AH, I spent a goodly portion of today cooking. I haven't done that in awhile. I've visited some wonderful blogs that share recipes. I thought about doing the same, but I have a problem. I don't usually use a recipe. For example, when my aunt taught me to make sausage gravy, it went like this. First you cook your sausage however you like. Then you turn down the fire a bit and add some flour to the grease in the skillet. Enough to soak up the grease..however much that is. Then you cook it, making sure you don't have the fire up too high, stirring it constantly until you almost, but not quite burn it. (This is called making a Roux - pronounced rue) Once the Roux is ready you add some milk. Then you cook it down till it looks right. You can add as much salt and pepper as you want.
Now, if you're from the South, this makes perfect sense. If not, just come by and I'll make y'all some gravy and yummy biscuits to pour it over!!