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Old 11-16-2004, 09:53 AM   #31
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Ronjohn, you will be missed at this grand event! I hope you have a good time though!

Ardge, I can't make biscuits(a sad & shameful thing for a southern girl to admit):oops: so you'll have to do it.

Erik, hot is great as far as I'm concerned!

I'll have to dig out my chocolate gravy recipe for those biscuits too! You have never had a southern breakfast until you've had chocolate gravy over hot buttered biscuits!
Crewsk, my dear friend Aaron (who just got married last weekend) used to tell me all the time about biscuits and chocolate. I never had it. His mother was from the South too. Could this be one in the same?

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Old 11-16-2004, 09:55 AM   #32
 
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COOL, john.. it's always nice to not have to work for a few days.. I hope you have a good time!
Going to be touring some wineries. I'm SURE I will! (Hopefully I remember it...)

Not sure, but I think we've missed the icewine harvest, but it should still be fun.
there are some great wineries in this part of NY state.. where I'm moving to is wine country. That would be a great holiday.. a wine tasting adventure! I am sure I would wake up with a headache.
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Old 11-16-2004, 09:58 AM   #33
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COOL, john.. it's always nice to not have to work for a few days.. I hope you have a good time!
Going to be touring some wineries. I'm SURE I will! (Hopefully I remember it...)

Not sure, but I think we've missed the icewine harvest, but it should still be fun.
there are some great wineries in this part of NY state.. where I'm moving to is wine country. That would be a great holiday.. a wine tasting adventure! I am sure I would wake up with a headache.
You're gonna need a Michael Chiarello NapaStyle cookbook. I wanna be Michael Chiarello.

Maybe I just want his kitchen....

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Old 11-16-2004, 10:00 AM   #34
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Ronjohn, you will be missed at this grand event! I hope you have a good time though!

Ardge, I can't make biscuits(a sad & shameful thing for a southern girl to admit):oops: so you'll have to do it.

Erik, hot is great as far as I'm concerned!

I'll have to dig out my chocolate gravy recipe for those biscuits too! You have never had a southern breakfast until you've had chocolate gravy over hot buttered biscuits!
Crewsk, my dear friend Aaron (who just got married last weekend) used to tell me all the time about biscuits and chocolate. I never had it. His mother was from the South too. Could this be one in the same?

RJ
Yep more that likely it is! I found this recipe on cooks.com. It is very similar to mine but I can't find it right now. May have to call my mom this afternoon & get it from her again.

CHOCOLATE GRAVY

1 c. sugar
2 tbsp. cocoa
2 tbsp. flour
2 c. milk
1 tsp. vanilla
1 tbsp. butter
Sift sugar, flour, and cocoa together in saucepan, add milk. On medium heat stir until gravy thickens to desired consistancy. Remove from heat add butter and vanilla. Great over hot biscuits for chocolate lovers breakfast.
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I will bring some hoecakes!
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Old 11-16-2004, 10:56 AM   #36
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Sounds good chocolatechef!

Hey, Goodweed will have to bring his pancakes!
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breakfast at crewsk's....
there ya go crewsk.
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btw choc gravy sounds delish!!!!
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Well, you all know I'll be bringing a truckload of Haas Avocados from California, as well as my house salsa - gotta kick up those omelettes!
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I am not a big breakfast fan (hard when you can't stand eggs), but I will happily bring mimosas :)
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Sounds good jkath!

That's cool GB, we'll have stuff other than eggs too. Mimosas are a definant must have!
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