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Biscuits in the Cooking Corner with Ariel and Noel

Updated on April 1, 2014

The Cooking Corner with Ariel and Noel *02

Biscuits!

 

Noel: Ariel..I want to take this recipe on by myself..

Ariel: It’s Cooking with Ariel and Noel.

Noel: Let me take this?

Ariel: Okay, okay.. But the theme is biscuits.

Noel: I got it girlfriend!

Ariel: You mean cousin..

Noel: It’s just an expression.. Now take a seat near the microwave.. Or if you’re cold you can stick your head in the oven. If your hot, you can stick your feet in the freezer.. And if you’re hot and cold...

Ariel: I get the picture!

Noel: Ingredients: 1 slice of American cheese and one buttermilk biscuit

Take a knife and cut the biscuit horizontally. Put the cheese in the biscuit and put it in the micro-wave oven for one minute. You can wrap it in a paper towel or place it on a micro-wave safe dish.. I don’t care. Take it out and let cool for 30 seconds. Trust me.. You got to let it cool.. I got the burn scars to prove that theory. Eat and Enjoy this little Noel Recipe.

Ariel: Happy?

Noel: Oh hell yeah...

Ariel: Golden Herbs and Biscuits today.

Noel: What the hell is golden herbs?

Ariel: Sit and learn... Now!

2 cups sifted flout 3/4 c. milk 1T. Baking powder 2 T. Chopped chives

1 tsp. Salt 2 T. Pimento. 1/3 C. Chilled shortening 1T. Chopped parsley.

These are your needed ingredients.

Noel: Where’s the gold smarty pants?

Ariel: Now! Preheat oven to 450 degrees. Sift flour, baking powder and salt in a bowl. Cut in shortening with two knives until mixture resembles coarse meal.

Noel: Coarse meal? What are you serving ..nails?

Ariel: Add chives, pimento and parsley. Add milk, stirring gently until mixture forms soft dough. Kneed dough on lightly floured board until smooth..

Noel: You need dough? Why don’t you just stop this cooking corner and get a job. I can handle this.

Ariel: Roll dough on board until ½ inch thick. Cut dough with floured biscuit cutter. Place cut dough on ungreased baking sheet 1-inch apart. Brush lightly with milk, melted butter or margarine. Bake 12 to 15 minutes or until golden brown. Serve hot. Makes 16 2-inch biscuits..

Noel: That’s it?

Ariel: That’s all she wrote..

Kimber: ( Noel’s mother): Hey this cheese biscuits you guys made are fantastic.. And they don’t even look too difficult to make. Ronnie try these cheese biscuts that the kids made on their cooking corner show.

Ronnie: ( Ariel's mother ) Kids these are the best.. Just a biscuit.. A slice of cheese.. And that’s it?

Noel: That’s it..:)

Kimber: What’s in the oven?

Noel: Heart-ache......

Cook Time

Prep time: 10 min
Cook time: 15 min
Ready in: 25 min
Yields: serves 6 to 8

Ingredients

  • Flour ( key )
  • flour baking powder, Chopped chives
  • salt pimento parsley, milk
5 stars from 3 ratings of Biscuits

© 2012 Frank Atanacio

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      Frank Atanacio 23 months ago from Shelton

      LOL..Ill take the sugar.. sleep tight ....

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      Faith Reaper 23 months ago from southern USA

      Oh, I just thought of more ...speaking of biscuits ..."Well butter my biscuit" and "Don't count your chickens before they hatch" and we always tell our loved ones before we are fixin' to go to bed, "gimme some sugar" darlin'

      Bless your heart, for putting up with my silliness here. Well, off to dreamland for sure now because I will have to "put on my big girl panties and deal with it" ... that morning commute into the city LOL

      "Let me hug your neck." is another one from this neck of the woods.

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      Frank Atanacio 23 months ago from Shelton

      sweet dreams gud nite

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      Faith Reaper 23 months ago from southern USA

      Oh, shoot fire, you'd fit in right nice down here, ya' know : ) ...you young whipper snapper you or old coot LOL Goodnight

      I'll be back ...oh, no, that's Arnold

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      Frank Atanacio 23 months ago from Shelton

      thanks again for reading.. I spect it ain't the best I did, but it'll be iighit..:) bless you Faith

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      Faith Reaper 23 months ago from southern USA

      I see, but in reality I never say "young'un" LOL ...and I am contributing to stereotyping by doing so : )

      Well, I reckon I best hit the hay before too long now ...just trying to be funny now.

      Oh, I love your braising cooking hub too : ) too funny, you funny man you.

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      Frank Atanacio 23 months ago from Shelton

      perfect LOL.. don't you see

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      Faith Reaper 23 months ago from southern USA

      : 0 ...yes, it was in me and had to come out.

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      Frank Atanacio 23 months ago from Shelton

      LOL there it is..:)

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      Faith Reaper 23 months ago from southern USA

      I think you are still a kid at heart, so you that makes you still a youngun' as we say here in the south : ) ...

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      Frank Atanacio 23 months ago from Shelton

      me too im a bit older..:( LOL

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      Faith Reaper 23 months ago from southern USA

      My pleasure, Frank! I see that you published a couple more of these back when and I am certainly going to enjoy reading those as well. I think you came up with a clever and unique way of doing a recipe hub that all found delightful. Good job!

      Those little darlings are a bit older by now.

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      Frank Atanacio 23 months ago from Shelton

      funny that you pulled this up.. I was planning to do two a month back then, but it only got a little attention so I dropped it.. good to see them again..:) thanks Faith

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      Faith Reaper 23 months ago from southern USA

      Another creative way to introduce a great recipe, Golden Herbs and Biscuits! Again, the dialogue is priceless and I see the children must have picked up a few choice words from their granddad : )

      Adorable and tasty!

      Sharing everywhere

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      Frank Atanacio 3 years ago from Shelton

      thanks Jackie :)

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      Jackie Lynnley 3 years ago from The Beautiful South

      Wow; I sure missed this! Sounds like a great recipe and beautiful kids!

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      Frank Atanacio 4 years ago from Shelton

      silly :)

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      lovedoctor926 4 years ago

      Voting up 5 stars on this recipe. I had no clue what golden herbs were either.I love the dialogue between the two cutie pies. I get the picture too! you still haven't told me whose the stud in the background. Lol.

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      Frank Atanacio 4 years ago from Shelton

      thanks so much sweetie1 bless you

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      sweetie1 4 years ago from India

      A very novel way of writing a recipe. It is one of most interesting way of writing a recipe I have seen anywhere.

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      Frank Atanacio 5 years ago from Shelton

      thanks pegcole :)

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      Peg Cole 5 years ago from Dallas, Texas

      Mmmm. Biscuits. Makes me hungry for biscuits. With strawberry jam. How clever of these two little chefs to make them from scratch. Wow. Adorable picture of them.

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      Frank Atanacio 5 years ago from Shelton

      No Duffsmom thank you..:)

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      P. Thorpe Christiansen 5 years ago from Pacific Northwest, USA

      I look forward to more of the fun recipes. Thanks Frank, this series is great.

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      Frank Atanacio 5 years ago from Shelton

      again thanks so much V :)

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      Voronwe 5 years ago

      Awesome dialogue...keep them coming! Shall definitely eat and enjoy little Noel's recipe and the other one. The kids in the pic are so adorable!

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      Frank Atanacio 5 years ago from Shelton

      thanks again D.juris for the visit once more :) Frank

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      D.Juris Stetser 5 years ago from South Dakota

      You've done it again Frank! Really cute, as well as useful. I love the grownup asides coming from these adorable 3 year old mouths...lol clever thank you for a fun idea.

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      Frank Atanacio 5 years ago from Shelton

      Bless you phdast7

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      Frank Atanacio 5 years ago from Shelton

      thanks Hyphen that was very kind comment.. and Lean hope you enjoy the bake :) bless you both Frank

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      Theresa Ast 5 years ago from Atlanta, Georgia

      Frank - You did a good job riffing on "P" Besides you have other important gifts and talents. :) Have a great day. :)

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      leann2800 5 years ago

      Pimento and biscuits. Why didn't I think of that? I love both of those separately, they must be good together. I will be trying this one soon. Thanks for sharing

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      Brenda Barnes 5 years ago from America-Broken But Still Beautiful

      Frank, you are so cool. I can see dialog like this on a TV show between two chefs. Thanks for the recipe and the laugh.

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      Frank Atanacio 5 years ago from Shelton

      Phdats7, pretty clever, plenty of words Piled High here in your problem free pensive comment.. I can't do it LOL thanks P...

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      Theresa Ast 5 years ago from Atlanta, Georgia

      Frank - This is funny, fantastic, and functional. I am looking forward to more frequent, fabulous, and fastidious Recipes. This is a forward-looking, and fascinating new niche you found for yourself, Frank. :)

      I am not waxing facetious, when I say I fear that some furtive, fierce, felon will pil-F-er your favorite biscuit recipe and fabricate it for sale at the local fair the following February. I fervently hope that doesn't happen and I have faith that any such fallacious attempt to de-F-raud you will founder ( not to be confused with fonder or flounder) in failure. :)

      Sorry, I really couldn't help myself. Another hubber got me started on this today (his letter of choice was "a") and now my silly brain is perseverating all over the place. Seriously, I really enjoyed this Hub, quit clever and useful. I hope you do a series of these. :) Theresa Forwarding. (previously known as Sharing)

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      Frank Atanacio 5 years ago from Shelton

      thank you so much thelyricwriter.. and WDCurry thank you for giving me such a hearty laugh bless you.. stick it to the man LOL yeah thanks so much Frank

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      WD Curry 111 5 years ago from Space Coast

      Frank,

      I am too busy to fool with HubPages, lately. However, I had a couple of minutes to spare this morning. I have always enjoyed your stuff. I figured I would take the time to check out Atanacio's latest. I had forgotten about the recipe contest. I think it inspired me to seek out other venues.

      I see you have made the best of the situation. This is the most creative and productive approach I can imagine. It was truly entertaining on several levels . . . show off the kids, stick it to the man, one more thing a southern boy can do with a biscuit.

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      Richard Ricky Hale 5 years ago from West Virginia

      Frank, you made this recipe fun and interesting. 5 star rating from me pal. Most recipe hubs are so bland, but you made it fun to read. I love biscuits, especially with thick hearty gravy. If I had everything I needed, I would cook right now.Voted up, useful, funny, and awesome pal.

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      Frank Atanacio 5 years ago from Shelton

      writer20 thank you soo much.. Lovedoctor thanks for showing me some love.. and Sue thank you for visiting the kitchen corner :)

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      Sueswan 5 years ago

      Hi Frank

      Sweet! Loved it. :)

      Voted up up and away!

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      lovedoctor926 5 years ago

      I loved it Frank. The biscuits were made with love. The babies are precious and gorgeous.

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      Joyce Haragsim 5 years ago from Southern Nevada

      Frank, thank you for my morning chuckle loved this it's very cute inded.

      Voted interesting and funny, my friend.

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      Frank Atanacio 5 years ago from Shelton

      thanks Susan and the recipes are actually functional ...:)

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      Susan Zutautas 5 years ago from Ontario, Canada

      Frank this is such a creative way to write a recipe. Loved it and those kids are so darn cute!