Identifier: Tobacco Farm Life Museum
Making biscuits is a time-honored southern tradition that will never fade. Biscuits on the farm were always made from scratch with the baker up to their elbows in dough. A wooden bowl like this one served as a container to mix and kneed the dough in. Plain wood with small handles on the side for easy carrying, the dough bowl was a kitchen tool that saw use everyday on the farm. more...