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1 cup self-rising flour (I like White Lily the best)
2 tablespoons bacon fat or lard
Enough buttermilk to mix dough

It is easier to blend the first two ingredients before adding the
buttermilk. It helps to keep the lumps out of the dough. Mix the
ingredients until desired consistency, then pour onto floured wax
paper and pat out keeping dough patted with flour so as not to
stick to paper and then cut out with favorite cutter or spoon out
and top with butter and bake at 450 degrees until golden brown.
My grandmother always used a "hoe cake" skillet, but anything that
is dark will do. They just seem to taste better.

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