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Small Batch Southern Biscuits

In the past few years the world has gotten smaller.  Living here in Britain, I can get almost any American food I like to eat. Krispy Kreme donuts are available at the local supermarket.  I can even order Moon Pies online.  The one thing that you don't get here in the U.K. is biscuits and sausage gravy.  

Once or twice a year I get a serious craving for biscuits and gravy so I roll my sleeves up and make a small batch of biscuits, mix up some American Breakfast Sausage, and make one of America's favourite breakfast treats, biscuits and gravy.  Today I thought I'd share the Southern Biscuit recipe with you. 

Now, to my readers in the U.K. these may look like scones.  Actually, they pretty much are scones only without the richness of egg and cream found in most scone recipes.  Biscuits are more on the savoury side, traditionally served in the Southern States for at least three meals a day, breakfast, lunch, and dinner.  They make a lovely breakfast sandwich if you add a fried …

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