Breakfast for Dinner #216: Feeling 100% Homemade Biscuit Love

Date October 25, 2017, Wednesday
Time 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Price: $75
Phone 734.663.3663

Karl Worley of Biscuit Love will warm our hearts and fill our bellies, at this unique Special Dinner #216.

Every day, people stand in line for up to an hour to get a taste of the award-winning deliciousness served up at Biscuit Love in Nashville, Tennessee. Chef Karl Worley puts a lot of love into his famous biscuits, creating the big flavors that Bon Appetit gushed over when it named his East Nasty the Best Sandwich of 2015.

Here’s how they described it:

“...a slightly-crunchy-on-the-exterior, fluffy, buttery biscuit topped with a ridiculously good piece of fried chicken, which is swaddled in rich sausage gravy, then topped with (you guessed it) the other half of the biscuit.”

Karl works hard to share the comforting taste that got him through a tough childhood in Appalachia—and he’s touched the South with his considerable talents. Using his grandmother’s recipe, Karl is very selective with his ingredients. He uses all winter wheat flour from Kentucky’s Weisenberger Mill and melts his butter before pouring it in. The impact of his food is matched every ounce by his love for his community.

“Food matters. But not as much as doing what you can for people,” explains Karl. “I want to feed people, I want to feed them what they need.”

Along with his fabulous cooking, this ethos is the secret of his and his wife Sarah’s success and a big reason why they’ve been able to expand so quickly, owning and operating two Biscuit Love locations in Nashville, Tennessee—with a third location about to open!

While the fluffy, buttery biscuits that have made Karl a culinary star in Nashville, his menu also offers classics, like Hot Fried Chicken, Shrimp and Grits, and his unforgettable East Nasty. We look forward this amazing opportunity to taste the love Karl will bring with every bite at our Breakfast for Dinner #216.

First Course:
Ham Tasting
A Tasting of Four Country Hams with Beaten Biscuits.

Second Course:
Flight of Mini Biscuits

The East Nasty
Fried Chicken, Cheddar, Sausage Gravy

Nashville Hot Chicken, Pickle, Mustard, and Honey

The Wash Park
Biscuit Burger with Pimento Cheese and Bacon Jam

Third Course:
The Joule
Arugula Salad Tossed in Champagne Vinaigrette, House-Made Granola, Blackberries, Zingerman's Aged Chelsea Cheese.

Fourth Course:
Shrimp and Grits the Way God and Bill Neal Intended Them To Be
Cheese Grits, Shrimp, Bacon, Mushrooms, Lemon, Tabasco, and Green Onions

Fifth Course:
Family Reserve Biscuit
With Lemon Curd and Huckleberry Compote