Biscuits and sausage smothered with black pepper rosemary gravy
Short History: American biscuits originated with scones in the British Isles and were first mentioned in print in the 16th century. The “prototype” of the biscuit/scone is thought to come from Scottish kitchens, and as butter, wheat, and baking soda & powder slowly became more available, they slowly became softer and lighter and more recognizable as what we have today. When they came to the US, they boomed in the South – buttermilk and soft wheat are plentiful in this region – and became so popular that they have multiple restaurants dedicated just to them. Meanwhile in New England, scones became more popular, and especially gained popularity in the 1990’s with the coffee culture that was emerging at the time! This meal from The Vegan Taste will provide you with vitamin A and C, antioxidants, and more!
Reheating Instructions: Warm in a covered pan over medium.
“The biscuit was huge and the gravy was as good as I’ve ever eaten before going Vegan. Knowing it was Vegan made it so much more enjoyable – no guilt involved!” – Barbara Ma. from Goodyear
“OH MY GOSH!! This has to be one of my favorites. It was savoury, spicy, & gave me such a homey, comfort feeling. Loved, loved, loved! Please keep this on a regular rotation!” – Courtney Sm. from Glendale