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Scott - thanks for sharing this! I've worked on duplicating my 91-yr-old mother-in-law's recipe. Hers doesn't use any shortening, butter, or buttermilk. I haven't found any other published recipe that is similiar. I'm wondering if it was an adaptaption she created on her own back in the day when resources were scarce. She and her husband raised a family of 5 in Paoli, Indiana, on a farmer's earnings. An amazing woman! Anyway, thanks for sharing this recipe. I'll try it as a variation to our standard one.

I made this for my husband and he loved it. I added a can of cream of chicken soup and it tasted just like the recipe my Aunt Mary used to make. Thanks for sharing your recipe.

I like this recipe. Mix in one cup of the hot broth and one cup of buttermilk. Money should be about the same uniformity as cookie dough.

This sounds a lot like a recipe of my grandmother. I like this type of cooking.

This is so sweet recipe.

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