Moist, flaky, buttery and salty. These biscuits will make you happy, happy, happy! I like to serve these biscuits with fried chicken, but they make great sandwich bread for anything from a fried egg sandwich to a pastrami sandwich.
Fernand Petiot claimed to have invented Bloody Mary’s in 1921, while working at the New York Bar in Paris, which later became , a frequent Paris hangout for Ernest Hemingway. They are fabulous made with vodka or gin, although my favorite is the gin. Gin adds a little more depth of flavor. People add a myriad of garnished to bloody mary’s. You can put anything in them from pickled asparagus to sushi. In this recipe, I use a slider with an olive and a carrot.