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Grandma’s coming to town. Guess what that means? Biscuits and gravy time!
For as long as I can remember, biscuits and gravy have been a staple part of my upbringing. Now that I am an adult with my own family I have carried on the tradition. My husband and kids love waking up on Sunday mornings to a piping hot plate of biscuits and gravy sitting on the table. I can tell what they are thinking when they see the mounds of marvelous food, “chow time!”
Much to your surprise, biscuits and gravy are not difficult to make. In fact, this is one of the easiest meal son my menu plan.
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Quick Tip: I’ve used Italian breakfast sausage before and it gives the meal a little kick.