Inviting me for dinner, I knew my friend Amea would make something delicious. She made a chicken white chili, cornbread, and I brought over some veggies and dill dip. The chili was amazing: perfectly seasoned, warm, and hearty. An added bonus was the cornbread, and between Amea, Soloman, and me, it got demolished. It was great to eat, catch up, and laugh. Good times!
Hands down, Gram and Dun has the best Chicken and Waffles. I hate to admit it, but I almost ate the entire plate if it weren’t for friends asking for bites. The waffle was crisp on the outside, and soft on the inside. And that huge amount of maple butter? I ate it. All of it. The fried chicken was super wonderful and I fell in love even more bite after bite. Every encounter at Gram and Dun, I’ve always been satisfied. The food is quite legit.
Yum, Monkey Bread! Always a special treat to have this delicious, sweet, baked gloriousness! Sometimes, it’s hard to believe it’s just biscuits and so easy to make. Just get a four pack of biscuits, cut it in fours, and coat the pieces in cinnamon and sugar, and place them in a pan. Be careful, because although the biscuits are small, they get bigger when cooked. In a separate pan, melt a stick of margarine and add brown sugar – about 1/2 of a cup. Melt, stir, and pour over biscuits. Bake for about 30 mins. I don’t have exact measurements or cooking time; I just eyeball everything!