And it went well. The girls assured me they thought the biscuits were delicious and that they had fun. They even sat nicely as I read a chapter from By the Shores of Silver Lake -- the one where the Boasts come to Christmas and Ma and Laura teach Mrs. Boast how to make sourdough -- and asked me to keep going when I stopped.
It was a fun experience to share LIW with the next generation of fans. As part of the Laura Ingalls Wilder Research and Legacy Association, it is a responsibility I take pretty seriously. It is a bonus that I have fun doing it.
I will share the recipe for this in a future Reading in the Kitchen post, but I wanted to share some of the photos from our day. You can check out more in the album on my Facebook page.
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