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Old 01-14-2019, 10:31 AM
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Default I want Pillsbury Grand biscuits on 2 different nights

I have a tube of Pillsbury Grand biscuits and would like to have some with chili one night this week, and others with Italian Wedding Soup another night, also this week.

What's the best-tasting way to accomplish this?

Bake them all at the same time and re-heat half? Or leave the second half raw and bake them when I need them?

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Default Re: I want Pillsbury Grand biscuits on 2 different nights

Either/ or would work, Lee.
They're very versatile.
If it were me, I'd just bake them all at once.
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