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Old 06-11-2005, 09:19 PM   #1
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Branson's Best Biscuits and Gravy

My dh loves biscuits and gravy, and although I know I make a mean biscuit and good gravy, I don't do it often enough for dh....

Who in Branson has the best biscuits and gravy? Biscuits that aren't of the 'whoppum' variety, from a can, and real gravy with some sausage in it.
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Until this past year....I believe that Starvin Marvin's biscuits & gravy were the best we'd had in Branson, but the last few times we've been there, the biscuits have tasted pretty much like every other buffet in town, (not canned, but frozen) so I don't think that I have a favorite on that anymore. However, I do like Cracker Barrell biscuits, but it seems to me that their gravy is as thick as wall paper paste.

I don't like the sausage cooked in the gravy, because I'm not fond of sausage, I prefer bacon or ham, but dh does. Of course, he likes everything about breakfast, so he votes for Starvin Marvins.
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My daughter is the biscuit & gravy afficionado in our family, and she swears by the homemade biscuits and gravy at The Farmhouse in downtown Branson.
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Wingman, the term "whoppum" means that you whop the cans on the cabinet to get them to open. They are the refrigerated canned biscuits that you peal the label off and hit them on something and then they come open. This was a term I learned from Jerry Clower, the old southern comedian, years ago.
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