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Buttermilk Biscuits for SOOCS

buttermilk biscuits 2

I call my self the Carb Queen and sometimes the Condiment Queen.   I love biscuits and these were easy to make and oh so good to eat with a little bit of butter and a dab of jam.   The original recipe did not call for any fruit but I added some dried cherries to the mix.

I am joining Jan for Straight Out of the Camera Sunday.   Take a photo. Don’t tinker with it. A crop is okay. Post it to your blog and then link to Jan’s.   See you there.   Have a great Sunday.   Valerie

Straight Out of the Camera Sunday at http://www.murrieta365.com/

Comments

Jan said…
Homemade, yum.
Kim, USA said…
Hmm this looks so good.
SOOC
EG Wow said…
They look so good I can almost taste them. :)
YummY! said…
Good homemade biscuits are beyond me for some reason.
MarieElizabeth said…
Yum! I like your little Christmas card on your sidebar too. Very nice.
Georgianna said…
Oh, my, these are so tempting! Wishing you a great Sunday, too. – g
Looks nice, can imagine the nice smell in the house and I bet they taste lovely. Enjoy
Jan n Jer said…
I am drooling as I view this shot...love love biscuits!!!!
gengen said…
Looks yummy...Happy SOOC Sunday.
***Icy BC said…
Delicious photo! Any bake goods with fruits is still better than none.
So look so good, tea and a biscuit would be great. Take care.
Ashley Sisk said…
Those look sooooo yummy!
NatureFootstep said…
I baked a similar thing yesterday. But did not think of taking a photo. :)
Anonymous said…
These look good!

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