Saturday, June 23, 2012

Yes, Dear. They're delicious.


These biscuits are proof that the less time you spend cooking, the more difficult Bisquick biscuits are to make.

I have begun doing the lion's share of cooking since children have entered our lives. No names here, but let's just say that cooking skills can get rusty if they're not often practiced (especially in conditions where you are constantly being distracted). It was really funny watching the kids trying to eat these since they're typically a favorite. They each ate 3 or 4 bites, didn't say anything, choosing to leave them "for later."


  1. Lack of practice is one thing but I do think flour reacts differently depending on the weather (probably humidity the most). I added the amount of water specified in the recipe and mixed only to discover it needed more. Nobody likes tough strawberry shortcake and I wasn't sure more water would mix in. Of course nobody likes gummy, gooey, gross shortcake either...

  2. Uh, yeah, flour does react differently. But this is BISQUICK. Bisquick is to flour like McD's is to hamburgers. Whatever happened, it's never a bad thing to have another adult hand in our kitchen.