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It's a southern thing... - Bill Hay - 11-04-2017

Biscuits and gravy....

https://www.facebook.com/itisasouthernthing/videos/1688652394518708/


RE: It's a southern thing... - thatmckenzie - 11-05-2017

I call.

https://m.facebook.com/story.php?story_fbid=1978985555462924&id=574931839201643&ref=content_filter

The original article:

https://www.buzzfeed.com/lukebailey/british-food-explained-for-americans


RE: It's a southern thing... - jbarrow - 11-06-2017

(11-05-2017, 01:37 AM)thatmckenzie Wrote: I call.

https://m.facebook.com/story.php?story_fbid=1978985555462924&id=574931839201643&ref=content_filter

The original article:

https://www.buzzfeed.com/lukebailey/british-food-explained-for-americans

That cleared up so many questions.


RE: It's a southern thing... - Tn Ridge Rover - 11-10-2017

I loved it! Why dem weren't even cat head biscuits. Still, he was guilty of breaking pride and tradition!


RE: It's a southern thing... - Grizzly Dave - 11-12-2017

(11-04-2017, 03:29 PM)Bill Hay Wrote: Biscuits and gravy....

https://www.facebook.com/itisasouthernthing/videos/1688652394518708/

I remember at Anza Borrego you guys were all talking about breakfast the first morning and Dave said he was making Biscuits and Gravy
I said "Buscuits and Gravy?" Huh
Dave said "Ain't you ever had Biscuits and Gravy?"
I replied "I'm from Canada, I haven't even heard of Biscuits and Gravy"
Dave invited me over to try some out
He is a very generous man....but I still think Miss Cindy is way way way too good for him Cool

Griz


RE: It's a southern thing... - Bill Hay - 11-12-2017

(11-12-2017, 01:37 AM)Grizzly Dave Wrote: He is a very generous man....but I still think Miss Cindy is way way way too good for him Cool

Griz

It has been my thought that our dear brother has hidden assets that we are not aware of.  Somehow Miss Cindy keeps him around, and that's good enough for me...


RE: It's a southern thing... - Adapt-Overcome-Conquer - 11-13-2017

hahah Big Grin

I had Dave's biscuits and gravy for breakfast one morn at EOTW...and I never forgot them! I had wwithdrawls for christ sakes...

that's probably what keeps miss cindy around...Dave's robust and squezzably soft biscuits!!!!

AOC


RE: It's a southern thing... - Bill Hay - 11-13-2017

(11-13-2017, 01:49 PM)Adapt-Overcome-Conquer Wrote: that's probably what keeps miss cindy around...Dave's robust and squezzably soft biscuits!!!!

Biscuits/Buns...  Whatever...


RE: It's a southern thing... - jbarrow - 11-16-2017

(11-13-2017, 01:49 PM)Adapt-Overcome-Conquer Wrote: hahah Big Grin

I had Dave's biscuits and gravy for breakfast one morn at EOTW...and I never forgot them! I had wwithdrawls for christ sakes...

that's probably what keeps miss cindy around...Dave's robust and squezzably soft biscuits!!!!

AOC

Big Grin Big Grin


RE: It's a southern thing... - WayneH - 12-02-2017

Now. Let's complicate things. Does the sausage get cooked and used IN the gravy or served on the side.

Personally, I think sausage belongs IN the gravy and bacon goes on the side!


RE: It's a southern thing... - Jimbo - 01-28-2018

You Northern folks, probably don't know what "Red Eye Gravy" is either, I suspect. 

We found ourselves in Cripple Creek, Colorado, a few years back.  It was late in the afternoon and beginning to get cool, so we stopped in one of their local restaurants and 'Chili' was on the menu.  Since the temperature was becoming cool outside, Chili sounded good.  We don't have a clue as to what we were served, it may have been their dishwater.  First off it was on a plate and not in a bowl, and it was about as thin as some diluted watered down gravy we have seen, but it did not taste like gravy or chili either one.  In fact it had little taste at all, and we did not consume much of it. 

Some people like beans in their Chili, and beans are often added as filler to stretch the profit margin in restaurants Chili, but the restaurant in Cripple Creek did not even have beans in their Chili, or whatever it was.

Cripple Creek itself was a quaint little sleepy community itself, one could easily get lost in and stay if you were independently wealthy.  We enjoyed our visit there, but you sure don't want to order Chili in Cripple Creek.