Tagged: ‘biscuits’

A Peach of A Cobbler

Good summer desserts should be able to be made with little fuss: a pile of fragrant, ripe fresh fruit and a few staples from the everyday pantry. After eating your fill out of hand, a lightly sweetened stewed fruit filling can be topped with a roughly-shaped layer of biscuit dough and made into a homey cobbler.

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Old-Fashioned Strawberry Shortcake



Don’t mess with my strawberry shortcake. I like it traditional. Genuine fruit shortcakes are an American summer passion.  It is the balance of sweet, juicy fruit, fluffy whipped creams, and crumby, rich biscuits that make them irresistible.  This version is…

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New-Fashioned Strawberry Shortcakes

Genuine fruit shortcakes are an American summer passion. It is the harmonious balance of sweet, juicy fruit in season, fluffy whipped cream, and crumby, rich biscuits that make them irresistible. No matter how many fancy desserts I make or taste, no matter how many different fruits I showcase in a shortcake, strawberry shortcake is still supreme. It will never go out of style. It is a dessert that is new fashioned as it is old fashioned.

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Cruising the Blogs: Feast-Worthy Buttermilk Biscuits

So I am looking at a blog with what I consider great photography. Food is not that easy to photograph and I am just so impressed with the still life angles. So I see a great photo of a biscuit. One of the most evocative since it has such great texture, making one want to eat it immediately. I am reading down and lo and behold, it is a photo of a biscuit made from one of my recipes. I couldn’t be more delighted.

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