Eight reasons why I think aging is akin to a biscuit

1.  There is a dry layer on the outside that will never become supple again no matter what you do to it.

2.  They steam quickly and can deliver a burn, if made to budge before they’re ready.

3.  They look more desirable with jam, jelly, I mean face creams, I mean, butter!

4.  Fluffy or thin they still make anything better.

5.  If you don’t put the butter on correctly you can end up with some age spots/discoloration on the epidermis excuse me, I mean, crust.

6.  Once you’ve realized the amount of work that goes into making a good biscuit, you no longer wrap them in a dish towel, you upgrade, and treat them well by wrapping them in better linens. 

7.  There are many layers to a good biscuit and each one makes it perfect!

8.  You’ve got to handle that dough just right if you expect a biscuit to bend to your will, biscuits don’t rise for just anybody……

 

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