Bright spot: Joy at A Vintage Green is a great blog for learning something new. She does bits and pieces here and there and before you know it you're smarter than you used to be. She's been teaching us how to use iPiccy and I am learning the basics of collage design. Look! I have more than one picture on my header.
Baby is home for the summer. It's our last summer together, he'll graduate next year and get on with his life. I want us all to have happy memories of this time so I'm bringing back a few recipes that I used to make when he was young. These biscuits were a favorite.
|I really like cooking with my cast iron skillet. |
Many thanks to Jane for my new trivet.
Recipe: Sausage Biscuits
Mix up a batch of biscuits (I use a baking mix - you can do yours from scratch if you want to) and add a tablespoon (more or less) of precooked ground sausage for each biscuit you want to make, add one or two minutes to the cooking time. I was in a hurry so wet my hands, picked up a tennis ball size portion of batter and shaped each biscuit. Please note: I made two plain biscuits then added the sausage to the rest of the batter. These are easy because I keep precooked sausage and bacon in my freezer. You can use grated cheese instead of sausage.
What's your favorite breakfast?