Bis­cuit time

Com­muters have a new source for a quick break­fast

The Covington News - - Business - By Rachel Oswald

Com­muters driv­ing through Jer­sey on their way to So­cial Cir­cle and Cov­ing­ton will have a rea­son to stop for a bit once The Bis­cuit Fac­tory be­gins serv­ing break­fast sand­wiches.

Lo­cated on Jer­sey’s Main Street, The Bis­cuit Fac­tory cur­rently pre­pares break­fast sand­wiches which are then sold to lo­cal con­ve­nience stores, but owner Stephanie Fuller says she plans to open up a drive- thru win­dow in a month’s time.

Promis­ing the “ best home cook­ing around” Fuller and her mother make all of their bis­cuits from scratch with an old fam­ily recipe ev­ery morn­ing. Cus­tomers can choose from chicken bis­cuits, ham bis­cuits, red link bis­cuits, smoked sausage bis­cuits, steak bis­cuits, sausage bis­cuits, coun­try ham bis­cuits and ten­der­loin bis­cuits. Bis­cuits come with egg and cheese and range in price from $ 1 to $ 2.50.

Break­fast bur­ri­tos with ba­con, egg and cheese and sausage, egg and cheese are also avail­able.

The Bis­cuit Fac­tory’s bis­cuits are cur­rently car­ried at The Big Easy in Cov­ing­ton on Wash­ing­ton Street, at the Shell gas sta­tion next to Happy J’s also on Wash­ing­ton Street and at the Chevron Gas Sta­tion on Emory Street. Fuller said she en­vi­sions dis­tribut­ing her break­fast sand­wiches to even more con­ve­nience stores in the fu­ture.

Fuller said her bis­cuits are dis­trib­uted to con­ve­nience stores be­tween 5: 30 a. m. and 6: 30 a. m. Free de­liv­ery is of­fered on or­ders of 10 or more bis­cuits.

Mandi Singer/The Cov­ing­ton News

Hot out of the oven: A homemade ham and cheese bis­cuit is served up on the counter at Bis­cuit Fac­tory in Jer­sey. The own­ers will open a drive- thru win­dow at their present lo­ca­tion with­int a month.

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