This is Digby Pancake. We never stop learning, do we? No matter our age, every day when we wake up, we have the chance to learn something new. And today? It’s time that you learn how to make real biscuits.
I bet you didn’t know that’s what today would bring! You’re welcome.
Some may wonder why they need to know how to make biscuits. Some dogs may wonder why you have never made them some. Yep. I said it.
We don’t want those hard, tasteless things you give us that you call biscuits. Nope.
We want fresh, fluffy biscuits. The kind of biscuits that you tell all your friends about. The kind of biscuits you share with your friends. Your dogs. So I asked Girl Person since we now live in the Barking Biscuit Buggy RV if she could make some biscuits.
You see, I had a plan. I knew that if we named our new RV after a food, she would have to make that food. My plan has worked. You’re welcome.
Maybe there is something that you think would be fun to learn or do. But maybe you don’t see a point in it. Maybe you are like Brickle and have to have a point to everything you do.
But learning can be fun! Learning is fun! But what if you even have to learn how to have fun? It’s never too late.
A biscuit may be best right out of the oven. But it doesn’t mean it’s still not good the next day. We are never too old to learn. We are never too old to have a little fun or a lot of biscuits.
If there is one thing travel has taught us it’s that we never know as much as we think we do. Never stop learning. Moving. Anticipating new flavors of life. Make someone’s day better with biscuits and your day will be better too!
So today at 2 pm ET on our Facebook page, we will be having a cooking class in our new kitchen! We would love for you to come inside and learn. Learn and eat. Eat and learn. That’s my kind of class! We will even tell you what ingredients you’ll need and instructions so that you can follow along.
Basic Barking Biscuits For Dogs And People
2 cups of flour (one cup all purpose flour and one cup whole wheat flour)
6 teaspoons baking powder
½ teaspoon salt
4 tablespoons coconut oil or butter
1 cup milk, any kind
In a medium sized bowl combine the dry ingredients. Mix well with whisk or fork.
Mix the coconut oil into the flour mixture.
Using a fork or pastry blender, mix it together with the flour until the mixture resembles coarse crumbs.
Pour in the milk and mix it all together. Knead the dough with your hands 8 to 10 times and then turn out onto a floured surface.
Roll out the dough until it is ¾-inch thickness.
Use a cookie cutter or a drinking glass upside down and cut out biscuit rounds.
Then place biscuits on an ungreased baking sheet or in a cast iron skillet and bake at 450 degrees for 10 – 12 minutes or until golden brown.
Doing things for others sure makes a day better. And biscuits make my belly better. Don’t wait for one day out of the year to be kind. Get to baking those biscuits and roll out the love for the ones that matter to you.
As we travel this upcoming year, we know we will be making all kinds of biscuits with different flavors and toppings. Maybe we will even make some sandwiches!
There is no end to the possibilities of what you can eat with your biscuits. And there is no end to trying new combinations.
Isn’t life great? If that’s something you want to learn, it’s not too late. Class is about to begin.
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