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Zoie [lead] Food Recipes
5 days ago 149 views

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hearthwench [lead] 5 days ago

Interesting, though I prefer the messy version. I do have to say, those things out of a can ain't biscuits, at least, not at my house. ;D

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keithaBrownell 5 days ago

My husbands family is from Georgia and I make the greasy messy version about once a month just to keep him happy. (and lots of fried food) I don't eat that stuff but keeping my husband happy is my main goal in life. Canned biscuits would be an embarrassment to me personally, it took me years of failures to be able to make pie crust or biscuits and have them turn out 'almost as good' as my mother-in-laws. Canned biscuits, Ha ha ha ha!

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hearthwench [lead] 4 days ago

The secret, as you learned, is to barely handle biscuit, pie, scone, and other pastry doughs, unless part of the type being made. My mom-in-law made great-tasting hockey puck biscuits because she kneaded the dough.

I find good subs for the fried versions of foods, for the most part. Though... Frying some onions and tators in a little butter and coconut oil, then adding leftover roast for hash tonight. The fat combo I use do not leave a foul flavor or greasy food.

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nepherrae 5 days ago

great twist on a classic. hand held biscuits and gravy, no mess :)

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Violetfire [lead] Food Recipes
1 week ago 129 views

4 or 5 med potatoes
1.5 C Heavy Cream
Shallot chopped fine
Cheddar Cheese
Salt & pepper
Peel & cut potatoes using a mandeline. Put in casserole in layers. Potato, salt, pepper, cream, shallots. When finished you should have 4 or 5 layers
Cover top with grated cheese
400 degree oven for 1 hour covered
350 for 30 to 45 min uncovered

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Violetfire [lead] 1 week ago

I decided a while back I didn't want to use canned soups in my dishes if I could help it so I came up with this recipe using a old recipe I had and changing out the cream and shallot for the canned soup. My other recipe was good but this one was 3 times better. It probably won't help your waistline but once in a while it sure is needed as a comfort food.

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nepherrae 1 week ago

no butter? this looks really good

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Violetfire [lead] * 1 week ago

Nope. You don't need butter. We had it tonight. It was delicious but I ate too much

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