Last night, as I dozed off, I began to think about the tub of tofu I needed to use up. Then I remembered that I had some potatoes that I cooked and froze. Voila! I would make hash! In honor of the Grinch, I would call it 'fu-hash, an homage to the green one stealing the last can of who-hash. I cut the tofu up into tiny pieces and browned it well in a little olive oil and soy sauce. I also cooked up the potatoes with some onion and garlic and herbs de provence, then combined it all at the sensationally golden brown end. Of course, I thought, I must try THE biscuit recipe again. The first time I tried it, It was good. I knew it could be even better.
'Fu-hash, crispy, salty, golden brown. Impossibly good.
My lovely, fluffy (3" + high), crunchy on the bottom (thank god for parchment paper!) biscuits!
The biscuit recipe is from a good book I have been reading, "Family feasts for $75 a week" by Mary Ostyn. I'm not sure if it is ok to post this recipe its entirety. I was able to get this book from the public library. I must sincerely thank the author for this recipe, for changing my life, for growing my butt to bold new proportions.