Occupying a repurposed Greyhound bus terminal, the Grey in Savannah, Ga., is a highly regarded restaurant with New York roots. Its owners, John O. Morisano, and Mashama Bailey, the executive chef and partner, are both from the city, though Ms. Bailey’s family originally came from Georgia. Now, the ethereal biscuits for which she is known are being sold nationwide. They come frozen, ready to bake without thawing. The plain ones are generous rounds. The square, flavored ones are fragrant with honey and herbs, tangy with chopped Southern greens or oozing pimento cheese.

The Grey Biscuits, 12 for $75, goldbelly.com/the-grey.

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