Yesterday I posted a recipe for my favorite biscuits, Fluffy Cream Biscuits from The Flying Biscuit Cafe in Atlanta. I mentioned how my husband loves them covered and smothered in my Sage Sausage Gravy, so I wanted to share my recipe, so you can devour these at your next sit down breakfast.
When I used to live in Atlanta, there was this little breakfast spot we always used to go to called The Flying Biscuit. We would wait in long lines just to get our hands on those biscuits (and the grits, but that’s another post). Fluffy, creamy, delicious, hot and fresh. In other words, heaven in 5 bites. Either loaded up with butter and jam, or topped with thick country gravy, those things were to die for. When I decided to move back home, it was that southern food I knew I would miss the most, so I grabbed a Flying Biscuit Cookbook and hit the road.
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I think mustard is my favorite condiment. Is that weird? My husband’s is gravy, which I don’t feel is really a condiment, but I applaud his devotion to humor. We have to have like 10 different kinds of mustard in our fridge at this exact moment. Spicy, tangy, sweet, savory, it doesn’t matter, mustard is the ultimate condiment. And to me, there is nothing better than a perfectly grilled burger, smothered in yellow mustard, secret sauce, onions, pickles and lettuce.Continue Reading
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I think you’ve heard me mention my love for Mexican food, and how I live in San Diego and how the two are synonymous with each other. For real! If you ever come visit San Diego, check out any delicious Mexican food stand, or restaurant and bask in the glory of the amazing fare you are about to indulge in. One of the best things on the menus around here are Carne Asada Fries, golden crispy delicious fries, smothered and covered in Mexican anything and everything under the sun. It’s seriously sinful. In fact, for me, it’s just a bit TOO sinful, so I took it upon myself to create a much healthier version of this San Diego delicacy – Pollo Asada Sweet Potato Fries!Continue Reading
Yes, I know Easter has passed. But here’s the thing, 4 words. Cadbury Creme Egg Cheesecake. Right?!
Just pin it for next year, or any time you’re craving Cadbury Creme Eggs, or make it for Halloween and use the Scream Eggs! Or just use my cheesecake recipe, because it’s to die for. I’m serious. I am asked to make this cheesecake all the time. It takes about 24 hours to make – cooking plus set up time – so I rarely make it unless it’s for a big occasion. But, I promise, it’s worth it.Continue Reading
Some of my fondest memories with my dad were holiday breakfasts. He used to always do it up really fancy for us kids to make us feel really special. And as we guzzled down our meal, he would say “It does my heart good to see you kids eat.” It wasn’t, of course, until I had kids that I could truly understand his sentiment on the subject of watching your kids scarf down a healthy meal and enjoy themselves. One of my favorite things my dad used to make were waffles. I loved helping him make the batter, prep the waffle iron and watch the steam rise. These Fruity Pebble and Banana Belgian Waffles are of course a little over my father’s skill set, but I think he would have enjoyed watching his grand kids scarf them down.
This is a recipe for my dad’s famous bean soup, perfect for cold weather and snuggling while watching episode after episode of Netflix shows.