2 teaspoons baking powder
1 teaspoon sugar
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Oh boy! This sounds delicious! I think it would make the hungry boys in my house very happy!!!! Thanks for sharing the recipe!
I am trying this tonight!!!
Edie–What a perfect January dish. I hope to try it very soon. Thanks………..
if i could make a biscuit that would not shatter a window if thrown in that direction, i would love to make this! no matter that i am from the south with a childhood history of delicious biscuits made by the women in my family i have to use bisquick or buy them from a restaurant! sounds yummy!
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Edie, this sounds delicious. I’ll have to try it soon-hope the biscuit comes out good (not like my pie crusts). Thanks, Doris
This sounds so good. Nothing better than chicken pot pie. Have never seen Kefir milk in the supermarket, but I’ll look for it. I definitely can get buttermilk–I love to bake with it.
Edie, I’ve got to get your book. Is it available on your website?
Yes, go to my website, http://www.edieclark.com, and on the home page there is a link that will enable you to order the book. It’s in some bookstores but mostly available through the website.
As for the kefir, look in the natural foods section at your supermarket. Or ask them about it. There are several brands. Be sure to buy the plain, not sweetened or flavored. Otherwise, buttermilk is fine (I actually find buttermilk harder to find that kefir!).
Thank you for the recipe. I am writing you this thanks on the way out of the door to buy ingredients that I need to make this pie for lunch today. I love my Yankee newsletters!
I will let you know how it turns out.
Have a great day,
When I get Yankee Magazine I try to save Mary`s Farm a little while (a tease) but I don`t have much luck-I`am so anxious to get to it-reminds me of when I was a young girl and Edie`s stories so remind me of all the wonderful meals that my Mom and Grandma put on the table – here on Block Island -where I grew up and still live here-There was always Biscuits for Supper no matter what else we had we always had biscuits and often on top of Chicken or Beef Stew-Depression we had a lot of fish here on the Island-I will be making Chicken Pot Pie in the next few days.As Bob Hope would say-“Thanks for the Memories”
I have never heard of Kefir Milk, I was raised in GA. so will use buttermilk. I never knew how to make a good from scratch biscuit. Thanks so much. I think this will be wonderful. Thanks for the good receipt, Mary.
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