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Rae Grant

These seem great. I have some yams maybe I'll try it tonight along with mini meatloaves. If I have the oven on I usually bake biscuits for dinner. You are ever inspiring me!

Jan Scott


Oh, it sounds like it would be great with meatloaf.  I hope you like it!

Kerry

Oh I cannot wait to try these this weekend! I'll bet they are terrific with ham! Rae, I love the idea of serving them with meatloaf. I know my hubby will LOVE it! Thanks to both of you for the inspiration!

Karine

Great sandwich! It sounds delicious :)

Sprouted Kitchen/ Sara

ooo i love how homemade and amazing this biscuits look! I WILL make these!

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