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    biscuits southern style,,,,,,,,,,,

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    well I just got back from my morning hunt, no deer today. so I decided to make a pan of biscuits, here's how I do it. you need self rising flower, I use Martha white or white Lilly. no measurements here you just have to know. pour an amount of flower in a bowel, get a good handful of lard, put it in the center of the flower and start pinching the edges of the ball of lard into the flower, keep pinching and working the lard in until it is all worked into the flower, the flower will be crumbly. then pour in some butter milk and work it in, make it real gooey. the sloppier you make the dough the better they will be. then pour on extra flower on top of the gooey ball and pat it on the surface, this will give you a bit of dry area so your fingers won't stick. pinch off a small hunk, roll it into a ball and put it on your heavily greased baking pan, in my case I use a vintage cast iron griddle. then you will need a 1930s gas stove, "haha" any will do. and pre-heat oven to about 350 put them in and keep watching, when the top is light brown pull out and put on "real butter" or whatever you like,,,,,,,,,,,,

    PS you have to work all of it with your hands, nothing else will do,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
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    I like the Amish butter
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    My wife has been watching a series on You Tube about the cooking of early pioneers. Townsends is name of it. She has been experimenting with biscuits and corn bread recipes from their videos. Far as I'm concerned if you don't have lard & butter you might as well quit and buy the ones in the tube.
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    Outstanding..... Your recipe goes with your forum handle.... OLSKOOL One of those with a big slice of pan seared ham in the middle....
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    If you're having a problem finding Lard, check your local stores "hair care" product isle.
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    another good form of grease is "pre creamed" shortening. it is mixed with animal fat and vegetable. Crisco will work also. a couple years before my mama died she showed me how to make them.,,,,,,,,,,,
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    Yummy--love biscuits! Now its time for the chipped beef or sausage gravy!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Drm50 View Post
    My wife has been watching a series on You Tube about the cooking of early pioneers. Townsends is name of it. She has been experimenting with biscuits and corn bread recipes from their videos. Far as I'm concerned if you don't have lard & butter you might as well quit and buy the ones in the tube.
    I have watched his videos also. we have something here in the south we make called, country pudding, or as we say puddin. when you say puddin in the low country of SC everybody knows what you mean. and it aint a dessert it is made from hog parts! hog head, liver, meat and such. it is cooked, boiled in a pot. you take the head after it is done and clean all the meat off. cut all the meat up. grind the meat up in a sausage mill. cook a giant pot of rice and add to the ground up meat, mix. then add puddin or sausage seasoning, along with dried ground red pepper and black pepper. no salt, the seasoning will provide that. then add liquid from pot, mix until kind of mushy, you start tasting until you get the seasoning right .you just have to know when. then take "real" sausage casings and stuff them. then you can freeze links. when you are ready to eat, put them in and oven and bake until the casing skins are golden brown. it is the best thing you will ever eat in your life! breakfast dinner or supper,,,,,,,,,,,,
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    Them biscuits is just screaming for some sausage gravy on top.....
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    Now I am hungry, good job.
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