Cream that butter and then cream the butter and cheeses together.
Pretend it is everyone who ever told you that writers were supposed to brood.
They don't define you. You define you.
Sift flour with salt and pepper. Look at the grains clutch each other like a happy writer community. Add it into the creamed stuff.
Writer communities are made up of all kind of writers with all kind of differences, damn it. And some of us are not brooding.
Repeat after me as you chill for a half hour, "Writers can be happy. Writers can be happy."
Once the dough is chill and you are chill (30 minutes) take it out of the chilling place and roll it out.
Use a small biscuit cutter and feel good about it. Make some of them less uniform because EVERYTHING DOES NOT ALWAYS HAVE TO BE THE SAME!
Regain your chill.
Spray a sheet pan. But the cheese daisies into the oven that's at 350 degrees Fahrenheit. Cook for 12 minutes.
Eat all the servings. Be happy.
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