Biscuits

gobbleinwoods

Keeper of the Magic Word
My mom made the best biscuits I ever ate. I never learned how and now that she is gone that is the one thing I really really wish I had learned from her.

After she put hers in a pan she went and used a teaspoon to make a dimple in each one and filled it with about half a teaspoon of melted butter.

My wife made drop biscuits and on occasion she used mayo in the mix when she didn't have oil which she used instead of shortning. Her biscuits are dang good but they do not hold a candle to my moms.

I think my mom used the white lily recipe.
I make drop biscuits too but mine are seem to be a little crumbly unlike my normal buttermilk ones. Still trying to perfect the drop ones. The best I ever had came from Elizabeth's restaurant in Savannah.
 
I make drop biscuits too but mine are seem to be a little crumbly unlike my normal buttermilk ones. Still trying to perfect the drop ones. The best I ever had came from Elizabeth's restaurant in Savannah.
I have never had a drop biscuit that wasn't crumbly.
 
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