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Old 12-23-2009, 05:40 PM   #21
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I am so doing this Christmas morning while waiting for family to arrive for presents. The baby wakes up around 7:30 every morning and folks are supposed to be arriving by 9:30am.

Might have to do a biscuits and gravy breakfast with a farmers skillet. I'm salivating as I type...

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Old 12-23-2009, 05:45 PM   #22
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Are you serious? What part of jersey? Every diner I have ever been in has has sausage gravy and biscuits. Granted it is more of a souther thing but im not far from you at all and tons of places around here have it.

I don't frequent dinners much if at all, more of a pizzeria guy and I pretty much skip breakfast except maybe on occasion on the weekend and that is at home. Only time I have ordered sausage at a diner it was with breakfast with pancakes or eggs. Order sausage in a pizzeria and it will come in tomato sauce, that or served with sweet peppers and onions.

Gravy I have only seen on beef (dark), turkey and sometimes chicken (light).

Next time I am at a diner I will have to check the menu.
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Old 12-23-2009, 05:53 PM   #23
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Tomato based gravy? Must be one of those ketchup on eggs things...
The use of tomatoes to make sauces (Italian gravy) is pretty common around here. No different than what you put on pizza, lasagna or spaghetti. Order a sausage sandwich (excluding breakfast sandwiches) it will usually come in tomato sauce. That is unless you are ordering a hot sausage link sandwich (hot dog shape), then it will come plain but with whatever toppings you like.
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Old 12-23-2009, 05:57 PM   #24
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I don't frequent dinners much if at all, more of a pizzeria guy and I pretty much skip breakfast except maybe on occasion on the weekend and that is at home. Only time I have ordered sausage at a diner it was with breakfast with pancakes or eggs. Order sausage in a pizzeria and it will come in tomato sauce, that or served with sweet peppers and onions.

Gravy I have only seen on beef (dark), turkey and sometimes chicken (light).

Next time I am at a diner I will have to check the menu.
Were you deprived as a child? Basic biscuits and gravy (when made right) are a thing of beauty. You have to have it at least at home if not out at a restaurant! SWMBO and I decided to cruise to all the locals to try the different styles and only one of them was made fresh. All the rest are like "gravy mix" with a smideon of sausage that sits in a hot pan for days until you order it. It takes like five minutes to make fresh if the sausage is cooked and tastes a world different. Butter helps too

Try it out at home. Served over fresh biscuits and you are set
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Old 12-23-2009, 06:01 PM   #25
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oh yea! Nowadays Biscuits and gravy are at every restaurant. I can make good gravy but I am still working out my biscuit recipe. I like them soft and mine don't rise enough, not like the ones in the refrigerator section.

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Old 12-23-2009, 06:08 PM   #26
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I make ok biscuits but they are a pain in the ass to make. I have found the frozen pilsbury buttermilk buiscuits to be really damn good. And it works out really well since it is just the 2 of us I can make just 4 biscuits if I want.

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Were you deprived as a child? Basic biscuits and gravy (when made right) are a thing of beauty. You have to have it at least at home if not out at a restaurant! SWMBO and I decided to cruise to all the locals to try the different styles and only one of them was made fresh. All the rest are like "gravy mix" with a smideon of sausage that sits in a hot pan for days until you order it. It takes like five minutes to make fresh if the sausage is cooked and tastes a world different. Butter helps too

Try it out at home. Served over fresh biscuits and you are set
So this is a breakfast thing? I did manage to find an online menu in MD and it was on the breakfast menu. Deprived? Maybe, for me breakfast was always eggs prepared in some way with bacon or sausage and some buttered toast or pancakes and sausage. From what I am reading this started as a southern dish and being 50 next summer maybe it was not so popular around here growing up? Like I said though, I skip breakfast 95% of the time and just eat lunch (noon time meal in these parts). I am usually a late riser and a late night person.
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It is more of a southern thing but we aren't exactly in the great north. Maybe its because I grew up in and my family was mostly from the "country".


edit- have you ever had chip beef gravy? That is kind of the yankee version.

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Biscuits and gravy are an anytime thing. We have them for dinner with regularity.

And lets not forget B&G's best friend... chicken fried steak! Another great use for sausage gravy!

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Chicken fried steak. Now we are talking. I haven't had good chicken fried steak in probably 8-10 years. Everywhere around here makes it with ground beef and I have just never got around to making it myself.

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