While I was at Mark and Faith's house, I did lot of cooking for the 11 of us. (Okay, that's a bit of an exaggeration, because the newborn only partook indirectly, of course.) They are temporarily incapacitated by not having an oven, so I had to get a little creative (for me) -- I cook quite a bit in my oven. I noticed they had several cans of store-bought biscuits in the frig. I asked Faith how they baked them without an oven. Did they use the toaster oven? She said that Mark makes his biscuits in a frying pan! She described the procedure, and I decided to give it a try. And let me tell you, it was fun! But then, I'm an adventurous cook.
First, you heat a cast iron frying pan until it's just smoking. Then you add lots of oil and butter. Don't let them burn, before you put the biscuits in. Pack them in. I fit a whole pack in this pan. And turn the heat down as LOW as you possibly can. It helps to have gas heat, which they do, because you have more control over the heat.
And here is one of the finished product: