Get a hot biscuit!

  • Grab a hot one today at:

    MU System Bldg at 100 West Nifong Boulevard 11am-2pm
    Logboat Brewing 4:30-8pm
  • Friday   10/28: 
    Millers Professional Imaging 11am-2pm
  • Saturday   10/29: 
    Biscuit Booth at Columbia Farmers Market 8am-noon
    Biscuit Brunch at Root Cellar 10am-2pm
    Logboat Brewing 4:30-8pm
  • Sunday   10/30: 
    Orr Street Farmers and Artisans Mrkt 9am-1pm
  • Monday   10/31:  Closed Monday
  • Tuesday   11/01:  Closed Tuesday
  • Wednesday   11/02:  Closed this Wednesday, See you tomorrow!

OUR STORY Ozark Born & Raised

Our story starts in northeast Arkansas where the Mississippi Delta mud gives way to the flinty foothills of the Ozarks. In that crook of river country five generations of our family sharecropped, farmed, canned, moonshined and refined the fixing of delicious food all the while.

At our gatherings, you’ll see recipes penciled on fading notecards tumble out of threadbare cookbooks. We set these heirlooms out on the counter, get to cooking then carefully tuck them back for safekeeping. This is our family bible of flavor.

Cornbread sizzled in iron skillets, bacon infused black-eyed peas, steak smothered until fork-tender, pie crust broken under fresh berries.

That’s the kind of food we grew up with, love and wanted to share.

At the Ozark Mountain Biscuit Company we honor that history with fresh, quality, seasonal ingredients. Heck, we try to grow it ourselves when we can and find other local partners to help us out. Friends like Patchwork Family Farms, Show-Me Farms Beef, Crop Circle, and Old Tony Speichinger.

In this day and age quality also means being aware of your surroundings and treating them right. We are committed to sourcing from sustainable, humane farms and making sure our containers and such are friendly to your health and the soil. Seems it doesn’t make much sense to do it any other way.

We hope you’ll find our updated take on our family food to your liking. Sure, there are some things on our food truck that our great-grandma Jettie wouldn’t begin to recognize but we know she would find delicious.

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