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Re: Biscuits and Gravy? I'm your huckleberry.... :-)
« Reply #15 on: June 19, 2024, 09:30:23 PM »
You all should be ashamed for not posting any photos of your biscuits and gravy.

Hereís my homemade sausage gravy from last weekend.

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Re: Biscuits and Gravy? I'm your huckleberry.... :-)
« Reply #16 on: June 19, 2024, 09:40:29 PM »
You all should be ashamed for not posting any photos of your biscuits and gravy.

Hereís my homemade sausage gravy from last weekend.

Point well taken :tup:
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Re: Biscuits and Gravy? I'm your huckleberry.... :-)
« Reply #17 on: June 19, 2024, 09:45:50 PM »
Umm, yum! 
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Re: Biscuits and Gravy? I'm your huckleberry.... :-)
« Reply #18 on: June 20, 2024, 07:12:05 AM »
That's the kind of sausage to gravy ratio I'm looking for, looks good  :EAT:

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Re: Biscuits and Gravy? I'm your huckleberry.... :-)
« Reply #19 on: June 20, 2024, 09:23:07 AM »
B&G just ins t ever on the menu at camp or home.

I brought a can of B&G , Chef Mate to camp once. Never got ate, threw it in the food box and it made the trip to camp every year. Never got ate. About seven years latter someone started looking at the date and said no way. So rather than pack it home we dated with a sharpie and during tear down stashed in some ones truck.

Few days later I would get a call from the guy who found it unpacking his truck. It made it to camp for another 10 years always going home with some one else.

Finally one guy who got it for the 2 nd time, opened it and dumped in a hole behind the out house.

That guy moved to Idaho, and now five years latter he drew a Moose tag. So I am going over to run a camp for him and in my truck will be a gallon of B&G gravy to leave in his truck. :chuckle:
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Re: Biscuits and Gravy? I'm your huckleberry.... :-)
« Reply #20 on: June 20, 2024, 03:57:51 PM »
To really improve your homemade gravy, replace part of your milk with evaporated (not sweetened condensed) milk.  Makes it even richer than with regular milk.

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Re: Biscuits and Gravy? I'm your huckleberry.... :-)
« Reply #21 on: June 22, 2024, 07:53:28 PM »
Spicy chorizo gravy

You can easily scale this up and make it for more people, Iíve made up to 6 lbs of meat which is a LOT of gravy.  Also I donít go by a recipe so all this for you, as it has been for me, will be a little trial and error.

I like to buy hemplers chorizo or the chorizo from the butcher counter at the grocery store, do not buy the cheap chorizo in the tube or you will NOT like this recipe and probably curse me.

1. 1lb chorizo
2. 1/2 habanero, finely chopped
3. 1 jalapeŮo or Fresno pepper, I prefer Fresno, coarsely chopped
4. Whole Anaheim pepper/hatch chili, if it is a hatch then only use half, since hatches are usually a little more spicy.  Coarsely chopped
5. A little chopped up onion
6. Your favorite pancake mix powder, I use snoqualmie
7. About 1/4 pint heavy cream
8. Whole milk
9. Salt to taste, when Iím making chorizo gravy I use less salt than regular country gravy
10. Pepper to taste

Throw a little butter in the bottom of a pan and let Ďer sizzle a little, then throw in the onions and peppers, let them sizzle a little till the onions start to get translucent.  Now throw in the meat, fry that till done, personally I like to overcook it a little when Iím making gravy. I donít drain the oil since the chorizo I buy isnít as greasy as the cheap stuff, that said, if there is a LOT of oil then soak a little bit of it up. Once the meat is done then throw in a little salt, not a lot, if you donít put enough in then itís easy enough to put more in later. Then pepper. THEN take a couple tablespoons of snoqualmie pancake mix (again, itís easier to add a little more later if you need it) and mix it in real well, so there is no dry mix left. Once that is mixed well then dump in heavy cream and then the milk to your desired gravy thickness, I like chunky. 

Stir this often and let simmer while you make your biscuits.  I never start biscuits until the gravy is done, that way it all has time to marinate together. 

Speaking of biscuits, here is the best way to make those:

1. Be gainfully employed
2. With the earnings from your job securely in your pocket, go to your favorite grocery store
3. Purchase some pilsbury biscuits
4. Cook as instructed on the package
5. Enjoy

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Re: Biscuits and Gravy? I'm your huckleberry.... :-)
« Reply #22 on: June 22, 2024, 07:56:16 PM »
I should say, i felt like a real dork taking pictures of my food.  An act that I sometimes goof on other people for doing  :chuckle:


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Re: Biscuits and Gravy? I'm your huckleberry.... :-)
« Reply #23 on: June 23, 2024, 06:56:42 AM »
I should say, i felt like a real dork taking pictures of my food.  An act that I sometimes goof on other people for doing  :chuckle:

Oh Lordy. That looks good.
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