Alabama Biscuit…

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i haven’t posted any locally owned & operated establishments lately…i ate here yesterday. I’ve always thought of biscuits as greasy & extremely unhealthy. I was shocked to find that this wonderful coffee shop’s food was healthy. it appeared that all the food had been grown in Alabama, the honey from our fat Alabama honey bees…

If you are lucky enough to have a coffee shop, owned by a neighbor, visit frequently. Buy local supports your local economy & your local farmers. You are helping to improve your own lives when you keep the money home. This coffee shop, Alabama Biscuit, is one of those businesses & i plan on spending as much time in here as possible.

Located in Cahaba Heights, Alabama (iphone pics)

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  1. The biscuits look like what we’d call scones in Australia and Britain. There are no big chains in North Cyprus, only small, individual cafes and restaurants. I don’t miss McDonalds or any of the other chains because food here is so nice.

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  2. Reggie says:

    I love the ‘buy local, eat local, support local’ philosophy. Beautiful images as always!

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  3. Wow – I could get behind this kind of biscuit…I never could do the sausage gravy.

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  4. What a cool space, love the exposed pipes on the ceiling, very industrial look! Love it all!

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  5. Looks just like my mother’s. So light. I tried and tried to duplicate her biscuits but mine always fell short. The memory of them is good to have.

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