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The Perfect Biscuit - what are your secrets to make it happen?

cstout | Mar 19, 201210:23 AM     460

I don't care if it is buttermilk, sour cream, baking powder or what, I just want to eat a perfect biscuit.

Can't you just smell them now...all warm & slathered in hot butter, dripping with homemade preserves, homemade sausage patties & a bright sunny egg just waiting while you take one more sip of coffee before partaking of the perfect combination?

The ingredients are few, but the techniques are many.....it is time to reveal your secrets.

Is it the flour....is it the liquid....is it the pan...is it the oven temp? Is it Grandpa's favorite recipe? The world needs to know these things. Life is much better after eating a perfect biscuit.

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