Athens Family Lifestyle Photographer | Made In Monroe

I’ve always admired Mary Hester’s eye for design. She has the ability to make any space feel fresh, cheery and cozy in the best way. She and her husband recently renovated their grandparents home to make it their own and y’all it’s beautiful. The cabinets were made by her husband’s wood shop, Made in Monroe. If you are ever in need of custom cabinetry I would highly recommend them. The quality of their work is just gorgeous.

We recently took an afternoon together and documented Mary Hester cooking her grandmother’s cheese biscuit recipe with her little boy. It was so much fun and the perfect activity for a busy little one! If you’re interested the recipe and credits for their kitchen scroll down to the bottom of the post, the biscuits are delicious! 

RECIPE – Pimento Cheese Biscuits
Ingredients:
1/2 lb. New York Sharp Cheddar
2 tablespoon onion soup mix
2 cups flour
1/2 cup butter
1/4-1/2 teaspoon. cayanne pepper
3-4 tablespoon water
Pecan halves
  1. Cream butter & cheese
  2. Stir in cayenne pepper & soup mix
  3. Stir in flour
  4. Add tbs. water (2 at a time) blend with fork until mixed
  5. Separate into two balls
  6. Wrap in saran wrap, chill in fridge for at least one hour
  7. Roll it out using flour
  8. Cut with pastry cutters
  9. Stick pecan halves on top
  10. Bake at 350 degrees for 10-12 minutes or until golden brown

Kitchen Cabinets: Made in Monroe | Countertops: A Polished Finish | Stove: LaCornue USA | Flooring: Georgia Reclaimed | Lab: Richard Photo Lab

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