All American Biscuit

America may be a melting pot, but all melting pots need a biscuit to “mop up the juices.” It’s as American as hot dogs, apple pie, and baseball too, with roots that extend far back into colonial history and hold hands with soldiers and sailors alike. It’s got roots, and today, it’s been adapted and

America may be a melting pot, but all melting pots need a biscuit to “mop up the juices.” It’s as American as hot dogs, apple pie, and baseball too, with roots that extend far back into colonial history and hold hands with soldiers and sailors alike. It’s got roots, and today, it’s been adapted and modified many ways to adapt to our changing tastes and ingredients. Whether you like them sweet, made with buttermilk, beaten, or dropped, there is a biscuit recipe to suit you and your family. Fast, easy, and delicious, they are a great bread to add to any meal too, whether it’s a simple breakfast, a fancy brunch, or a gourmet dinner, biscuits can (and do) hold their own. Try some of these recipes today, and get fresh, hot bread onto the dinner table without waiting hours for dough to rise. Make them flaky or make them tender and fluffy–it’s your choice! Want biscuits that pack a punch? There are recipes for that too! Sweet or savory…the biscuit is a cook’s best friend. It also works for desserts and casseroles, providing a truly all-in-one-pan dinner.