Brunch rules. It gives you an excuse to day drink, and it’s a time where people get creative in food combinations. Hi chicken and waffles, shrimp and grits, and biscuits and gravy. One by one I’m on a mission to provide the best brunch recipes, and this here is a special one.
My brother Sean, aka The Biscuit Queen, is the most incredible baker. He provided the extra fluffy, extremely layered, and above all; inordinately buttery recipe for the biscuits. I could wax poetic about how beautiful and artisinal these biscuits are with their subtle honey flavor and golden glow.
And to pair with them is my sausage gravy that’s packed with fresh sage and some crushed red pepper for your nerve. The salty gravy with attitude absorbs so beautifully into the sweet and buttery biscuits.
In short, this dish tastes like warmth and family because that’s where it comes from. You also get to read the recipe as my brother wrote it which is fun.
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Although the rain all of this past week might suggest otherwise, we are finally entering summertime! Gastronomically one of the best parts about the warmer months is tomato season. Tomatoes are easily one of my favorite ingredients to cook with, and this pasta dish is a celebration of just that.
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Every time I go to Chicago I have to stop at Lidia Bastianch’s Eataly. Eataly is basically candy land for any lover of Italian food featuring restaurants, delis, and a specialty Italian grocery store. My favorite thing to buy whenever I am there to take back with me to South Carolina has to be their flavored pastas. With flavors ranging from Calabrian chili to nettle they really allow home cooks to take their pasta game to a level that was previously unheard of.
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I do not have the most expansive history with patty melts. As a matter of fact, the only time I ever really ate them was between two to four in the morning at a Waffle House. So glamorous, I know.
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