I’ll have a Conniption Fit over some Red Lobster Biscuits!

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Did you know….

When you think of Red Lobster, the seafood lover in you undoubtedly thinks of one thing: The Cheddar Bay Biscuits. These tiny pillows of heaven are what make a meal at the classic seafood chain an experience.

Oddly, the biscuits were a late addition to the menu. It was only two decades into the chain’s 46-year history that the biscuits made an appearance.

The hush puppies that were their predecessor weren’t rating so well, so executive chef and main man of culinary development, Kurt Hankins, began experimenting with Texas toast-esque French bread.

He eventually decided to shake up traditional biscuit recipes by subbing the sugar with garlic and adding in cheese. And, just like that, a classic was born.(codeblackreport.com)

Today’s Restaurant

Red Lobster – Milpitas, Ca

Average Cost

$11-$30

Rating (1-10)

10 for the biscuits 9 for the food

Recommended Dishes: 

Get the biscuits!! Ultimate Feast, Fried Shrimp

Red Lobster has been a memorable restaurant for me ever since I was a kid.

We would always go there when we were celebrating something special like birthdays, graduations, etc.

Just hearing my Mom say “Hey boys, you guys wanna go to Red Lobster!” would make us go crazy!!

Me and my brothers would jump for joy and run to get our shoes on to enjoy those delicious, heavenly created, flaky, buttery, garlic consumed biscuits and some seafood delights!

So much of a tradition that my kids love going as well. They give the same reaction to Red Lobster as I did when I was a kid…

Let’s talk about it…

So it’s raining today in the Bay Area and I need something wholesome, warm and tasty to enjoy this fall weather.

A soup would be nice..

Not just any soup. How about some clam chowder! Yum!

Now, where can I get some clam chowder in the middle of the silicon valley away from any beaches outside of an hour.

I know! Red Lobster!

So I immediately jump in the car with anticipation of not only slurping a nice thick, hearty clam chowder soup.

But also, to dip these untouchable, award winning, salute deserved, cheddar garlic biscuits into my soup and then place them in my mouth to just melt with utmost satisfaction.

I arrive and sit down and immediately order my soup. After my order, the waiter comes back with these heavenly biscuits within about 10 minutes.

Just looking at them makes my mouth quiver and makes me start kicking my leg under my seat like a 2 year old boy as I bite into them.

Each bite is a taste of unbelievable goodness!

The biscuit is flaky and soft..Oh so buttery and oh so garlicy.

The perfect blend of ingredients that just brightens up the entire galaxy.

Then my clam chowder arrives, steaming and winking at me to bring these biscuits on a swim.

So I dip them in and take a bite..

Kabooooooom!

The blend of this tasty, flavor bursting steamy clam chowder instantly hit me, combined with the buttery garlic flakes of the biscuit that just make this a 4th July explosion in my mouth.

Next up I concluded this wonderful meal with some fried shrimp.

I made sure to get some tartar sauce to dip these crunchy critters into and now the party has begun!

Crunch! Yum!

Nothing like a crunchy piece of succulent shrimp for the taste buds combined with the tanginess from the tartar sauce. Each bite was the entire shrimp except the tail going down my throat with a great crunch in between.

Instant gratification! True live action living! Good job Red Lobster!

Thanks for joining me on today’s adventure! I look forward to seeing you on the next run! Keep hope alive!

Eating is an enjoyable way of life.Live it..Learn it..Love it!

Trevis Dampier Sr.

References

codeblackreport.com (AUGUST 6, 2015) Red Lobster Cheddar Bay Biscuits Retrieved from http://www.codeblackreport.com/red-lobster-cheddar-bay-biscuits/

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