Katherine:

Not my Mamaw’s biscuits but I’m going to try these.

Originally posted on thefauxmartha:

Have you noticed? Chicken Pot PieChicken Noodle SoupApple Pie.  I’ve been on a comfort food frenzy. And biscuits have been tugging at my pant leg for weeks now. If I didn’t know any better, I’d think I was pregnant. Or homesick. I’m craving biscuits about as much as I’m craving some good ole family time. Living far away from home has its disadvantages—like living far away from home. The miles apart are long. And the days till Christmas vacation seem endless. I’m counting on these tender in the middle but crunchy on the outside comfort-filled biscuits to tide me over in the meantime. And maybe a Christmas cookie or two.

UPDATE 9/2/12: I’ve switched to an egg wash instead of a milk wash. It yields a beautiful crust and a deeper color. 

Good Morning Biscuits
Makes 6-8 biscuits; Recipe adapted from Tasty Kitchen

2 c. unbleached all-purpose flour
1 c…

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