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Old 01-23-2013, 06:59 PM   #11
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Here is a link to a very similar recipe to the one in SC.

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Thanks Forty caliber. I will try these. They sound good.

Katie, I am happy for you. I will do the happy dance with you!

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Old 01-23-2013, 07:07 PM   #12
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I caught a baking show on PBS last week. The pastry chef said that all dough should rest to allow the gluten to ... I don't remember what he said, but he put some dough in the fridge, brought it out 30 minutes later, and it had really puffed up (non-yeast dough).
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Old 01-23-2013, 09:23 PM   #13
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I'd love to, Kayelle, but the recipe falls under copyright restrictions. However, if you can get a copy of the February 2013 issue of Southern Living magazine, the recipe is on page 87. I followed the recipe exactly as directed and am more than pleased with the results.

As you might guess the South and biscuits are like love and marriage, horse and carriage, etc. They go together and I was beginning to wonder how much of a southerner I am since my biscuit-making skills were so pitiful. I feel redeemed after today's experience.
Is it this one Katie? Buttermilk Biscuits Recipe | MyRecipes.com
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Old 01-23-2013, 09:50 PM   #14
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No, that's not it. In about a month it should appear in the Southern Living site. The recipes published in the magazine don't show up until the magazine has been out for at least that time. Guess they think it's a way to ensure sales of the publication.

If anyone is interested, I can PM the recipe to them.
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Old 01-23-2013, 09:54 PM   #15
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Hurray for you Katie !!

I love it when there is a success especially after repeated attempts. I 'd be dancing in the aisles too as I have a few ( well more than several) recipes that need improvement in my cooking. Will simply share in your excitement today.
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Old 01-24-2013, 02:47 AM   #16
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I know the feeling of a great accomplishment after chasing it for so long. Mine was the chocolate cake. Then I came across the one on the back of the Hershey's cocoa can. I don't even look at other recipes for chocolate cake now. Great going Kate!!! You are as always, A WINNER!
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Old 01-24-2013, 10:12 AM   #17
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After years of trying and piles of recipes, I finally produced a pan of the most tantalizing biscuits ever.

They are about 3 inches in diameter and rose to about 2 inches and came out golden brown and just flaked in layers when we broke them apart.

Yeah! Yeah! Yeah!

I have to give credit to the February 2013 issue of Southern Living magazine. Something about the recipe just "spoke" to me and I got up this morning determined to end up with a pan of perfect biscuits.

I've had this resolve before but have always ended up with colossal failures. Anything from doughy "ugh" biscuits to some the National Hockey League would find perfectly appropriate for a championship game.

The true test will be if, when I make them again, they turn out just as fine. However, for now, I'm doing the happy biscuit dance. Plus, it doesn't hurt that Glenn ate 3 as soon as they came out of the oven.

White Lily flour.

I have known people to have feuds for years over someone saying you don't have to have White Lily.
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White Lily flour.

I have known people to have feuds for years over someone saying you don't have to have White Lily.
I've always used White Lily flour for biscuits, Frank. I really like it but I don't think I'd feud over it. Actually, the recipe suggests using White Lily. The buttermilk was no problem because I always have buttermilk in the refrigerator. Guess it's a southern thing.
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I've always used White Lily flour for biscuits, Frank. I really like it but I don't think I'd feud over it. Actually, the recipe suggests using White Lily. The buttermilk was no problem because I always have buttermilk in the refrigerator. Guess it's a southern thing.

You must not be south enough...

Glad you are getting the hang of biscuits.
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Katie, you didn't comment on the link left by .40. Is this the mysterious recipe?

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