ChattyCathy <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Just finished reading a novel where the main character had a "sausage
> biscuit" and coffee for breakfast (bought from a local Mom and Pop
> eatery). I've seen many discussions about biscuits and sausage gravy
> here but not that exactly, so I did some googling and it looks like
> they could be biscuits cut in half with a slice of 'sausage patty' in
> between. The pictures thereof reminded me of burgers...
> However, I also saw a video of Paula Deen making them on the Smithfield
> and they sorta looked like doughnuts with a piece of sausage where the
> hole should be when they were done (to me) <laugh>
> So what gives? Are there other 'variations'? Should there be variations?
> Who likes sausage biscuits and/or makes them at home?
That's one way of doing it, if it's only called a sausage biscuit. It can
include an egg and maybe cheese.
Biscuits and sausage gravy are an entirely different bit of magic that
makes you not want to leave the kitchen table.
Andy's Evil Twin