Molly's Country Memories

Molly's Country Memories

The memories and happening in the everyday life of a country girl

Monday, March 08, 2010

Blue Monday and the best biscuits in town.

It is Blue Monday over at Sally's house. Well maybe not blue times, but time for some great blue items...Please visit Smiling Sally by clicking here.....

14 comments:

  1. Oh Molly, you've got my mouth watering. Happy Blue Monday.

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  2. Happy Blue Monday Molly. Those bisqits sound wonderful. Have a great day

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  3. Ooh, I'm hungry. I love homemade biscuits. Little places like that are such a find, aren't they?

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  4. Those hole in the walls are usually the best place to eat!

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  5. So is this place in Brookhaven now? I may have to venture down there sometime.Love homemade biscuits.

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  6. I suddenly felt some cravings for the biscuit hehehe.

    Building Memories Together for Blue Monday.

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  7. I would love to go there! Thank you for sharing! Happy Blue Monday :)

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  8. OHHHH, Molly!

    There's nothing like a little nondescript known-only-to-townsfolk hole in the wall to have the BEST food in the county. And we want to KEEP it secret, I think, like our own old Family Recipe for Pecan Pie or a crank-churn of ice cream.

    Can't wait for your other Blues!

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  9. I am not sure where you are in relation to where my sister lives. I wish it was close as I would certainly love having some of those biscuit. My sister lives in Hernando, Ms.

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  10. Biscuits sound great to me right about now. Happy Blue Monday!

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  11. Thank you for sharing Dude's with us, Molly. We will definitely check it out the next time we're down that way.

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  12. Looks like his overhead is way low, so he can concentrate on making good biscuits. Man, slap on some jelly and eat 'em up. Sounds great.
    Super story girl~

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  13. Susie, it is in Brookhaven on Hwy 51 and Industrial Blvd. Coming off I-55 you would take the north exit and follow the signs to Industrial Blvd and it will take you straight to it.
    Corgidogmama, he has 2 cooks and 4 counter girls, I loved his Trail Biscuits, made with eggs, ham, bacon or sausage, cheese and extra large size biscuit.
    They are fine.
    LV, if your sister lives in Hernando, she lives a good ways from us, we are in Central MS. an hrs drive south of the capital Jackson.

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Little sweet memories whispered..