Sunday, July 20, 2014

Unique Nashville Biscuits

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Friends, I think I have found my new life-mantra “Life is better with biscuits.” My second guest post for the Music City Food + Wine Festival features some of my favorite unique biscuit offerings in town. I chose to highlight some of the dishes around town that are beyond your basic biscuit sandwich. Nashville has tons of places that serve biscuits in traditional ways, but there are also quite a few places where you can get something truly unique. With toppings likes caramelized banana jam, spicy remoulade, smoked Duke’s mayonnaise, or shredded smoked chicken, surely your taste buds are curious. Check out my post to learn more about these amazing biscuit specialties!

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4 Responses to “Unique Nashville Biscuits”

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    Ann @ PersnicketyBiscuit — July 21, 2014 @ 10:32 am

    Those are some great selections, Erin. I hate to admit it, but I’ve not tried them all myself yet. Apparently, I need to get out and catch up on my biscuit tasting!

    • Erin Wilburn replied: — July 28th, 2014 @ 8:18 am

      Thank you! I know, it’s a hard job to sample all these biscuits. But someone had to do it. ;) Might I also recommend a biscuit breakfast sandwich at Big Al’s Deli in Germantown, OR his biscuits with chocolate gravy. OH MY!!! They very nearly made this list. Al’s biscuits are superb!!

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    Krista Dial — July 22, 2014 @ 6:12 am

    YUM, Erin! These look and sound amazing! I totally agree…life is definitely better with biscuits! :) Didn’t see a place to comment on the post, so I’m leaving one here. Olive and Sinclair chocolate gravy?!?! Dangerous! I can’t wait to give some of these a whirl. Might have to go on a biscuit tour of Nashville. Hehe. :) Thanks Erin!

    • Erin Wilburn replied: — July 28th, 2014 @ 8:16 am

      Thank you for the comment! I think right now Biscuit Love temporarily took the Gertie off the menu, and replaced it with a peachy concoction featuring seasonal peaches. But the Gertie is one of their standbys, so it will reappear. If you ever DO go on a biscuit tour of Nashville, I’ve got a few more recommendations for stellar biscuits that didn’t end up in this round up. Viva la biscuit! ;)

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