tukisweet is going through some changes, some transformations, she is growing into something dare I say bigger, yet not quite sure what that’s going to look like yet. She’s in that awkward pre-teenager phase, disproportional, moody, changing her theme and background daily. I can’t wait till she’s older and more grounded, but in the meantime thanks for putting up with her.

I saw this phrase this morning and it somehow seemed relevant to everything.. including biscuits, work, relationships, to generally making life harder than it has to be.

“I have looked down the long days of our lives together, she said & in all directions,there is no future without love.”

Really.. Eat a biscuit, squeeze each other, even when you want to run.

I like being able to wake up , want something ,and make it . There is a lot of power in that. I have a crush on biscuits , well I have a crush on a few things, but let’s stick to biscuits.

I got this recipe from Chris at the farmer’s market, she makes amazing crepes, and she knows her baked goods, it’s Betty Crocker.

One thing that helped this taste especially delicious ; Homemade  Buttermilk. I let mine sit in the fridge for a few weeks , yup tasty , all you need is 1 cup milk and 4.5 tsp vinegar put it in a jar and leave it.

Um , so biscuits… are the best and tastiest thing I can I think of this morning. I insist on butter and jam. I also insist on love, there’s just no future without it.

2 cups flours

2 tsp. sugar

2 tsp. baking powder

1 tsp. salt

1/2 tsp. baking soda

1/3 cup butter

2/3 cup of buttermilk

Combine the dry. Cut in the butter. Mix together with the buttermilk ,but not too much. Transfer to the counter kneed gently. Roll it out about a 1/2 inch thick .. little less and cut into rounds. Bake at 450* for 10 minutes . Eat immediately !


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