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Friday, June 13, 2014

biscuits


 I found a recipe in a COUNTRY LIVING magazine from last year and couldn't wait to try it....

Go HERE
for this delicious recipe.... 

Now, I've put CHEESE in my biscuits and cornbread before...
but THIS recipe called for FRESH GROUND PEPPER, too.

So, I mixed them up, following the recipe to a tee
except that I made only HALF of this recipe and had plenty of biscuits.

Were they good...???

O..HONEY !!


See all the pepper throughout the biscuits....?
The shredded cheese ( I always use SHARP CHEDDAR) 
and the fresh ground pepper made these some of the most flavorful biscuits, ever.


 I always bake my biscuits in a large, cast iron skillet
and they have crispy bottoms, which I LUV, and the inside
is fluffy and sooo good.

 



I took my
LEMON CURD
out of the fridge and
had a feast fit for a KING.....


I had a sunny spot to enjoy my breakfast...

the SUN....the colorful PILLOW...and the bright yellow of the lemon curd just started my day off...
full of sunshine.


I DO love me some LEMON.....


AND....

if you have biscuits left over...
you can split them..
slather a little butter on each half.....
slide beneath the broiler 
and

you get your WILDFLOWER HONEY, straight from FRANCE,
pour yourself a hot, fresh cup of DUNKIN DONUTS coffee,
get out your new COUNTRY LIVING magazine ,
spray yourself with a GREAT SMELLING PERFUME...
light a beautiful candle...

and call me so I can come over and join the FUN...!!!

(OK....this honey IS from France but....
I bought it at WORLD MARKET....

OOO, ain't life grand !!
 Love, hugs and kisses, bj
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24 comments:

  1. Right this minute I am feeling very hungry . . .
    Thanks for the biscuit recipe . . .
    I'd like the Lemon Curd recipe too??

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  2. Oh my, those biscuits sound so good!!!

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  3. Oh girl, those biscuits look DELICIOUS! I want one right now:) Enjoy your day dear friend! Thanks for the recipe! HUGS!

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  4. BJ, I swear your photos look more inviting than those in Country Living! How I wish I could wiggle my nose and slide my chair right up to your table. :)
    My goodness, I wonder how you can eat this and still remain trim?
    Ah never you mind; my day's lots brighter for having stopped by. Wishing you a blessed day!

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  5. You are making me hungry! Those look delicious. But - I can't see the whole recipe. Can you post it, please? Or - e-mail me?

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  6. Oh the photography! You are making me so hungry and I just ate breakfast. I think the lemon and pepper and cheddar combination sounds delicious.

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  7. hTankful I know someone that their life is grand. I will email you later on about all my problems that are not yet resolved with Dell.

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  8. You really had a great breakfast! The biscuits looks so good and with lemon curd, oh my! Wildflower honey is my favorite, I try to buy local honey. Now my mouth is watering1

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  9. Thanks for sharing this biscuit recipe with us they look so good. In fact everything looks delicious. Have a blessed day. Madeline

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  10. Your pics are making me hungry! Sharp cheddar is definitely the way to go. Love it! Don't you just love the selection of foods at World Market? My boys always want that rice paper candy from Japan. They love how you can eat the paper! Lol!

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  11. Looks and sounds yummy - thanks for sharing.
    Enjoy your weekend.

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  12. can't wait to try these. thank you for the effort you go to to share these recipes.

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  13. Yummy. Who has leftovers. LOL. I am comin' to visit I need a good meal.
    Have a wonderful weekend,
    Sherry

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  14. I will have to try the cheddar/pepper thing! I make biscuits a couple of times a week, so I will get the chance soon. lol

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  15. never knew you could use cheese in a biscuit

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  16. Looking so good bj ... you always have the best breakfast. Will need to try this.
    Hugs,
    Audrey Z. @ Timeless Treasures

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  17. Oh yum! Everything you make looks so wonderful!

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  18. Bj you're making my mouth water - they look so delicious!
    These are what we call scones in my corner of the world - I'm presuming they are soft in the centre???
    The recipe looks identical to my cheese scone recipe.
    As soon as you mentioned lemon curd, I thought why haven't I thought of that before - thank you for the tip.
    There'll be cheese scones/biscuits going here tomorrow morning - you're more than welcome to pop in and join us LOL!!!!!

    Have a very happy weekend BJ
    Hugs
    Shane

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  19. Oh, those biscuits look delicious! What a fun morning!!!

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  20. These biscuits look so darn good!!! I'm finally home and I have my Mom with me!! Now to get her moved into her new apt.

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  21. Those biscuits do look delicious! Thanks for sharing your fun post on the Art of Home-Making Mondays :) Please join us again today as we start a new round~ Have a wonderful week!

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Thanks so much for visiting and commenting.
xo bj