I was walking through Gourmet Garage this morning, and though I usually hate being there because everything is overpriced and faux-gourmet/organic/local/upscale, today I couldn’t have been happier. Today, I discovered Immaculate Baking Co. biscuits. They’re packaged just like Pillsbury Grands–tear, peel, peel, peel, POP!–but without any of the artificial nonsense. In my excitement, I came straight home from the store and Googled the company and discovered that they have a great story. The company is based in North Carolina, and the founder, Scott Blackwell, was, among other things, the 9th distributor for Ben & Jerry’s in the country before opening the Immaculate Consumption coffee and sandwich shop in Columbia, SC. In addition to biscuits, they also make scones, brownies and cookies, and support emerging artists. Here‘s a list of where you can find Immaculate Baking bakeables in New York.