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Old 07-14-2009, 07:12 AM   #1
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Biscuits & Sausage Gravy

Been awhile since we had biscuits & sausage gravy for dinner. Since my wife is from Tennessee I get out of the
way and leave it to her. She fries a 50/50 mixture of hot and regular sausage and sets it aside.



Using the same pan she makes a roux with vegetable oil and flour, has to be nice and brown.





Then start adding milk and stir constantly to desired thickness.







Return the sausage and keep stirring.





In the meantime besides taking pictures I did up some home fries.



Good country cooking.



Iíve been known to do the sausage gravy on just a pile of home fries.

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Old 07-14-2009, 07:33 AM   #2
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One of my favorites. And, that looks real good!
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Old 07-14-2009, 08:52 AM   #3
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There's a stick to your ribs kind of breakfast...good job John and Mrs. John!!
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Old 07-14-2009, 10:16 AM   #6
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Looks great John!

I love biscuits & sausage gravy. Yum!
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Old 07-14-2009, 01:04 PM   #7
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Man O Man that looks good!!!! Sooey!!!
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Old 07-14-2009, 04:27 PM   #8
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Wow I'm drolling heavy on this end. If she aint using canned Pet milk to make this dish..tell her to try it sometime. Mix it 50-50 with h2o. For any non Texas folks in the crowd that just plain old water. Now if a person wanted to get fancy guess they could use Perrier water. I seen the ad for it on TV. They dip it out of the back of the commode in Paris. Or maybe that is Piddle water. I forget right now.

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Looks like she knows what she's doing as that looks Xcellent!
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Oh yea baby! Now that is good comfort food, nice job John.
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That's some good teachin' on gravy technique. I'll give that a try, including BW's Pet Milk tip.

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Now that's what I'm talkin' bout! Looks gooood, Mr. & Mrs. John A


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Thanks alot man, now I have to go through the whole weekend knowing I'm not going to eat that.

Seriously that looks awesome.
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Well I'm sure that dish would taste mighty laurapin using water for the liquid. Thats how my Mama done it. If she wanted brown gravy it took water..if it was supposed to be sorta whiteish milk was the ticket. I think Pet Milk was imprinted on my brain early cuz I refused to attach to a teat..but rather liked the Pet Milk from the can. Now I am just the opposite. I prefer to attach if possible or at least did back in the old sinning days...wink wink. I am not near as sinful as I used to be..wishing I could say the same for some chums. That is either getting increased in Sanctification or getting old..not quite sure which it is. Maybe 50/50 like a person should mix the water with the Pet Milk.

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BW, tried to post that she uses canned milk. Wonder where in cyberspace that post went?
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Not sure on the lost post issue. Glad to hear yall are canned milk gravy practitioners. Sounds like I been preaching to the choir here

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Well I'm sure that dish would taste mighty laurapin using water for the liquid. Thats how my Mama done it. If she wanted brown gravy it took water..if it was supposed to be sorta whiteish milk was the ticket. I think Pet Milk was imprinted on my brain early cuz I refused to attach to a teat..but rather liked the Pet Milk from the can. Now I am just the opposite. I prefer to attach if possible or at least did back in the old sinning days...wink wink. I am not near as sinful as I used to be..wishing I could say the same for some chums. That is either getting increased in Sanctification or getting old..not quite sure which it is. Maybe 50/50 like a person should mix the water with the Pet Milk.

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I was afeered of that. Thanks for reminding me.

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Just noticed your post. I LOVE sausage gravy and biscuits. Eating them on home fries is an awesome idea. I am going to do it that way next time I make some.
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