When you wear the Alice, all biscuits come out better. Fresh from the oven, hot and oh-so-ready for a slab of grass-fed butter and a smear of jam. While standard aprons yield standard biscuits, Alice ups the ante.* Her biscuits come out puffed and golden and gorgeous.
Oh wait, it's actually you who's the gorgeous one in your seersucker apron, with a ruffle along the hem for good measure. A day in the kitchen, and there’s not a hint of flour on your clothes below. And Alice? She’s always happy for a quick spin in the washer, and she’ll come out ready to go for your next batch of goodness.
*Alice’s biscuits are easy-peasy. We promise! Measure in 2 cups of Martha White self-rising flour, cut in 1 stick of cold butter, and pour in 1 cup ice-cold buttermilk. So far, so easy, right? Give it a stir with your spatula just until it comes together. (It’ll be wet and sticky, but not to worry, Martha’ll be back to help you out. Even better, email this real-live Martha to walk you through your baking worries if you get stuck!)
But back to biscuits: Sprinkle a nice coating of flour on the counter and pat out your dough to a fat inch or two. Give it a quick cut with a biscuit cutter. No cutter? Then a glass. Or use your knife and cut into squares or triangles or, hell, hearts if you like. Nestle into a cast iron skillet and brush with some melty butter, and then bake in a super hot oven until golden. Eat post-haste!