Early Sunday morning at the Laundry, and today's breakfast is the Eggs Benedict Arnold. It's fried eggs over house-made biscuits, topped with Detroit breakfast sausage gravy.
Everyone has heard of Eggs Benedict. So what's the difference with the Arnold? With the Arnold the English muffin is replaced with a biscuit, and the hollandaise sauce is replace with a country gravy. Often, the poached egg is cooked longer, so that the yolk is fully cooked- (with our Arnold, we pan fry our eggs rather than poach them.) So even though it has part of the name of the traditional eggs Benedict, the only thing that is kind of the same is that it is made with an egg.
This is served as a heaping portion. Two biscuits, two eggs, and a ridiculous amount of sausage gravy. I'm not a sausage fan, but this stuff was pretty good. However, I don't know how my fiancee (who is a personal trainer), would feel about me eating this. But, if you like sausage gravy, I think this is a dish that most would enjoy. I'm glad I tried it, I'm always hearing compliments about how good our sausage gravy is!