There must be about a hundred ways to make biscuits and they are all the right way. This is another way that I have known about but not tried before. The basic flour, Baking powder, salt proportions are 2 cups of all purpose flour 1 tablespoon of baking powder, and 1 teaspoon of salt. Conventionally we then add some lard and work that into the flour and then some milk to make a fairly stiff dough. That always works and makes good biscuits. Last night I skipped the lard and milk and added heavy whipping cream mixing until I got the stiff dough. Then I patted the dough flat folded it and flattened it and cut the biscuits and baked them @400°F for 25 minutes. They turned out to be the lightest, fluffiest(and most expensive) biscuits I have made.