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post #21 of 36
These look great Disco! I love simple recipes for baking. I can see this going into the Dutch oven soon! Need to find some sour dough starter!
post #22 of 36
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These look great Disco! I love simple recipes for baking. I can see this going into the Dutch oven soon! Need to find some sour dough starter!

Thanks, Case. I suspect these would go great in a Dutch oven. Dang, now you have me thinking about beef stew and biscuits done over a campfire. 

 

As for sourdough starter, it can't be that hard to get going, I did it.

 

Disco

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Sigh. I guess my Irish heritage  is coming out. I do like a dab of marmalade from time to time and one made with apples as well as the citrus is extra special. As for rhubarb not having uses, rhubarb crisp, rhubarb muffins, strawberry rhubarb pie, rhubarb orange punch and rhubarb marmalade. However, it is something that grows like a weed in this marginal growing area so it might explain why we use it so much.

 

Jelly is good but I was raised with freezer strawberry jam and that is what I fall back to for comfort food. 

 

Someday we may convert each other! The best part of cooking is trying what others do.

 

Disco

 

Geographic local has much to do with our "Comfort foods", no one here much grows rhubarb. Since Pop always planted so many strawberries his favorite is the freezer strawberry preserves also. I didn't say they were weren't good. As many strawberries as got each year, we must have most of the recipes involving them. LOL

 

I had never made marmalade before, but pretty sure I will again. And I understand Apple makes good marmalade, or so I hear.

post #24 of 36

Disco, Dang Nab it you just put a few more pounds on me just looking at them yummy biscuits

 

Ya dutch oven would be the bomb with stew.

 

 

Great Job

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Disco, Dang Nab it you just put a few more pounds on me just looking at them yummy biscuits

 

Ya dutch oven would be the bomb with stew.

 

 

Great Job

Thanks, Stick! Trust me, they are low calorie. Have I ever lied to you before?

post #26 of 36

Wow Disco, those look as if they came straight out of a bakery!

 

Maybe you should open a B & B up there in the bucolic mountains!!!! You could serve them your wine, and ply them with grand food and fodder! I love the idea!!!!!

 

Great job on these!

 

Cheers! - Leah

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Wow Disco, those look as if they came straight out of a bakery!

 

Maybe you should open a B & B up there in the bucolic mountains!!!! You could serve them your wine, and ply them with grand food and fodder! I love the idea!!!!!

 

Great job on these!

 

Cheers! - Leah

Thanks for the compliment, Leah. They are so good I have been informed by a higher power I will be making them often. 

 

As for a B & B, no. I spent my whole life being at the beck and call of customers or members of my union. Now, I am a bit of a hermit. I love having friends visit and stay and I love time alone with the woman of my dreams so I think I will stick with those. Mermaids are always welcome though.

 

Disco

post #28 of 36

That makes great sense! And is good to know on Mermaids!!!! Smiles.

 

I agree with your lifestyle and how you value your private time and enjoyment etc.. We live the same way, which is a hermit life to some onlookers I am sure. Yet my very favorite restaurant, each day, is right at home!!!

 

Indeed, here is to great "bread breaking" where it counts!!! Cheers! - Leah

post #29 of 36

Those biscuits look awesome, I must have me some!  Then add butter and cran-raspberry jam I made a while back or peach jam from my peaches grown in the back yard.

 

I just had to give my .02 so I could find this awesome recipe again!!!!!

 

Mel

post #30 of 36
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Those biscuits look awesome, I must have me some!  Then add butter and cran-raspberry jam I made a while back or peach jam from my peaches grown in the back yard.

 

I just had to give my .02 so I could find this awesome recipe again!!!!!

 

Mel

Thanks, Mel. Yes, biscuits and jam are good. However, if you can grow peaches in your back yard, sounds like your life is pretty good already!

 

Disco

post #31 of 36
They look great.

How do I miss your great posts?

I think I could make them. The starter has me questioning it thou.
post #32 of 36
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They look great.

How do I miss your great posts?

I think I could make them. The starter has me questioning it thou.

Sorry for the delay in responding. Sourdough starter can't be hard, I do it!

 

Disco

post #33 of 36
Dang it Disco, I'm gonna have to revive some sourdough starter and make up a batch of these biscuits. Should be mighty tasty with my Gourmet Cowboy Gravy!
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Dang it Disco, I'm gonna have to revive some sourdough starter and make up a batch of these biscuits. Should be mighty tasty with my Gourmet Cowboy Gravy!

They would be excellent with your cowboy recipe. Have you posted it? I love gravy.

 

I have served them with sausage gravy for breakfast. I loved them but She Who Must Be Obeyed suggested I may as well shoot fat into my heart.

 

Disco

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Thanks, Dutch.

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