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Subject: Re: Meat nostalgia Date: 10/8/2005 12:06 PM
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Thanks, I'll try the Eating Well Reuben Recipe.

As for Biscuits & Gravy, I'd like to report what I just tried out for breakfast. For starters, instead of biscuits I used english muffins, and for the gravy part I used :

1.5 C - Morningstar brand frozen sausage crumbles
1 2.64oz pkg McCormick brand original country gravy mix (I think in the east McCormick is also known as Schilling)
2 C water
(optional) a pinch of sage

Be careful if you don't have this same gravy mix available in your area because it was the only one that I could find at my grocery store which didn't contain chicken stock/fat. I believe they all contain partially hydrogenated oil, so if you have a strong aversion to this you might need to make your gravy from scratch.

Directions (you'll be eating in 5 minutes):
-Cook the sausage crumbles in the microwave for about 2 minutes
-Prepare the gravy according to the package, all the McCormick called for was 2 cups of water.
-add cooked sausage to the prepared gravy
-toast english muffins
-heap a generous amount of the gravy/sausage mixture on muffins and eat.

Now, It's been a long time since I've had the "real" thing, but what I made came out really, REALLY delicious. And I would definitely recommend the use of english muffins instead of biscuits.
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