One of those things that it irritates me to purchase already made because you pay so much in a bakery, and they are so simple to make, really. Especially if you have a food processor, which removes the “I don’t know how to cut solid fats into dry ingredients” fear factor, if you’re so afflicted.
Mix the dry ingredients, put in food processor, add cut-up butter pieces, pulse, add wet ingredients, turn out on counter, shape, bake. Takes hardly any time.
Recipe? This one – except I didn’t have sour cream. I had some heavy cream though, and I mixed it with a little ricotta. I have no idea if it’s a legit substitute, but I thought that since it was the thickness of the cream that was called for, this might work. It did.
Plate? My favorite – discounted, mismatched restaurantware. I get it here. That small platter probably cost a dollar.