redeye gravy


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redeye gravy

n.
Gravy made from the juices of a cooked ham, thickened with flour and often containing black coffee.
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With that as background, the scribes retired from threatening skies for redeye gravy, grits, barbeques and ribs, and all sorts of southern cooking.
Some gravies, like the traditional redeye gravy of the American South, are thin.
One of the best thin gravies for savoring a thick slice of generously buttered home-baked bread is redeye gravy, a kind of sopping sauce.
"Al, Lum has made some redeye gravy to go with her famous biscuits."
"On Christmas morning we gather for family prayer and a good, downhome Christmas morning breakfast of fresh fuits, juices, country ham, redeye gravy and grits and hot biscuits.