That’s why she’s the “Cheese Biscuit Queen.”
So many stories could be written about Greene’s Aunt Mimi’s cheese biscuits—the countries they visited, and the lies, half-truths, and conniving of small children (not to mention grown) to get them. For Greene, who inherited the title of Cheese Biscuit Queen—and the recipe—from her aunt, making the biscuits and continuing to share Aunt Mimi’s recipe keeps her love and legacy alive.
In The Cheese, Biscuit Queen Tells All, Greene, a South Carolinian and former lobbyist, pairs more than one hundred tried-and-true recipes for dishes like country ham scones, Frogmore stew dip, shrimp and corn pie, and lemon pound cake with stories from her corner of the South. The book opens with the famous cheese biscuit recipe (complete with family secrets), and the pages that follow brim with fabulous characters, antic-filled anecdotes, and recipes so good they might just call for a change in State House rules.