Fish Gravy Kerala Style

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The Secret To Groovy Gravy

Pasture to plate, farm to table, nose to tail, and let's not forget my favorite--heads & feet--when it comes to poultry, it's time once again to take a good, hard look at not only how we vote with our food dollars, but how we reduce waste by extracting as much nutrients as possible from the animals that have given their lives to sustain us. Today, more people are making the switch from inhumanely, industrial-raised, antibiotic and chemical laden to locally, pasture-raised...more

Chorizo & Stout Cream Gravy N’ Biscuits

Making great country gravy is the mark of a good cook, or at least it should be. Gravy should be thick, rich and delicious. And what could be better for a Sunday brunch than creamy, country gravy n’ biscuits. But for this revamped recipe zesty pork chorizo has been used in place of sausage, with the addition of hearty Stout....more
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Salisbury Steak at www.thegourmetmom.com

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SOUTHERN TOMATO GRAVY

This is such a Southern dish served over biscuits for breakfast, rice for supper or mashed potatoes.  I like it with pasta and I use leftover gravy in hamburger dishes. A great way to use up all those tomatoes from the garden....more

I'm Craving Biscuits and Gravy for Breakfast

My Granny from Texas used to make my favorite breakfast for us kids -- and it's still my favorite. When it strikes, the craving for warm, flaky buttermilk biscuits with cream gravy made of flour, milk and pork sausage (or red-eye gravy made of ham and coffee) -- with a poached or fried egg on top -- is impossible to resist. It's comfort on a plate. ...more
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Beef Braciole Recipe

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Things a Monkey Could Cook: Oven-fried Chicken, Peaches, and Biscuits

When I was first married, I pestered my mother-in-law until she unearthed this forgotten favorite from my husband’s childhood, which he recalls her clipping from a newspaper; and if you’re intimidated by the idea of baking biscuits, you can always use the perfectly adequate canned dough that can be found hibernating inside cardboard tubes in the refrigerated section of your groceteria like she did. Also—in a similar vein—this recipe is a lot easier for the beginner than frying chicken on top of the stove, and I hope you’ll agree that the peaches add an interesting and delicious touch....more

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Thanksgiving Leftovers

Now that you’ve cleaned up the Thanksgiving feast off the table, you are most likely wondering what to do with all the leftovers. You’re not alone; we are all doing the same thing. I have a lot of turkey that I need to take care of, and I have some stuffing, some gravy, and veggies. I’ll leave some turkey for hubby’s sandwiches, some for a soup, and the rest I am going to use up in this savory, day after Thanksgiving treat....more