In search of the perfect biscuit

Paris, Jay; Paris, Carmi Zona
May 1993
Yankee;May93, Vol. 57 Issue 5, p110
Profiles Mary Jo Hewitt of Montpelier, Vermont, who is famous for her baked goods, and includes several of her recipes. How she produced original recipes; Description of her kitchen; Use of fresh, organic, local products; Evolution of her biscuit recipe; Two decades of testing; Why she created most of her recipes; Her guidelines for cooking; Mary Jo's famous biscuits; Mary Jo's oat bran muffins; Zapikana; Spiced peach rhubarb jam; More.


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