Herbed Biscuits with Spiral Sliced Ham

Herbed Biscuit with Spiral Sliced Ham

Our tradition is to host a New Year’s Eve party each year, and invite friends over for “Just 5 minutes or Even 5 hours”…..whichever they prefer. Some folks pop in for a few bites, visit with the group, then off they go to other parties.  Others stay for a lengthy visit, and we get to catch up with these friends over entirely too much food. But the resolutions don’t start until after midnight, right?

One of the stars of the party this year was Herbed Biscuits with Spiral Sliced Ham a recipe from Cooking Light. (You can access the recipe by clicking on the underline above.) For toppings, we offered slices of horseradish cheese, pickle slices, and various mustards, so the guests could customize their biscuit.  The fun part of this was that Wade constructed and made the Herbed Biscuits from scratch – with herbs from our garden! The bad news is – no photos were taken of the Photographer in action with his apron getting flour coated…sorry!…next time, I promise……!

Herbed Biscuit Close Up

We do have a photo of the finished product, and this super simple biscuit recipe is available from “Cooking Light” by clicking on the link in the paragraph above. Super easy to make, so give them a try. There is nothing to fear about these home-made melt in your mouth treats. Hope you enjoy!!

 

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About Our Kitchen Inventions

Inspired by travels to Italy, cooking with fresh ingredients, sharing our Kitchen Inventions dinners with friends, and enjoying good wine. Photography and cooking are the main focus for our site. Please stop by Wade's website to enjoy more of his works of photography.
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2 Responses to Herbed Biscuits with Spiral Sliced Ham

  1. JoAnn Cauthen says:

    Sure looks scrumpcious to me! will look forward to trying them for
    Papa C and I. He is doing a few more carbs these days!!!!
    Love and Prayers, to yu 2, Mama C

    Like

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