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Monday, January 3, 2011

Biscuits n Sausage Gravy

This is one of those stick-to-your-ribs breakfasts that will hold you til sundown.


I made a batch of hot flaky biscuits, a skillet of bubbly sausagy gravy, crisped some potato shreds, fried an egg over easy and added a couple slices of apple and orange...



It was tasty! :)



20 comments:

LindaG said...

Looks really good, too. :-)

cowgirl said...

Thanks Linda! It was pretty filling. lol

Big Dude said...

Dang Woman - You could blow a lot of New Years resolutions right out the window with this post - looks awesome and like Pavlov's dog, I got instantly hungry.

Old Smoke said...

Biscuits and gravy......my absolute #1 favorite breakfast, just barely beating out chicken fried steak 'n eggs. Hmmmmm...Maybe that is the reason I'm so slim and trim LOL :)
Sure looks good

cowgirl said...

lol Larry... it's a breakfast that will definately stay with you all day. lol
Thanks! :)

cowgirl said...

lol Rick... I think I might like the chickenfried steak better. :)
Thanks!

Nick said...

Looks great Jeanie. My brother-in-law and I made hashbrowns, biscuits & gravy, bacon and eggs on New Year's day. Helped soak up all that Coor's Light from the night before!

cowgirl said...

That sounds perfect Nick! I should have made bacon too. lol
Glad to hear you're a Coor's Light drinker..that's my choice in beer and I catch heck about it. Nice to know I'm not alone. lol

Thanks Nick...

Mrs. JP said...

JP's #1 favorite breakfast too!

A Year on the Grill said...

Breakfast any and every day of the week!

cowgirl said...

I bet your version is excellent Mrs JP!

cowgirl said...

Thanks Dave! It's really filling. :)

Marc van der Wouw said...

Nice breakfast....really filling..nice job It will take you trough the day;-)

Anonymous said...

What type of Chickens do you have? How many?

Jim Dorchak

cowgirl said...

Thanks Marc! It's a really filling meal. Good thing I don't make it often, I wouldn't get anything done around here. lol

cowgirl said...

Hi Jim.. I keep around 25 hens. I like the heavy breeds best.
Hmmmmm... right now I have some home hatched mix, some marans, buff orpingtons, ameraucana, ancona, sometimes I have black australorps.
I like domininique and keep them at times.... also barred rocks.
The heavy meat breeds are nice to have around.. good eating and I have all the eggs I need. :)

garlutti said...

Hi,congratulations for 2011 and your blog,I would like to share recipes so I invite you to my blog.From ..VIGO SPAIN GREETINGS.MARIMI

cowgirl said...

Thank you Garlutti! Happy 2011 to you too.
Thank you for the invitation to your blog too.. it looks great! :)

creaky old fart said...

Breakfast plate looks awesome! Do you shred your potatoes raw for hashbrowns, or parboil or bake them in advance?

cowgirl said...

Thanks Creaky,
If I have an extra baked potato I'll use that but these were shredded raw and stored in icy cold water to keep from browning.