You are not a true Southerner unless you know of a gas station that serves a great breakfast. My dad always went to one that was a gas station and auto parts store. The one that I like best also sells fishing poles and tackle, and you will stand in line on a Saturday morning to get your food. My favorite gas station breakfast is on the way to what I consider the best flea market in the world - mostly for its corn dogs and roasted peanuts (I am sorry; I am not a boiled peanut gal). Anyway, it is quite a ways to that gas station, so I decided to make my favorite at home - pork tenderloin biscuit. Yes, I did use a frozen biscuit. This does not happen at the gas station; they have a man who makes wonderful homemade biscuits right beyond the magazine stand in the store. My biscuits still turn out like hockey pucks. I will let you know if that changes. I started with cubed pork tenderloin. I floured the tenderloin, put it through an egg wash and floured it again. I think using the term egg wash makes me sound like I know what I'm doing. I had mixed salt and pepper with the flour. Then, just put it in hot canola oil and start frying. I will have to say that this was a pretty successful experiment. It was just almost as good as the gas station food. I can't say that about everything I cook.