This week has been a very busy, but a productive week. We filmed the first episode of "My Family's Kitchen." Also, I had to go out of town on a business trip. Right before I left to come back home, I thought I would grab a bite to eat. At the hotel they had biscuits and gravy. One of my favorite things. While sitting there, eating I started thinking I wonder how gravy and biscuits came to be. So, I pulled my phone out and thought I would ask Siri. After twelve times of where did mom go, how to make pizza, and a couple of other things she finally got it right. How she got pizza out of gravy I don't know. Siri and I have this love hate relationship. I'm sure you know what I mean. Anyways, I never did find out how gravy came to be but I found out that biscuits was derived from the Latin words bis (twice) cuits (twice-cooked). It was made out of a need for nutritious, easy-to-store, easy-to-carry, and long-lasting food for sailors. To make a long story short they created hard biscuits they could store with out spoiling. But many years later the south changed that and made them soft. Its very interesting.