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‘Dorm Drops’ provide taste of home in biscuit form

August 29, 2013

Michelle Tehan's biscuits became a success at the Starkville Community Market. Its success led her to create "dorm drops," delivering biscuits to dorm rooms on Mississippi State's campus. (Submitted photo)

For many college students, mealtime involves university dining halls or something equivalent to Ramen noodles, but Michelle Tehan, “the biscuit lady,” is trying to change that.

Tehan began selling her buttermilk biscuits from her home in the spring, with customers coming to her door for their Saturday morning breakfast. She then moved The Biscuit Shop to the Starkville Community Market. With the community market finished for the season, Tehan created “dorm drops,” where she delivers a bag of a dozen biscuits for $8 to the door of student’s dorms. The biscuits are freshly made and should be good for a few days.

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