Biscuits or Toast

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Re:Biscuits or Toast 2013/06/04 18:23:39 (permalink)
ces1948

The grilled biscuit I was speaking of consisted of regular biscuits split and covered with whatever spread Waffle House uses and put on the flattop cut side down until browned. The local diner did the same sans the spread.

Around here Waffle House takes the pre-baked biscuits (they come in already baked) and splits them. Then when there's an order the split biscuits are removed from their container and placed, split side down, on the flattop and grilled till browned. This is what they do whether for a sandwich, for topping with sausage gravy or chili, or for serving with butter.

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Re:Biscuits or Toast 2013/06/04 20:25:27 (permalink)
ces1948

Grilled Biscuits, I've run into this twice in the last couple of months. Tastes OK but doesn't seem right. Waffle House did it to my sausage biscuits and so did a local diner.  Noticeably brown on the bottom.


I have to admit to a liking for a grilled split biscuit...or a twice-sliced bagel grilled.  even an English Muffin! At Home I make a "sausage slider" that consists of a potato roll, cut and grilled, topped with a piece of grilled summer sausage and a type of cheese ( I prefer something exotic), melted.  no egg
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Re:Biscuits or Toast 2013/06/04 21:01:33 (permalink)
I know Waffle hasn't served biscuits for all that many years. 
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Re:Biscuits or Toast 2013/06/04 21:12:15 (permalink)
ces1948

I know Waffle hasn't served biscuits for all that many years. 

No. Here, the franchisee just started serving biscuits about two years ago.
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Re:Biscuits or Toast 2013/06/04 21:38:04 (permalink)
FriedClam - That sausage slider sounds like a very fine breakfast sandwich!  Mmmmm...
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Re:Biscuits or Toast 2013/06/06 02:43:43 (permalink)
There is nothing in the food universe more foul then eggs, so its always going to be biscuits for me.
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Re:Biscuits or Toast 2013/06/06 11:39:49 (permalink)
I agree about the eggs......bleech.  So while Michael eats his breakfast I have toast or a biscuit, makes no difference to me.
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Re:Biscuits or Toast 2013/06/06 13:21:24 (permalink)
I'm allergic to eggs, so none for me either, I'll get hash or extra home fries/hash browns. Good biscuits are hard to find at restaurants around here (usually pre-baked and not heated back up) so I go for toast. Rye if they have it.
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