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    The new southern style biscuit king

    I am the self appointed, undisputed, new, sounthern style, buscuit king. I believe BillyBob claimed the title a while back. But, after 2 years of trying to make the perfect, southern style, buscuit I have shut him down. I haven't however, figured out how to make the gravy perfect (like mom made) yet though. BUT, I will.

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    What's a buscuit?

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    ^ a scone.

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    KFB, a new franchise.

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    Quote Originally Posted by withnallstoke View Post
    KFB, a new franchise.
    LOL. Not yet. I can't fry chicken worth a shit.

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    Kentucky Fried Biscuit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by withnallstoke View Post
    Kentucky Fried Biscuit.

    FRIED BUSCUIT? UCK!

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    I tried the biscuits at the Moonshine Pub in Jomtien. Tasted like cardboard. What's your recipe?

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    This thread needs pics!

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    So the US style biscuit, are they savoury or sweet?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Satonic
    This thread needs pics!
    http://teakdoor.com/the-kitchen/9130...and-gravy.html (American biscuits and gravy)

    Pics galore.

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    I'll try one next time I'm round Ralph

    As you are now the new buscket king do you wear a crown ?

    In the meantime some pics of your goodies up here will help us decide who is king

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    Without having to click a link. Great with butter, butter and jam for breakfast, or smothered in a good cream gravy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Norton
    are they savoury or sweet?
    Biscuit neither imo. Gravy is made from sausage of various varieties. Usually spicy if of Southern style sausage. Easy to make.

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    Gravy made from sausages?? That sounds interesting.

    The biscuits themselves are one of those things I've always heard about but never tried. They do look decidedly scone like though.

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    Why doesn't anyone make good dumplings anymore?

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    I had some dumplings weekend last coincidentally enough. Friend made them for brunch on his BBQ.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AntRobertson View Post
    Gravy made from sausages?? That sounds interesting.

    The biscuits themselves are one of those things I've always heard about but never tried. They do look decidedly scone like though.

    Basically the same thing, similar recipe depending on how granny made your scones. Just typical murican obtuseness to eat them savory. Probably originally done out of spite.

    "Here to surrender then are you General O'Hara?, splendid. Would you like a scone?
    "Oh yes please, very gracious gesture Washington old chap"
    "Here you go, with SAUSAGE!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Necron99
    Just typical murican obtuseness to eat them savory.
    Not always. When a lad I loved them hot out of grannies oven with butter and strawberry jam. Later in life found the Brits added some magically delicious stuff called Devon clotted cream.
    Last edited by Norton; 01-03-2013 at 01:09 PM. Reason: screwed up name

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    Quote Originally Posted by Necron99
    "Here to surrender then are you General O'Hara?, splendid. Would you like a scone?
    "Oh yes please, very gracious gesture Washington old chap"
    "Here you go, with SAUSAGE!

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    Gravy either way sounds wrong for scones. Cream will suffice.

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    Dudes, no Yanks make fun of your baked beans on white bread. Give us a break on our biscuits and gravy. Here is a shot I found of the aforementioned along with the addition of some smoked ham.

    Hangover food.


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    If I saw that with a hangover I'd probably clone it!

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    ^Same same.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Satonic View Post
    This thread needs pics!
    Yes, I know. My camera decided not to work. Sorry.

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