photo credit: Nicole Guglielmo
The Biscuit Lady
Not too hard and not too crumbly, not too dry and not too buttery, not too bland and not too sweet—The Biscuit Lady makes the Goldilocks of biscuits. She sells them Thursday-Sunday mornings from a pop-up at Lucky’s Trading Co. in Roxborough, and you can grab them in overstuffed breakfast sandwiches, tossed in cinnamon-sugar and topped with icing, or plain (just add some jam, which she also sells). They usually sell out, so try to order online or line up by 9am for the Neighborhood Jawn, which layers housemade jalapeño pimento cheese, a sausage patty, and egg on an oversized buttermilk biscuit. There are picnic tables inside for chowing down, but the biscuits travel well if you want to bring them home to a hungry group.
The Neighborhood Jawnphoto credit: Nicole Guglielmo
Holy Biscuits—only served on Saturdays and Sundays.photo credit: Nicole Guglielmo
The Uptown Girl—a BEC with peanut butter and strawberry jam.photo credit: Nicole Guglielmo
Sold at Lucky's Trading Co.photo credit: Nicole Guglielmo