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Unread 08-21-2013, 12:55 PM   #31
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WOW That looks really really really good If it would have done any good I would hjave eaten my monitor Awesome
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Unread 08-21-2013, 01:02 PM   #32
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Thank you Ron!


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lol George...thanks!!
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Unread 08-21-2013, 03:00 PM   #33
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Thats the way to start the day! Cowboy version of eggs Benedict
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Looks fantastic Jeanie!
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Thank you Bludawg and Chris!
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WOW! That breakfast looks like it was made in heaven. Would you mind sharing the biscuit recipe?
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WOW! That breakfast looks like it was made in heaven. Would you mind sharing the biscuit recipe?
Thanks Eric! They're pretty basic biscuits.
I mix together
2 cups flour
3 tsp baking powder
1 TBS sugar
and 1 tsp of salt

then blend in 1/4 cup of shortening

when shortening is blended in well add 3/4 cup of milk.
Mix together with your hands.
I formed these biscuits pretty thick but you can roll the dough out and cut into smaller biscuits.

I fried these in a little bit of butter on medium low heat and then moved them to the cooler side of the grill (with the grill lid closed) so they would rise while baking. I didn't time them but if you bake these in an oven I use 450F for about 12 minutes.

You can add herbs and cheese to the dough. They're pretty tasty that way too.

Thanks again Eric, hope you have great luck with them!
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I always seem to catch your posts when I'm already hungry, and this is no exception. Wow that looks good, but to have a breakfast like that would take more time than I allow myself on weekdays. Sure looks good though...
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Awesome! My kind of breakfast...
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I always seem to catch your posts when I'm already hungry, and this is no exception. Wow that looks good, but to have a breakfast like that would take more time than I allow myself on weekdays. Sure looks good though...
Mike thanks so much! I agree with you...it's more of a weekend brunch than breakfast.

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Jeanie, that looks great! I'd gladly have that for dinner any day of the week.


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Jeanie, that looks great! I'd gladly have that for dinner any day of the week.




Titch, for some reason, I find that hard to believe
Thanks Matt! It was more than I could handle but it didn't stop me from trying.

lol Titch... I DO have room. How are you at chasing cattle?
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i'll take two of those plz. another great breakfast out by the fire. fantastic good Jeanie.
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Jumpin jeepers Jeanie!
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Looks tasty!
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