So on a Wednesday night before Thanksgiving, what do you cook that is delicious, but will meet everyone's needs? Biscuits is a start.
This recipe was handed to my mother by our small-town reverend's wife in the 1970s (Mrs. Hutton). My mom then handed the recipe to me when I went to college.
3 C flourPreheat your oven to 400° F. Sift sugar and flour. Cut in butter. Add milk and mix with your hands to a gooey consistency.
⅓ C sugar
3 heaping tsp baking powder
½ C butter
~1 C milk
Roll out on counter and cut individual biscuits.
Don’t handle them too much.
Bake at 400° F for 20 minutes or until lightly browned.
Serve. These are amazing the day they're cooked. Mrs. Dude thinks they're pretty good on day 2 as well. I disagree. Bake only as many as you think you'll eat the night you make them.