Let’s Celebrate! It’s National Buttermilk Biscuit Day May 14th
After a Saturday night out 2-stepping, you generally have to wind up at the all night breakfast place for biscuits and gravy! National Buttermilk Biscuit Day falls on a Sunday, the same day as Mother's Day, so this works out perfectly.
As far back as I can recall, stopping for biscuits and gravy after a night out, saved me from a hangover a few times at least! But aside from that, it's just plain old good eatin' and one of my favorite food groups!
I have really looked around, on a bit of a mission over the years, for the best recipes. I found one I really love and have been wondering about the perfect opportunity to share it with you, and this is it.
I have made this one many times in my cast-iron skillet and they're amazing!
You can find some great pictures and recipes at #buttermilkbiscuitday.
National Buttermilk Biscuit Day is observed each year in the United States on May 14th according to the National Day Calendar, and on their site, they share a little biscuit history with us. Alexander P. Ashbourne patented the first biscuit cutter in 1875.
Please share your buttermilk biscuit stories and recipes! We'd love to hear from you!