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Callie's Biscuits and Southern Traditions: Heirloom Recipes from Our Family Kitchen

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The popular owner-entrepreneur of Callie’s Biscuits reveals her modern approach to traditional Southern cooking, sharing charming stories and fabulous, accessible recipes in a Southern-style Make the Bread, Buy the Butter.

Carrie Morey started her company, Callie’s Charleston Biscuits, with a simple goal: She wanted to make her mother Callie’s delicious biscuits—unbelievabl
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ebook, 272 pages
Published October 15th 2013 by Atria Books
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Sandra Lassiter
Oct 23, 2013 rated it really liked it
I have lived all over the US, but I am a Southern girl at heart. My parents were both born and raised in the South, and I grew up on good, Southern cooking. I couldn't wait to start cooking from this book. I'll be honest, I'm something of a biscuit snob. To me, biscuits should be simple and so I haven't made Callie's biscuits yet (I've never HEARD of putting cream cheese into biscuits!), but will probably give them a go sometime in the future. I do heartily agree with her preference for White Li ...more
Dixie Diamond
Page 48: I don't understand this recipe--how do you eat unshelled, hot, buttery/saucy shrimp with bread? Unshelled shrimp require either fingers or utensils. These are swimming in broth so fingers are probably out, but if I have to shell them, they're going right into my mouth. What is the bread for? This is a recipe that I would just make with shelled shrimp and then serve in bowls with bread on the side for people to use to pick up the shrimp and sop up the juice.

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