Quite honestly, gravy can make a break a Thanksgiving meal.
Turkey too dry? Smother it with delicious, savory gravy. Potatoes bland? Stuffing under seasoned? Gravy. Gravy Gravy!
Does the idea of making gravy scare you? Do you think popping open a lid on a jar can please your friends and family more than making your own homemade, fresh from the pan drippings gravy?
I promise you that nothing beats good, homemade gravy. And if, you’ve never tried to make your own, or if you’ve tried and failed, or if you’ve tried and the result was “meh”, than you NEED Fifty Shades of Gravy, A Christian Gets Saucy for the holiday season. You’ll never buy jarred gravy again.
You can get it in ebook form or you can order a paperback from any bookstore in the world. If you want a signed paperback, get it at my Square store here.
And now, here’s the Gravy song by Dee Dee Sharp. Get up and dance — then order the book!
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You remind me of a visit to the Turkish town of Bodrum. As we got off the boat, we were greeted by signs advertising lunch “with genuine Bisto gravy”. And yes, the restaurants were filled with English tourists.
Husband and I went for something a little more local. I like Bisto to accompany a meal where there is no dripping in the pan, but the rest of the time … yes, homemade gravy.