Carries creates recipes for her next cookbook, which is difficult because she never uses recipes! She also meets with Charleston barbecue chef Rodney Scott to discuss business and collaborations. Somehow, she finds time to mentor a woman just entering the online bakery business.
Carrie shows off her Charleston roots making shrimp and grits on the water with her dad. They create a giant feast with Callie, her culinary inspiration and mom. Then she and her lifelong friends create a girls’ only dinner and re-live how they banded together to launch the biscuit empire.
While her staff of accomplished bakers competes to make the best pie, Carrie takes employees to a South Carolina dairy farm to see how one of their essential ingredients, buttermilk, is made. The day ends by making fresh biscuits with the farmer’s wife.
On the day Carrie and her team are set to finally launch a rebrand of their biscuit business, the coronavirus overtakes America. Over the next months, she will shed staff, run out of flour, but also discover a new path to success.
It’s a full life, every day. Carrie Morey runs a growing business based on her mother’s biscuit recipe. She does this from her kitchen, her car, food festivals, her daughter’s volleyball games, and anywhere else she finds herself around Charleston.