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Tuesday, September 25, 2012

Halloween Quilts

Can you ever have too many Halloween Quilts??  Melissa from Happy Quilting has introduced another great tutorial called "Starburst".  I am thinking of making the same 4 block quilt in Halloween fabric.  I still have to finishing quilting the second half of the Irish Chain quilt.  But I think I can fit Melissa's quilt in!!

I wanted to share a fantastic "Cheddar Bay Drop Biscuit" recipe with you and give proper credit to the blog where I thought that I found it.  I have looked for the last 40 minutes through the site but can't find the recipe. Sorry!  But these are absolutely wonderful!  I FOUND THE BLOG!!  STELLA B'S KITCHEN

Cheddar Bay Drop Biscuits

              2 cups flour                                                2 tsp baking powder
               1 tsp sugar                                                 ¾ tsp salt
               ½ tsp baking soda                                      ½ tsp garlic powder
               1 cup buttermilk                                              
               1 stick butter, melted and cooled
               ½ cup shredded cheddar cheese

               Preheat oven to 450o     
               Line baking sheet with parchment paper
                         Combine dry ingredients and whisk.                         
                         Combine the cooled, melted butter with cold buttermilk.
                         Add wet ingredients to dry ingredients.   
                         Add shredded cheese and stir until just combined.
                          Using ¼ cup scoop, drop biscuits about an inch or two apart.
                          Bake 12-14 minutes, until golden brown.

                Brush on top of baked biscuits:
                  1 Tbsp butter, melted
                  ½ tsp garlic powder
                  1 tsp parsley, chopped fine

Now, it's downstairs to do some quilting.

2 comments:

  1. I don't have any Halloween quilt, but I have a few pieces of Halloween fabric. Say I'm going to make one next year, then next year ... you know how that goes.
    Those biscuits sound delicious! Like the ones at Ruby Tuesday and Red Lobster! Yum. Thanks for sharing the recipe.

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