It’s almost overwhelming to think about all the different biscuit recipes I’ve tried. But biscuits are just one of those foods you can’t stand to have just be “good enough.”
Fluffy. Flaky. Moist. These are the things that make a baked good…well, good. I have learned that there are a handful of factors that can quickly deflate any hopes of the perfect pastry if they aren’t taken into consideration.
This is a family favorite here at the farm. It may take you a couple of tries to get the hang of it, but it’s so very worth it! And once you’ve got it, it’s as easy as pie. A very simple pie.
I remember back when Steven and I were dating, and I was about to go to my very first family picnic with most of his extended family. I was especially excited because we had been dating long enough at this point that I had been assigned a dish to bring.
I didn’t grow up in the kitchen, learning how to make home-cooked meals from scratch. Between school, sports, and the fact that my mom was required to work a full-time job, homemaking skills weren’t a primary focus in my childhood.
The only thing that can make homemade biscuits any better is some warm, homemade chocolate gravy drizzled (or, if you’re like me, puddled) on top.
Slaw is one of those things where less is so much more. Less ingredients = Perfection. If you haven’t already, read Life Lessons that Started with Slaw to find out exactly how I came to learn this very valuable truth! Ingredients: 1 Large head of fresh cabbage 1 Handful of
Loaded baked potatoes are one of those meals that is so good because it’s made up of ingredients that are so good, even individually.
This is a family favorite here at the farm! For an addition to breakfast, or just as a midday snack, the kids absolutely love these homemade smoothies!