I'm a yankee girl and don't know much about biscuits and gravy, but this recipe was easy, tasty, and no where near as salty-tasting as I was anticipating. I used five thin slices of bacon that produced a lot of grease. After removing the bacon, I turned off the heat, gradually added the flour, then started the heat up again as I added the cold milk (I eyeballed the milk, not sure if I used more or less than a cup, just watched for the gravy to lighten in color and reach the appropriate thickness). I had accidentally let the bacon cook a little long and worried that it might taste a bit burnt, but it didn't! Used Anne's Baking Powder Biscuits I recipe from this website because of the (lack of) ingredients I had on hand. Though not necessarily a "traditional" southern breakfast, it was still tasty and my Texas-raised partner was satisfied.
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I'm a yankee girl and don't know much about biscuits and gravy, but this recipe was easy,...