Biscuit Bliss: 101 Foolproof Recipes for Fresh and Fluffy Biscuits in Just Minutes

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Harvard Common Press, Dec 13, 2003 - Cooking - 160 pages
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A good biscuit, fresh from the oven and slathered with creamy butter, is simple, down home, and soul warming. James Villas has baked countless biscuits himself and sampled others from all over the country, and in Biscuit Bliss he shares the very best. No bread is simpler, quicker, and more fun to make: in the time it takes you to wrestle with a cardboard container from the store, you can easily turn out a batch of wholesome, homemade, steaming hot biscuits. Book jacket.
 

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REALLY WORTH IT IF YOU LIKE BISCUITS. I LOOKED AT IT IN A CATALOG AND DEBATED ABOUT IT FOR A LONG TIME BEFORE I DECIDED TO BUY IT. OVERSTOCKS SHIPPING COST CINCHED THE DEAL. Read full review

BISCUIT BLISS

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Admitting that, "like most Southerners," he's "been obsessed with biscuits his entire life," cookbook author Villas is eminently qualified to write about this beloved staple of Southern and other ... Read full review

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JAMES VILLAS's work has appeared in Esquire, Food & Wine, Gourmet, Bon Appetit, and the New York Times. He won James Beard Awards for Journalism in 2003 and for Pig: King of the Southern Table.

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