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WFUnix | Mar 1, 200910:52 AM     117

Who has the best cheese biscuits in eastern NC? This morning, I had a delicious bacon egg & cheese biscuit at the Travel Store in Washington across from Beaufort County Community College.

For those of you that don't know, many independently owned and small chain convenience stores in eastern NC sell delicious cheese biscuits, which is basically just a biscuit that has hoop cheese melted in it. Then you can add to it various meats and egg, like you would at a Bojangles, etc. The hoop cheese, instead of a slice of American or cheddar, makes a huge difference! I don't see why anyone that lives in eastern NC would ever want Bojangles, Hardees, etc., for a biscuit again! Surprisingly, I can't find much info about these cheese biscuits online.

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