Monday, January 14, 2008

Baking-Powder Biscuits

**** Source: 1907 Pure Foods Cook Book
Into two cups of sifted pastry flour, sift and mix one level teaspoon of salt and four level or two rounded teaspoons baking powder; chop in one level tablespoon of chilled Cottolene, wet to a stiff dough with about three-fourths cup of milk, or half water and half milk. Toss out on a floured board, pat it down and roll one-half inch thick. Cut into small rounds and bake in a hot oven.


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