Red Lobster Biscuits, or Should I Say, "Bisquicks"
Yes, I know you're too big a food snob to eat at Red Lobster (or perhaps I underestimate the open-mindedness of your palate!) but I also know you love those amazing cheddar biscuits! Toss this in the category of mom's straight-from-the-can-tuna-casserole: things you love but you know aren't exactly "whole foods."
Well, foodie biscuit lover, you can now make Red Lobster's Cheddar Bay Biscuits, or a close approximation anyway, at home! Illana's got the recipe for ya right here.
I just got home from school on my first day back. I'm exhausted and so will sign off. It's going to be quite a semester.
Posted by jess at January 10, 2005 11:53 PM
sweet merciful crap i'm totally going to make some of those tonight! hoorrah!
BY THE WAY-how did you get the booties to be relatively close in stripe-matching? did that take planning or was it a happy accident?
Good luck with your semester and thanks for the recipe link!
Those biscuits are like crack. And the waiters are pushers...when we went there, they offered us a whole bag to go at the end of our meal, after we had already scarfed down two baskets full. Crack, I tell you!
let me know how the biskies turn out!
the striping was totally accidental... i hadn't even noticed until you pointed it out! but i think koigu just has so many colors that the match looks closer than it actually is, if that makes sense.
Jess, I love RL biscuits, and I'm happy to find your lovely blog. I am so with you on the surprising number of errors in Last Minute Knitted Gifts. Melanie Falick, where were you??? I do love the finished objects though, and navigating the errors becomes part of the journey...
Ugh. I did my famous trick of printing something off and leaving on dayjob's printer and leaving it at work, to find it in my 'inbox' the next day. so now someone knows, that i'm surfing the internet on dayjob's time. well, they have 'proof' i should say.......so no RL bikkies for me last night. Perhaps tonight?
i just made the biscuits... a plus. i'm a fan thank you so much for sharing.