This Is How Patricia Altschul Makes a "Big, Nasty" Plate of Comfort Food Worthy of Her Formal Dining Room

This Is How Patricia Altschul Makes a "Big, Nasty" Plate of Comfort Food Worthy of Her Formal Dining Room

The Southern Charm matriarch has a few tricks up her sleeve for plating biscuits. 

By Jenny Berg
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It's only natural: The Southern Charm gang loves Southern food. No matter where he is in the world, Shep Rose can take one bite of mac and cheese and feel at home. Cameran Eubanks loves her boiled peanuts. And even Patricia Altschul, queen of class, likes a "big, nasty" biscuit every now and again. But even when she's eating at her "nastiest," Patricia does it in a way that's worthy of butler service. 

On November 29, the kaftan designer showed off her dinner on Instagram. Her caption contained a brief tutorial on how to dine, Charleston-style: "A Big Nasty Biscuit," she wrote. "The sausage gravy goes over the fried chicken and biscuit." She added a winking hashtag: #hautecuisine. 

But honestly, it was a little haute! Just look at the elegant china and polished silver moat: 

Fans were curious about Patricia's antler plates, which she identified as Limoges in the comments. She also gave this tip to a follower who asked her about preferred types of china. "I have different sets but if you are just starting out get Mottahedeh," she advised.  

Noted! Now all we need is the recipe for that sausage gravy.

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