Until I bought this little booklet, I foolishly believed Pillsbury biscuit in a can was just something you made if you wanted bread but didn't want to bake it and sliced bread wasn't good enough. Almost everybody has a can of it in their refrigerators. Who doesn't like the heart attack moment when the can doesn't open right away? Put the end of a spoon in a crease and POP! Bang it on a counter and POP!
|From Pillsbury: The Convenience Cookbook, copyright unk. It's just too awesome and implied that it will withstand the test of time!|
|Quiche Lorraine. The crust is made with Cresecent rolls. Now you can just buy a roll of crescent roll dough without going through the troubles of separating the little triangles and rolling them. How technology has evolved!|
|Hearts shoved in hearts! Since this book revolves around canned biscuits, anything and everything else is an afterthought.|
|Seafood Imperial.Canned soup and canned seafood topped with canned biscuits. But look at that tomato and avocado aspic! There's avocados in it! Sick!|
|Holiday Cornish Hens! The recipe is irrelevant. The big green ornaments are irrelevant. The silver salt and pepper shakers are irrelevant. The fanned biscuit is what makes this recipe. Remember that!|
|It takes a special man to appreciated continental steak rolls with sour cream sauce and the cherry filled brownie torte.|
|Cherry filled brownie torte! It requires no effort. Canned cherry pie filling, canned icing, canned brownie dough. There was canned brownie dough? A special man would appreciate this.|
|Find the biscuits! Hidden between the same colored cheese! What a game! Open your mind and look beyond the cheese. There are Pillsbury Flaky Rounds somewhere in this sea of yellow orange shapes.|
|What can be more sophisticated than sipping cold bouillon flavored with barbecue sauce? Can anyone make it past a sip?|
|Come over for lasagna! Cans of biscuit dough covering succulent ingredients like 2 lbs of cottage cheese, canned mushrooms, raw spinach. Be sure to take leftovers (wink)|
|Do not be beguiled by the big cheese ball. This cookbook is not about the big cheeseball. This book is about the biscuits.|
|Such a clever way to display turbid beverages in ridiculous glasses. Put them in a little "b" for "beverage". I get it!|
|Pillsbury kids are happier than Betty Crocker kids.|
|If I sent $5.95 to this address will I expect to receive the above cookbook? Probably not. Well there's ebay and yes I did buy it. I got it for $2.00 thank you very much.|
Maybe I'll make my March 2012 Grands Cinnamon Rolls and see if the theory stands.
Until next time!