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Old 06-07-2014, 06:13 AM  
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****Official Biscuits and Gravy Thread****

Guys I need a good biscuits and gravy recipe for this weekend. One that's simply amazing. Some stories about the best restaurant purchased as well. What was the best b and g you have ever eaten? Also are you more of a fan of the top or bottom of the biscuit? Any and every thing about this topic shall be in this thread.
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Old 06-07-2014, 10:08 AM   #91
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something odd i like is a steamed + lightly fried hash brown w. my BnG.

There needs to be a golden crisp skin + steamed, subtle starch underneath.

The best way to achieve this is with a simple teflon skilled and frozen / shredded hash browns.

I add about 1/3 cup of margarine or the sorts, melt it on med high - then bring up temp on burner to high for 1 solid minute - add frozen hash browns, cover and decrease burner to a med,low setting - just walk away.

Come back 4 mins later. Flip over the suddenly unified shreds. cover again - let go two mins.

Turn off burner - let steep for 7 mins = serve/enjoy!
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Yeah I'm not buying any momentum explanations. This is the unfazable Patriots, they are immune to that BS. When the Pats lose, like last night, it's because somebody physically smacked their technician OL in the mouth. Pats Defensive front 7 got thrown around as well, the Kony Ealy debacle looms big right now. Chiefs took this game over at the LOS, plain and simple, they beat them bloody.
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Old 06-07-2014, 10:08 AM   #92
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For the sausage you have to use the extra sage type of sausage and not Jimmy Dean because that whole brand is bland.

The extra sage gives the gravy an extra peppery kick to it.
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Old 06-07-2014, 10:09 AM   #93
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**** yes. This man gets it.

The wife laughs at me every time I crumble up my biscuits (especially if they're fresh and they burn my fingers) because "that's the way kids eat it". There is NO OTHER acceptable way to eat B&G. You tear biscuits in half ONLY if you're going to butter and/or jelly them.
I disagree. I don't want my crumbled up biscuit pieces turning into mush within the gravy.

I like a good sized piece of biscuit in every bite.

Sorry.
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Old 06-07-2014, 10:11 AM   #94
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Hardees has some of the best biscuits for a fast food chain.
I used to like Mrs. Winners.
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Yeah I'm not buying any momentum explanations. This is the unfazable Patriots, they are immune to that BS. When the Pats lose, like last night, it's because somebody physically smacked their technician OL in the mouth. Pats Defensive front 7 got thrown around as well, the Kony Ealy debacle looms big right now. Chiefs took this game over at the LOS, plain and simple, they beat them bloody.
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Old 06-07-2014, 10:14 AM   #95
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I disagree. I don't want my crumbled up biscuit pieces turning into mush within the gravy.

I like a good sized piece of biscuit in every bite.

Sorry.
I like it either or. Just feed me a stray biscuit, soggy or otherwise.

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Yeah I'm not buying any momentum explanations. This is the unfazable Patriots, they are immune to that BS. When the Pats lose, like last night, it's because somebody physically smacked their technician OL in the mouth. Pats Defensive front 7 got thrown around as well, the Kony Ealy debacle looms big right now. Chiefs took this game over at the LOS, plain and simple, they beat them bloody.
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Old 06-07-2014, 10:18 AM   #96
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I disagree. I don't want my crumbled up biscuit pieces turning into mush within the gravy.

I like a good sized piece of biscuit in every bite.

Sorry.
Crumbled might be to strong of a word. I usually tear my biscuit into 4 to 6 pieces.
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Old 06-07-2014, 10:35 AM   #97
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I disagree. I don't want my crumbled up biscuit pieces turning into mush within the gravy.

I like a good sized piece of biscuit in every bite.

Sorry.
Son, I'm disappoint.

Crumbled up means more room for gravy, and more gravy is essential.
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Old 06-07-2014, 10:38 AM   #98
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I disagree. I don't want my crumbled up biscuit pieces turning into mush within the gravy.

I like a good sized piece of biscuit in every bite.

Sorry.
Well lucky for you, you live in 'Murika, you can do that...
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Old 06-07-2014, 10:40 AM   #99
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if you're making sausage gravy.

It's absolutely critical to scramble + pan fry the breakfast sausage, I'd elect the 'hot' jimmy dean. Anyhow - It's critical to cook until sausage is crispy pellets.

... and here's why...


Once you develop you roux from the sausage grease, adding the wet product will soften up the sausage just the right amount. See this will eliminate the elasticity of the pork and make it a texture anyone in their right mind would want in a gravy.

Also when you add the flour to the sausage and grease pit of the skillet - try to brown the flour - but only SLIGHTLY - also to finish your gravy add three Tablespoons of evaporated milk, more crushed red pepper and a teaspoon of sugar. This step really 'pulls the gravy together'

If you want to get cute; as you render the sausage, add a teaspoon of bacon grease.


These are all very solid techniques to a good 'country' style down home sausage gravy - AKA 'Sawmill gravy'
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Old 06-07-2014, 10:42 AM   #100
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The worst biscuits and gravy I've ever tasted were from Cracker Barrel.

The best I've ever tasted were from this smaller breakfast spot called Peach Valley. I only know of one but the place has great food and the best prices in town.

First Watch is also a great breakfast spot, if you guys have those.
**** Cracker Barrel the "sawmill biscuits and gravy" can suck knowmo's dick . That shits a joke. I don't care for the place at all, so of course it's my I laws favorite. We stop there every year on our dallas trip. It really grinds my gears.
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Old 06-07-2014, 10:45 AM   #101
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Cracker Barrel had the worst food I've tasted at an establishment. Seriously.

I'll never go there again.
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Old 06-07-2014, 10:47 AM   #102
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Cracker Barrel had the worst food I've tasted at an establishment. Seriously.

I'll never go there again.
Yeah **** Cracker Barrel. Just awful food. And I haven't eaten there in 15 years. I can only imagine its gotten worse.
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Old 06-07-2014, 10:48 AM   #103
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Cracker Barrel is definitely not liked by CP. Whatever they serve rock candy in the gift shop.
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On 9/8/2017 at 8:44 AM, dawkins4prez said:

Yeah I'm not buying any momentum explanations. This is the unfazable Patriots, they are immune to that BS. When the Pats lose, like last night, it's because somebody physically smacked their technician OL in the mouth. Pats Defensive front 7 got thrown around as well, the Kony Ealy debacle looms big right now. Chiefs took this game over at the LOS, plain and simple, they beat them bloody.
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Old 06-07-2014, 10:49 AM   #104
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Cracker Barrel is definitely not liked by CP. Whatever they serve rock candy in the gift shop.
Gift shop is the only good part of the experience lol. And the golf tee/triangle game thingymajigger.
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Old 06-07-2014, 10:52 AM   #105
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Is that the rock candy still on the string?

I keep seeing it now in a prepared package and its stringless.
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