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Old 07-12-2009, 09:18 AM   #1
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Biscuits and Tomatoes

Homemade Biscuits with Home Grown Tomatoes is an old, family favorite for breakfast in the Summertime!!!

Try it and Enjoy!!!




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Old 07-12-2009, 10:20 AM   #2
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At long last, a picture of what biscuits are. I should have looked this up for myself. This looks to me like what I (being a Brit) would call a scone, not as hard as I imagined biscuits to be. Looks yummy with tomatoes.
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Old 07-12-2009, 10:50 AM   #3
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Southern Biscuits should not be hard at all...Rather light, and flaky.... Soft and tender as a mother's love. The bottoms a little brown...The tops even less so. Commonly served at breakfast with a little butter, and various jams, jellies, preserves, and syrups. At other times served with different gravies on top...Sausage gravy is very popular. At other times a sausage patty, or ham, and even a piece of boneless fried chicken in between----Then there are biscuits with Red-eye gravy...a thin flavorful gravy made from the drippings of cooking Country (dry cured) ham...In the past biscuits were a staple on Southern tables for breakfast (other meals too) Today less so due different lifestyles.....

Delicious with a slice of ripe tomato in between too!!!

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My mouth is watering, Bob! Could I have a piece of bacon with that?
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Bob! One of my favorite things to eat in the summer!!!!!
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My mouth is watering, Bob! Could I have a piece of bacon with that?
1 Piece per biscuit!!!

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Bob! One of my favorite things to eat in the summer!!!!!
I didn't think anyone would have ever heard of such!!! I've got some mators coming on that's gonna take a "Cat Head" to cover up!!!
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I've got some mators coming on that's gonna take a "Cat Head" to cover up!!!
I'll make the cat heads - you bring the mators!!! I like to sop up a runny egg with my mator biscuit too, sometimes.
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