Maryann Byrd

<h2>In Biscuit Class...at the Biscuit Cabin..</h2><br> During the cold of winter, the seeds of  tomorrows Southern biscuits are quietly sewn.       When  the temperature dips, two vital elements of the Southern biscuit are cultivated with care; soft white winter wheat is planted and the year long process of curing of country ham begins.  (read more in the biscuit blog)

Biscuit Class at the Biscuit Cabin....


Learn the art of Southern biscuit baking with Maryann at her Biscuit Cabin. These Canadian sisters graduate from class, making a fine looking sweet potato biscuit.
Maryann's Toasted Marshmallow Sweet Potato Biscuits

Maryann's Toasted Marshmallow Sweet Potato Biscuits

Sweet potato biscuits are a sure hit. I have a few different recipes. In some cases, i do add sugar and cinnamon to my dough, yet omit it at times when I use the biscuits to sandwich fried chicken or country ham. However, my all time favorite is this version I dreamed up one day; Toasted Marshmallow Sweet Potato Biscuits.

                

Crispy Cheddar Cheese Biscuit in cup of Tomato Soup....

Crispy Cheddar Cheese Biscuit in cup of Tomato Soup....

Seldom do my biscuits sit on the sideline of the table. Usually, they are front and center, adding a charming Southern twist to a meal. Float a crispy cheese biscuit in an easy cup of tomato soup for a Southern twist on a snow day lunch.
<h2>The Ghost of Biscuits Past...</h2>
  <br> I found a cool heirloom recipe in this old book tucked away on the shelf of the Nashville Library.  I often sift through old books in search of biscuits past to add to my collection.   So, this book was printed in 1987, a home makers bible.   The cost.  $1.50.  This recipe piqued my interest, because  I've never seen anything like this before.  So, i tried the recipe and want to share it with you.

The Ghost of Biscuits Past...


I found a cool heirloom recipe in this old book tucked away on the shelf of the Nashville Library. I often sift through old books in search of biscuits past to add to my collection. So, this book was printed in 1987, a home makers bible. The cost. $1.50. This recipe piqued my interest, because I've never seen anything like this before. So, i tried the recipe and want to share it with you.