Heirloom Biscuit Slab Used for FIRST Time!


Come along as I use my Great-Great Grandmother's Tennessee marble biscuit slab for the very first time! Thank you for following our journey! xo
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-2 Cups Plain Flour-sifted
-1 Tablespoon Baking Powder
-Pinch of Baking Soda
-Pinch of Salt
-4-6 Tablespoons Fat
-1 Cup Buttermilk
-Extra Flour handy for mixing & cutting

Bake 400-450 for 15-20 minutes on cast iron depending on oven!

17 thoughts on “Heirloom Biscuit Slab Used for FIRST Time!

  1. Patara I just wanted to tell you how much I absolutely admire you. I am a 38 year old mama homesteading, homeschooling mama of 7 (our oldest in heaven) and I have learned so much from you. Thanks so much for sharing your life with me/us. I hope to meet you one day to be able to give you a hug and tell you thank you. I love all these biscuit videos. It is always good to lear how to do something different or making something new. White Lilly is my fav flour, what a honor it is to have that marble stone from your great, great grandmothers. Love and blessings from our family to yours, Jerusha

  2. Isn’t it wonderful to use something that was your Grandmother’s? I “inherited” my Grandma’s “bread making” bowl. Just seems to make better bread with all those memories in it.

  3. Don’t you just love the fact, that as your hands touch the marble they are touching your great great grandmothers hands! Gives me chills! A spiritual connection! By the way, I love your hair! It looks great!

  4. I get that. I have a table that my grandparents had on their “back porch” that all us kids ate around. I redid the table and made it a island for my kitchen. I have a question dear, have you used the milk powder for baking and or the buttermilk powder? With the way things are going these days, I’ve gotten some and want to use it for my baking. Thanks dear

  5. When I was little my dad told me to pay attention to the tools you are using. If you have a bunch of knives, one knife will always feel better in your hand. Coffee will always taste best from a certain cup. He said Creator gave us those things to teach us something or to comfort us or to help us remember who we are. Just so, maybe, with your Great-Great-Grandmother’s biscuit board. That’s all I have to say.

    1. Oh this spoke to my heart! How very true this is. When I was younger and setting up home I wanted new and matching. Through the years I have come to treasure certain items and I do not care that they match, I do not want new and as a matter of fact the older the better, I often wonder about the hands that once held them. What wisdom your dad gave you. I hope it would ok with you if I start to pass this down to my adult children and grandchildren? I love it ❤ Thank you for sharing and God bless.

  6. Would love to see more recipes that granny did. Don’t get me wrong I LOVE that I have learned to make biscuits from you. From the snow flake biscuits to the depression biscuits and everything in between. But I would love to see more.

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