Tailgate Treats: Biscuits and Gravy

So… Who else is ready for breakfast tomorrow?

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2014 has been an absolute rollercoaster of a year. With all the ups and downs, the time has flown by. It’s already late October, and this is by far my favorite time of the year. My life is consumed by half marathon training, football games, and gradually cooler weather (emphasis on “gradually”). The past two Jaguars home games, I’ve been so happy that the early mornings at the slab have required a jacket.

This past weekend’s cooler game day temperature inspired me to make a warm breakfast to have before engaging in circle ups and adult beverage consumption. At first, I considered a casserole, but I really wanted biscuits and gravy – warm, thick, spicy sausage gravy because yum. Instead of making individual biscuits, I chose to make a big ol’ Bisquick biscuit in a casserole dish and slather it in homemade sausage gravy. Win win.

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Cheesy Chicken Meatballs

Cheesy Chicken Meatballs

I am not even going to pretend to take credit for these creating the recipe for these cheesy chicken meatballs… but they were so delicious I had to share it. So I’m embarking on this 21 day diet and workout plan to get my butt back in gear after not eating so healthy for a while. I always feel my best when I’m eating right and working out, so yeah. This needed to happen. I knew I had some ground chicken that needed to be cooked, and I wasn’t really sure what to do with it, so I did what any normal human would do: I asked Google.

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Krispy Kreme Burgers

Forgive me, Father, for I have sinned.

Krispy Kreme Burgers

I have committed the ultimate betrayal against my cholesterol level: a Krispy Kreme burger.

Known to many as the “Luther Vandross,” this Southern delicacy is simply a cheeseburger with plain glazed donuts from Krispy Kreme as a bun (we added bacon because why not?). We’ve been talking about making these for months now, but there’s always been a reason we couldn’t do it or we’d just forget. It’s been a busy year!

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Dry Rubbed Beef Roast

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I originally made this as a pork roast the weekend before last for Austin. I promised him that I would cook a Whole30 dinner that he’d also love so that I wouldn’t have to worry about navigating a restaurant’s menu. With some quick googling, I found a promising dry rubbed pork recipe (minus the brown sugar). After spending six hours in the oven, the pork came out incredible. Because it was so good, I figured I’d give it a shot with a beef roast so that Liz could have some.

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