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This was my first attempt and it came out very well.



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That really looks good and I like that P238 as well.

Great picture.

Jim


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Mmmmm giskits and bravy...

I need to learn how to make gravy. Being from the north I never had it much as a kid but man it is delectable.

And beautiful pic!
 
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You done did good right thar! Wink

I like to float a couple of over easy fried eggs on top. Mmmm!


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That really looks good and I like that P238 as well.

Great picture.

Jim

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Looks delicious.

If I made that as often as I'd like to I'd be as big as a house.

Sausage gravy is the business. Especially if on homemade biscuits.
 
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That really looks good and I like that P238 as well.

Great picture.

Jim

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Yep, and I should know better because own one of each. Duh! Smile

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Home made biscuits with sausage gravy is truly "the nectar of the Gods"!! Sprinkle a bit of hot sauce on top, and it will be perfect!!
 
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Looks delicious!






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Looks damn good
 
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Looks good. I love biscuits and gravy.
 
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Looks delicious.

If I made that as often as I'd like to I'd be as big as a house.

Sausage gravy is the business. Especially if on homemade biscuits.


Isn't that the truth.

I typically like drop biscuits for B&G. Not sure why, but that's what I have started gravitating towards.



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Sausage, biscuit and gravy, isn't that the mirepoix of country cooking? Smile
 
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Mmmmm giskits and bravy...

I need to learn how to make gravy. Being from the north I never had it much as a kid but man it is delectable.

And beautiful pic!

Here you go, binky......




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Smothered and covered. I am gonna make that tomorrow with eggs and grits.
 
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I too made a batch of this today


My oldest son has a bunch of his friends over, kind of a last hurrah before going back to school. And this was the requested breakfast


Sorry. No pics. The 5 teenage boys got to it too quickly
 
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Poutine next?


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Making mine in the AM for sure!!


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All it needs now is a couple of hard fried eggs on top. Yummy
 
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