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If you grew up in the south, you’ll understand how a good buttermilk biscuit can have a life-long hold on you. Buttery, flaky, and tender, Callie’s biscuits are almost everything you’d want a biscuit to be. Reading Callie’s ingredient list revealed a special ingredient: cream cheese.
Now, sure, if you want to make biscuits yourself Callie provided her wonderful recipe to the Washington Post: Callie’s Biscuit Recipe.
Here’s a tip. Not any flour will do. When Callie’s recipe calls for White Lily brand self-rising flour, well, good luck in finding that north of the Mason-Dixon line. For you biscuit lovers reading this, I know from first-hand experience that Kentucky biscuit makers favor Martha White’s brand self-rising flour.
But for those who want a tender biscuit without the work, Callie’s has you covered! You can order two dozen classic buttermilk biscuits or maybe their ham biscuits, which use finely chopped artisanal Virginia Country Ham, Dijon mustard butter and their signature cheese and chive biscuit.
Let’s Go Shopping!
Pricing: $40 for 2 dozen biscuits (serves 8 – 10 people), $45 for 2 dozen ham biscuits
Shipping: Ships with a reusable cooler and a gel ice pack, so 2-day shipping is pricey. $20 from NC to NY.
Take me there! www.calliesbiscuits.com