The Riley/Land Collection | Wooden Biscuit Cutter
A new family heirloom. At my house, biscuits were an everyday thing when I was a kid. And, of course, she used her grandma's old, decidedly-worn biscuit cutter. That's what people in the South often do. That being said, when she got her hands on one of these handmade suckers (hers is walnut), she retired my grandma's to a place of honor and has made thousands more biscuits with one of our handmade wooden pieces. -Joseph Riley LandThis is The Riley/Land Collections best-selling item. The item that Chef Carla Hall declared as her favorite stocking stuffer in Food Network Magazine; the item that Southern Cast Iron listed as a staple in the Southern kitchen; the item that Taste of the South Magazine claims is a "must have" for your kitchen.
- Makes 2.5" diameter biscuits
- Do not put in the dishwasher. Do not soak in the sink. I recommend wiping with a damp cloth after use. Periodically, if needed, use beeswax or food-safe mineral oil for upkeep.