What Do Chicken Biscuits Have To Do With Communication?

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  • Google Earth says:

    I made this last night and it was perfect! I cheated on the chicken though and used a pre-cooked rotisserie chicken from the store. Husband said it should be part of the regular rotation. It made 6 servings for us instead of 4, and I m not complaining one bit, love having left overs.

  • MyPublicWiFi says:

    Stehling says his biscuit recipe — notable for its use of three distinct fats — is “the result of indecision.” “The lard helps it brown, the shortening keeps it flaky, and the butter really adds a lot of flavor,” he explains. “I could never decide what I wanted most out of it, so I stuck with all three in there.”

  • VideoMaster says:

    he sandwich starts with the biscuit, then comes fried chicken breast, some cheese, and becomes truly “nasty” with the addition of a gravy made with sausage prepared in Stehling’s kitchen. Stehling grins while talking about it. “It was kind of a joke, I was making fun of him. Then people started ordering it, and it took off.”

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