Big Damn Breadsticks #Food

We had pesketti the other night, so we had to have Big Damn Breadsticks to go with them. Big Damn Breadsticks aren’t actually breadsticks at all; they’re actually biscuits. So I guess I should call them — and this post — Big Damn Biscuitsticks.

ANYWAY, here’s a picture of them.

Big Damn Breadsticks (or Biscuitsticks)

big damn breadsticksI started with Heart Smart Bisquick and skim milk, but stirred in some garlic salt and Italian cheese mix (Parmesan, Asiago, and Romano). I thought about putting some chopped olives in them, too, but I forgotted. Separate the dough into equal portions and bake according to Bisquick package directions.

Delicious! Oh, and pesketti is spaghetti, in case you never had or never knew any kids.

A WRITING PROMPT FOR YOU: Someone forgets a component of something.

MA

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  1. Jane
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    December 17, 2014 at 10:06am

    For some reason this reminds me of a fabled deed of my youth. My fairly wee youth.

    I was making cornbread (OK, I was onl yhelping), when I added a big damn portion of salt. No one caught on until the deed was baked. YUCK!

    And it’s spelled
    p’sketti.

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      Marian Allen
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      December 17, 2014 at 11:15am

      And your comment reminds me of the time one of the girls, who shall be nameless here, decided to make ginger cookies ALL ON HER OWN and added like a fourth of a cup instead of a cup of a teaspoon. Yeah, not so good.

      As for the spelling: I stand corrected. 😉
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