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  1. Hi Suzanne: I just made your biscuit recipe the end product is everything a country girl could ask for. Light flaky and very delightful. I will tuck your recipe away for my grand kids and their parents. Just have to introduce a yummy thing once to them and their mother will on the phone the next day wanting the recipe. This one is truly worth passing on. Thanks for sharing with us. I am 61 have 4 grown sons and 14 grandchildren. Lots of hungry months wanting something new from Gramma. This will fit the ticket quite nicely. I have other recipes I have gathered through the years but this one is a little extra flakier and taste better. I am also a country girl grew up in rural Ontario Canada . But no matter which part of North America we are from country means the same. Simple home goodness cooked with love of family and the produce we grow. thanks Elaine Haines

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