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Cookbook Review: Biscuits by Belinda Ellis

Belinda Ellis had the perfect job. For 15 years, she worked for White Lilly Flour, touring the country and showing people how to make biscuits. She’s traveling less but writing more. Biscuits, a Savor the South cookbook from the University of North Carolina Press, is her perfect tome, her lovely tribute with deep insights into…

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Bacon Cheddar Biscuits

The lovely new book Biscuits, a Savor the South cookbook from the University of North Carolina Press asks a fundamental question: why not put the bacon right in the biscuit. While you’re at it, why not add in some cheese. Breakfast can be something with a biscuit on the side, or you can make these…

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Buttermilk Biscuits from Sarabeth

Now, there’s no easy way to say this. Biscuits should taste like God made them. And for that, you cannot unroll some package from the refrigerator section of your supermarket. God does not live next to the whipping cream. Neither does he live next to the yellow box of “all-in-one-mix-for-biscuits-waffles-or-pancakes.” No, if God spends a…

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A Holiday Book for the Entire Winter: Let it Snow

 The New Thanksgiving Table by Diane Morgan Every holiday season, I scour the bookstore shelves looking for the new, the intriguing.  I seek the next great book, one that has recipes that can become “tradition” in our house.  Sure, Suzen and I already have a few thousand recipes, but there’s always room for more.  Holidays…

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