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Denny’s Don’t miss out on Denny’s $4 all-you-can-eat moon cakes ( i.e.moon-shaped, buttermilk pancakes).
Chef Greg Richie’s Southern contemporary menu takes traditional dishes like chicken and dumplings and scratch buttermilk biscuits to new heights.
Diners will soon be able to get breakfast all day, including a cheesy breakfast grit bowl ($10/with poached eggs, crispy bacon and a buttermilk biscuit) and other eggy dishes.
These came with buttery, golden shortbread, walnuts and swirls of buttermilk and strawberry cream.
Cooks brine the chicken in buttermilk and coat it in organic brown rice flour before frying.
Thanks to the Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act in 1938, the cake was traditionally nothing more than buttermilk, vinegar, cocoa powder, and coffee, with plenty of red dye.
But there are also the Havana ($11.50), a variation on a Cuban sandwich with all the pork and ham that that entails, and the Weekender ($12.50), whose chief ingredients are buttermilk fried chicken and pepper bacon.
When oven is hot, paint some of the buttermilk on the edges of the pie crust.
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Definition of buttermilk for English Language Learners
: the liquid that is left after butter has been made from milk or cream
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