Welcome, dear friend! Here you will find an inside look into my life as a business owner and newlywed, helpful advice from years of studying wedding publications, and snippets of all things delightful as they delight my virtual travels. I'm so glad you're here!
Hi Y’all! In my growing love for the South and the culture there, I have taken quite a liking to searching for southern recipes and such. Since I am from New England, I do not have heirloom recipes for biscuits and jam, but I would love to start a legacy of my own for my future family. While I prefer healthy foods and nourishing my body with the right things, it is nice to indulge in classic comforts sometimes. Today is a frigid day in New Hampshire, so let’s cozy up and talk biscuits for a moment and then swoon over some inspired kitchen items that I have collected in my virtual travels.
A couple of weeks back, I tried making biscuits and jam from scratch for the first time and they came out very well! I used this recipe from Mrs. Paula Deen and they were, as expected, very rich and delicious. In searching for a biscuit recipe to pair with today’s post, I came upon this recipe and I could relate to the story that was entwined with it. Now I am not sure if authentic southern ladies have secret tips and tricks up their sleeves when it comes to biscuits, but those are things that I will hopefully learn from experience.
In keeping with the theme of cozy and classic comforts, I have put together a collection of kitchen items that conjure up warm and delightful feelings for me. I hope you enjoy!
A set of nesting biscuit cutters in precious packaging
This whisk with a fun floral-patterned stoneware handle.
Classic pyrex nesting bowls (I think all of the ladies in my family own a set of these bright bowls!)
A step-by-step for handmade tea towels, inspired by family recipe cards
Now I am in the mood to make another batch of biscuits! If you have a delicious recipe for either biscuits or another comfort food that you’d like to share, I’d love to hear it in the comments! I hope you have a wonderful Wednesday 🙂