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Paula and Jellyroll show you how to make The Lady and Sons' biscuits. Added on November 04 2010 | 88 Comments
I just watched you and Neeta make cheese scones. (Biscuits)
to you. I have to say the recipe is great! You always make me laugh,
If you are ever feeling down just look at your video. Within the first 2 minutes i'm off. Not that i don't like to laugh but i laugh so much i cant see the video. Paper tissue coming out.
I am from Scotland and scones are big.. So is Scotch eggs you would like them, just like Southern cooking.
keep up the good work
Ps. How can you tell a true Scotsman.. By the tilt in his kilt.
By Aileen Downie on May 03, 2013
The Lady & Sons Biscuits
By Betty on March 06, 2013
The lady and sons biscuits I love to have some of them.
By Donna marie eichhorn on March 06, 2013
I can not get the other comments to open so this question might have been asked before. But when did she add any butter/lard/shortening to the dough?
By wendy on November 09, 2012
Loved this video. Love Paula, her family, and Jellyroll.
By Margaret Friese on October 14, 2012
I really loved the video. But I would like to know the oven temp. and how long to bake them. I love Paula and Jellyroll. sincerly Sandra
By sandra case on October 14, 2012
Love the video!! You both had me laughn'! Makes me miss my Ky home!!
By Dawn Chlipala on October 13, 2012
How can a deaf person watch your video when it is not Closed Caption for the Deaf?
By Floyd Newcomer on October 12, 2012
Loved the video, you are both crazy but in a funny way. Did forget to indicate the temp to bake the biscuits on though.
By Rhona on October 12, 2012
I truly enjoyed watching you all enjoy yourselves. I count it all joy the ability to exchange laughter and love while enjoying every minute of it. It reminded me of when Big momma use to make breakfast on Saturday mornings. I miss those days! Thanks for sharing you all be blessed.
By `Maria on October 12, 2012
I tried this recipe before viewing the video and brushed with butter BEFORE cooking, as the recipe was written. Now I know better. The video was a great help too in seeing the consistency of the batter.
By Jane on October 12, 2012
How Fun you two are together! This was a joy to watch and I will be making these biscuits tonight!
By Dena on October 12, 2012
Very good biscuits.Enjoyed watching your video. Love Jellyroll and you too Paula.
By Catherine Hooks on August 09, 2012
I had my picture made with Jellyroll, holding a BIG bowl of your delicious fried chicken, when I visited "The Lady and Son's" a few years ago. She is a doll! My hubby and I really enjoyed the food and the experience! We can't wait to come back for another visit!
By LuLu on August 09, 2012
Loved the video, looks like you have such a good time ! I visited Paula and Sons with my 4 sisters when we all got together for a reunion. It was just the BEST ever, you won't be disappointed, just wish I had been there at 11 AM for that bell ringing!Would love to return one day!
By Betty on August 08, 2012
This is an excellent step-by-step recipe but this clip does not give the oven temperature or how long to bake the biscuites.
I think I would love Nita if I met her. Love the sense of humor and friendship between her and Paula.
By Gayle Kohlenberg on August 07, 2012
miss jellyroll make's me thank miss kat she'a very good cook .her cook almost as good as my mom .
By terri davis on July 30, 2012
I think I giggled from start to finish on this video. Loved it!
By Suzanne Sharpe on June 23, 2012
Let me tell you girlfriend,the first time I made homemade biscuit.
They were smellin great,but when I took them out of the oven it was rock solid hard.My brother came into the kitchen and say ,what are you baking
and I say biscuit,he say let me taste it and I say okay.The next thing I know all of my biscuit were gone.I say wow,my brother really like those hard biscuit.The next thing I knew my brother took the biscuit outside and had a rock battle with it with his friend.( it is a game throwing rocks at each other and instead of throwing rocks ,they were throwing my biscuit....WOW!
Mary Lee Randolph !
PS.Butter Make It Better !
By Mary on June 21, 2012
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