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The Aromas Alone Are Enough To Make Your Mouth Water!
I can’t imagine a proper Southern meal without biscuits, and I know a lot of people who feel the same way. My husband says biscuits should always be served with gravy but I don’t necessarily agree. Of course, biscuits and gravy is a dish that’ll pick you up any day, any time, but I actually prefer serving biscuits with soups and stews!
When it comes to homemade biscuits, there’s only one way to go if you want to do it right. At least if you ask me. And that is to make them from scratch, using buttermilk. This recipe is exactly how I’ve made my biscuits ever since I first started baking (it’s been longer than I care to remember!)
If you don’t happen to have buttermilk at hand, you can still make these right away as long as you have milk and a little bit of lemon juice or vinegar. Sometimes I forget to buy buttermilk but I always have vinegar, so I can pretty much make these any time.
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Quick Tip: Serve with butter or your favorite jam.