I always hesitate to make a new seitan recipe but I like this one.I used the slow cooker variation and it was very hassle-free, which is nice for seitan.The service was fast and friendly.There were seats available for waiting and magazines to read.It seems geared toward the customer on the go regardless of their seating arrangements.
Best Breakfast Under $2 Denver 2010 - Rise and Shine Biscuit Kitchen and Cafe
330 Holly St.
Denver, CO 80220
Rise and Shine Biscuit Kitchen and Cafe, a pioneering little enterprise that shares the same Crestmoor quarters as Basil Doc's Pizza, buzzes with a heavy trade of moms toting toddlers in state-of-the-art strollers, java guzzlers and bread heads who show up bright and early for the flaky, fresh-baked buttermilk biscuits — pudgy, warm in the center and delicious on their own or slathered with butter, jam or honey. Naked, they're just $1.25; add jam or honey for another two bits. Owner and master biscuit-maker Seth Rubin always offers a biscuit of the day — bacon cheddar, Nutella, smoked Gouda and rosemary olive oil have all been recent offerings — and on Fridays, he bakes batches of beer biscuits with brews from Great Divide Brewing Company.
I routinely order more biscuits than I can eat on a given day, since they're all so delicious I can't decide! Plus, you HAVE to try the Biscuit of the Day each time.
I routinely buy way more biscuits than I can eat on a given day, just because they're so delicious that I can't decide which one to get... plus, always have to try the Biscuit of the Day!