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Biscuits and the egg

Hillbilly WillyHillbilly Willy Posts: 49
edited 10:52AM in EggHead Forum
Here are some photos of the biscuits which I baked on the BGE this AM. Since I stayed too close to the beer wagon at the Shrine picnic yesterday, I wasn't up early enough to smoke a fattie on the egg in time for breakfast. We had hamburger gravy with these biscuits.







  • DarnocDarnoc Posts: 2,661
    Hillbilly Willy,
    Looks good can I have some? Is that a BGE stone on the raised grid?What temp and how long was the cook?

  • darnoc, the stone is a cheapie from the local kitchen gadget store. I don't have a good ceramic stone yet. The temp was aout 475° by the dome thermometer. The biscuits are easy to make and turn out well if not over mixed.[p]Bill

  • DarnocDarnoc Posts: 2,661
    Thanks for the info.That blue table and the Green Egg looks like a good color combo.

  • Spring ChickenSpring Chicken Posts: 10,247
    Hillbilly Willy,
    I grew up eat'n biscuits cooked in a wood stove and cast iron skillet. So I do the same thing today when I want good biscuits, but on the BGE. Here's what mine look like.[p]Biscuits7-18-04.jpg[p]A good biscuit is the best complement to a meal there is.[p]Spring "Biscuit Lover" Chicken
    Spring Texas USA

  • darnoc, I built that temporary table for the egg until I have time to build in the egg, refrigerator and Patio II into a single cabinet. Bonnie commented on my color coordination, but teal blue was what I had handy. Looks OK to me and the cooking stains are easy to wipe off. [p]Bill

  • Spring Chicken, I couldn't agree more and the good ones don't come in cans or from the frozen food isle. Those look great. Got some butter and habanero jelly?
    Bonnie and I also enjoy cast iron or black pot cooking. Goes well with the BGE cooker.[p]Bill

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