Category: Sunday Reader

Sunday Reader: Buttermilk Biscuits

I remember my Granny making biscuits every morning at her house. I don’t recall the recipe, but I remember helping her when I was a kid. Actually, there probably wasn’t a “recipe” because she just knew how much was enough. A couple of scoops of flour, some buttermilk, some bacon grease, some Crisco, mix it

Happy (Very Different) Easter

So many of our traditions are being shattered during this Great Time Out. There’s been no first day of baseball season. March Madness took on a whole new meaning. And I’m sure somewhere, in a lab near Augusta, scientists are feverishly working on how to make dogwoods and azaleas bloom in November. For Christians, Easter

Sunday Reader: Comfort In Cast Iron

I like to cook. In fact, I’m a really good cook if I do say so myself. I don’t really have a “go to” recipe that I cook all the time, but I do have a “go to” piece of hardware. Well, really, two pieces of hardware: my 9-inch and 10-inch Lodge cast iron skillets.