Adding a comment

Since we only received one comment ( a nice cup of hot chocolate would be nice)  so far,  I am thinking my kind readers do not know how to leave a comment.  Here is how.  Scroll down to the break between posts and then you will notice in tiny writing, between the two lines a place where it says “Leave a comment”.  Try it!  We value your ideas for hospitality on a cold winter night.  Just click on the area between the two lines and you will be brought to a comment box where you can type in your response.  Thanks!

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Published in: on November 2, 2009 at 2:22 pm  Comments (1)  

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  1. We called a similar delicacy “fried bisquits” in Indiana. They are usually served with a chicken dinner but we serve them for breakfast. In southern Indiana (Nashville to be precise) they are served with apple butter–YUM!!

    Denny and I have used a similar biscuit where you take a pre-packaged Pillsbury biscuit, cut it into forths and deep-fat fry. Roll in sugar. Easier to prepare in a hurry and quite good.

    I was on your site to find an email address so I’ll continue to do what I set out to do now. Hope you don’t mind my jumping on here and writing a comment.

    Lois Jamison Darst ’60


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