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The Wicked Biscuit Co.

Posted by DID 20 Oct 2014 2 Comments

Durham’s Wicked Biscuit Co. is a truck serving up, as the name implies, biscuits. For specializing in one food group (it’s the South – biscuits are a food group), they actually have a pretty diverse menu with a variety of savory and sweet sandwich options. The sandwiches are served on a variety of biscuits – blue cheese, cinnamon, butter, etc.

These are biscuits filled with the likes of chorizo, bacon, fried eggs, apples, sweet cream cheese  - it’s hard to go wrong. We opted for the Pimpin’ Pimento (pimento cheese/fried egg on a butter biscuit) and the Bethany (fried apples and sweet cream cheese on a cinnamon biscuit). Though the biscuits were both a little denser than I prefer, the fillings made up for it. I would recommend adding bacon to the Pimpin’ Pimento, it needed some crunch.

Wicked Biscuit is usually parked on Rigsbee by the police station through the week and outside of Cocoa Cinnamon on Sunday mornings starting around 9 am, which for early risers is nice as most brunch places in Durham don’t start serving until 10:30 or 11.

Keep up with Wicked Biscuit on twitter here.


  • gryphon said:

    You probably meant Rigsbee when you wrote “Rigsby the police station”.


    DID replies on October 29th, 2014 at 9:28 am:

    ah – old habits die hard.


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