Sausage Gravy Add-Ins?

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Re:Sausage Gravy Add-Ins? 2012/01/16 14:06:28 (permalink)
Pepper... white pepper to be exact.  That's all it needs.
I once saw someone add diced hard-boiled eggs to it....that was just wrong on so many levels.....
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Re:Sausage Gravy Add-Ins? 2012/01/16 16:29:13 (permalink)
The grandchildren and I had breakfast at Bob Evans thie morning  and it was really great.  The sausage gravy and biscults eere really good.  They must have someone new in the kitchen as the last time I had biscuits there, they were quite dreadful.  Today, they were as good as the ones that I remember from years ago!  Also, the eggs were perfectly poached.
post edited by Greymo - 2012/01/16 16:32:58
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Re:Sausage Gravy Add-Ins? 2012/01/18 14:17:45 (permalink)
A couple Sunny Side Up Eggs on top.
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Re:Sausage Gravy Add-Ins? 2012/01/18 22:42:10 (permalink)
I have to agree - all of the add ins sound like they may be good but biscuits and sausage gravy to me can stand on their own...
 
A light fluffy buttermilk biscuit split and covered with a gravy made with a good quality sausage, flour and whole milk - simmered to just the right consistency - not too thick or too runny - and a light sprinkling of pepper. 
 
I can almost see this happening this weekend - I can do a passable sausage gravy but the buttermilk biscuits are going to have to come out of a frozen Pillsbury bag - no mess and they're far better than any biscuit I could make.
 
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Re:Sausage Gravy Add-Ins? 2012/01/19 08:12:32 (permalink)
Well yah'all have made my mind up as to what I am having for breakfast but there will be no peppers or onions in my gravy. I do like fresh cracked pepper and the addition of poultry seasoning, sounds interesting.
My own personal tastes leaned towards Bacon gravy rather than Sausage gravy, that was when good bacon was available. Today's bacon is pumped full of water so sausage gravy is now the better choice. Again! only if you can get good seasoned sausage.
 I like to build a biscuit & gravy plate with, fresh buttered(no margarine) biscuit, over easy/ fried eggs, and gravy as a topping.
I can hear my belt stretching already. Better substitute poached eggs.
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Re:Sausage Gravy Add-Ins? 2012/01/19 13:26:14 (permalink)
What ???   ... butter & salt is not good enough ....
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Re:Sausage Gravy Add-Ins? 2012/01/19 14:19:30 (permalink)
While we're at it. NO additions, REPEAT NO additions to real SOS. Chipped Beef.
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Re:Sausage Gravy Add-Ins? 2012/01/19 15:53:31 (permalink)
fishtaco

While we're at it. NO additions, REPEAT NO additions to real SOS. Chipped Beef.

Of course not!
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Re:Sausage Gravy Add-Ins? 2012/01/19 23:44:16 (permalink)
The real SOS?  I've personally never had it - although I came from an Army family the closest we ever came to it was a ground beef gravy on toast - which wasn't bad but it wasn't the famous Creamed Chipped Beef.  My Mother has an Army cookbook from the forties that has the SOS recipe that feeds 100 - along with lots of others - I'm going to borrow it the next time I visit. 
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Re:Sausage Gravy Add-Ins? 2012/01/20 00:36:17 (permalink)
No wonder! Glaaargh!!!!!
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Re:Sausage Gravy Add-Ins? 2012/01/20 00:38:35 (permalink)
Dearfolk,
   I've actually seen livermush gravy with biscuits on a menu in North Carolina. Didn't try it, though... they had "done run out" for the day. "We run out ever' day," the waitress told me.
      Wholeheartedly, Ort.
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Re:Sausage Gravy Add-Ins? 2012/01/20 05:39:35 (permalink)
baileysoriginal

The real SOS?  I've personally never had it - although I came from an Army family the closest we ever came to it was a ground beef gravy on toast - which wasn't bad but it wasn't the famous Creamed Chipped Beef.  My Mother has an Army cookbook from the forties that has the SOS recipe that feeds 100 - along with lots of others - I'm going to borrow it the next time I visit. 


UH...we've had this discussion here on Roadfood before....the REAL SOS is made with ground beef!!!!!!!
 
That chipped beef stuff is good but it is not SOS.....LOL
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Re:Sausage Gravy Add-Ins? 2012/01/20 11:49:35 (permalink)
Ort. Carlton.

Dearfolk,
  I've actually seen livermush gravy with biscuits on a menu in North Carolina. Didn't try it, though... they had "done run out" for the day. "We run out ever' day," the waitress told me.
     Wholeheartedly, Ort.


Livermush is alot like scrapple, it's good stuff for breakfast. There is a distinct version in the low country that uses rice instead of cornmeal, because that's what they had!
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Re:Sausage Gravy Add-Ins? 2012/01/20 14:38:30 (permalink)
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baileysoriginal

The real SOS?  I've personally never had it - although I came from an Army family the closest we ever came to it was a ground beef gravy on toast - which wasn't bad but it wasn't the famous Creamed Chipped Beef.  My Mother has an Army cookbook from the forties that has the SOS recipe that feeds 100 - along with lots of others - I'm going to borrow it the next time I visit. 


UH...we've had this discussion here on Roadfood before....the REAL SOS is made with ground beef!!!!!!!
 
 
 


That chipped beef stuff is good but it is not SOS.....LOL

 
Sausage, Hamburger, white or red, Chipped Beef all fall under the term SOS. But "real" SOS is Chipped Beef.
USN, Ret 1973-1993

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Re:Sausage Gravy Add-Ins? 2012/01/20 15:42:56 (permalink)
fishtaco

rebeltruce

baileysoriginal

The real SOS?  I've personally never had it - although I came from an Army family the closest we ever came to it was a ground beef gravy on toast - which wasn't bad but it wasn't the famous Creamed Chipped Beef.  My Mother has an Army cookbook from the forties that has the SOS recipe that feeds 100 - along with lots of others - I'm going to borrow it the next time I visit. 


UH...we've had this discussion here on Roadfood before....the REAL SOS is made with ground beef!!!!!!!





That chipped beef stuff is good but it is not SOS.....LOL


Sausage, Hamburger, white or red, Chipped Beef all fall under the term SOS. But "real" SOS is Chipped Beef.
USN, Ret 1973-1993

Oh boy..here we go again....us Marines say the "real" SOS is ground beef!!!
 
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Re:Sausage Gravy Add-Ins? 2012/07/04 01:52:57 (permalink)
We're about as far North and West as you can get, in Spokane, WA and there is a restaurant here: Frank's Diner, that serves homemade country sausage gravy with Biscuits. They ask if you want grilled onions and green peppers with your gravy. Hot sauce (Tabasco) is brought to the table. I've got to tell you, it's goooood stuff!
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Re:Sausage Gravy Add-Ins? 2012/07/04 05:01:36 (permalink)
Grilled Onioins sounds good. I'll pass on the peppers thankyou!
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