Monday, November 22, 2010

Countdown to Thanksgiving: Bacon, Sage, & Cheddar Biscuits

We continue our countdown to Thanksgiving, by looking at some of our favorite Thanksgiving desserts, confections, and treats created in past years. All of the items we are covering are available on the 2010 Thanksgiving Pricing Guide (available by clicking here). Give us a call or send us an email with questions or orders. We look forward to contributing to your special Thanksgiving gathering!

We have previously looked at a host of our orenji Thanksgiving holiday favorites, including:

Caramel Pumpkin Pie

Sweet Potato Tart with Caramelized Marshmallows & Toasted Pecans

Chocolate Enrobed Dried Fruits

Krispy Cereal Treat Sunflower “Pops”

Bittersweet Chocolate and Pumpkin Cheesecake

Assorted Scones

Spiced Pumpkin & Bittersweet Chocolate Cake

Today, we turn our attention back to breakfast. Here at orenji, we love sweets. But sometimes, first thing in the morning, you need something savory! These biscuits are the perfect solution: Bacon, Sage, & Cheddar Buttermilk Biscuits.

(We should mention, we love bacon, too!)

We start with an old-fashioned buttermilk biscuit dough, hand mixed, rolled and cut. Into our dough we add ample amounts of crisped Applewood smoked bacon, fresh local sage, and sharp Cheddar cheese. When these biscuits bake, they puff, becoming light and airy! They are the perfect way to start the day… or eat for a snack. This year, we might even serve them alongside our Thanksgiving dinner!

Like what you see? It’s not too late to order for local delivery! Check out our similar offerings on the 2010 Thanksgiving Pricing Guide, available now by clicking here!

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As we get ready for Thanksgiving 2010, we will review some of our favorite Thanksgiving creations from years past in future posts! Be sure to keep checking back!

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