walking…hang on. Did we forget to mention that it's served open-face on buttery fried grit cakes? Ok, that’s pretty special, especially with their classic Southern spin on club sandwich fixins.


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