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Alright, ya know that silence that comes to the table sometimes? your eating and just not thinking about talking much and then all of the sudden you see somethin with a lable on it and you pick it up and start reading it, right? Well the fam. was at a sit down dinner eating all the bbq Pork they would wrap their lips around (thus the reason for the unsual silence), when all of the sudden I see the lable for this certian brand of bbq sauce. so I pick it up and start readin. Well now, this WAS my favorite bbq sauce in the whole wide world but not anymore. can anyone tell me what in the world HALF of those ingreidents are?? LORD, no wonder we are dying off from cancer like never before!
Speaking of BBQ, I ran across this AWESOME web site the other day that tells you how to make your own brick Smoker. I pray that the LORD might bless us to own some land someday so that I might build one of those for the Betterment of mankind! Now Please be warned. lookin at that web site can produce the sin of Envy. Be Careful! How I love cookin Bar-B-Q, and makin biscuits!

BlackJack

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My wife makes the BEST blueberry MUFFINS in the world. I love them. I also Love Biscuits. and buttermilk. I have been wondering how a blueberry Buttermilk biscuit would taste, so I just made me up a batch tonight. I just took my standard buttermilk Biscuit recipe and added a cup of frozen blueberrys.

Ingredients
At a glance:

2 1/4 C. Bisquick Mix
2/3 C. Buttermilk
1 tsp. Sugar
1 Tbsp. Butter, melted

Methods/steps

Preheat oven to 450 degrees. Mix first three ingredients together, add 1 Tbsp. of the melted butter into batter. Stir ingredients untill it looks prickley. Drop them into your drop Biscuit pan and cook away for bout’ 10 minutes. To make like Popeye’s Biscuits, or KFC Biscuits prepare the same way, but brush melted butter when they are placed in the oven, and when you take the biscuits out of the oven.

This is what they looked like.
I am a die hard Drop Biscuit fan. why anyone would roll out, and knead all that dough, I’ll never know. you can do it twice as fast and it tase the same, “Droppin” (plus, bisquick is a great help!). the Cracker Barrel
has great cast iron cookwear. Thats were I bought my Drop Biscuit skillett at, and brother was it worth the money! Anyway, the verdicts still out on the Biscuits. I think they need a bit (alot) more sugar or somethin. If one of ya’ll has a recipe or knows bout’ blueberry biscuits, let me know.

BlackJack

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