14 thoughts on “Best Biscuits and Gravy in the world.. Sausage Gravy recipe in family over a 100 years

  1. Yummy stuff. Love it!
    That’s how I was taught to make it. However, I was taught to add some chopped onion and a chopped garlic clove (if you have it) in with the sausage when browning it. Hubby and I used hot sausage (or a mix of hot and regular, depending on the crowd) because we like it a bit spicy. Our elders taught us to use plain flour because that’s all they had when thier elders taught them to make it. 🙂

    1. I hate it when the biscuits are hard, all the truck stop buffet’s biscuits are as hard as rocks, I always make them give me fresh biscuits, nothing worse than a hard as rock biscuit.

  2. I cracked up when he said if someone splits their biscuit in half rather than breaking the biscuits into pieces, they’re a dummy, don’t trust em, they’re evil.

    Looks great.

    1. SOAS? What’s that? Daddy (WWII Army}, 1st Hubby {Air Force Brat] taught me SOS (Sh$t On Shingles). It was made with hamburger meat, not sausage, and put on toasted slices of white bread (the shingles). What’s SOAS?

      1. SOS (shite on a shingle) here is cream dried beef in gravy over toast. Worcestershire sauce in SOS or sausage biscuits is delicious btw:-)

  3. “You’re gonna need some milk. Doesn’t matter if it’s two percent or vitamin D.”

    And this guy likes calling other people dummies and idiots?!?

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