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desertdog

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  • Joined: 5/24/2006
  • Location: Scottsdale, AZ
Arizona Breakfasts Fri, 12/22/06 11:18 PM (permalink)
Here's one of my favorites.

Chompies http://www.chompies.com/





They have a full service restaurant along with take out counter and a huge dessert counter. Breakfasts are awesome as is the lunch menu.

Here's my favorite! I usually always get the Corned Beef hash with 2 over medium and a bialy.





Yummy for my tummy.
 
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    ScreenBear

    • Total Posts: 1504
    • Joined: 9/18/2005
    • Location: Westfield, NJ
    RE: Arizona Breakfasts Sat, 12/23/06 1:43 AM (permalink)
    Man, that's a good-sized building for a restaurant/bakery.
    The Bear
     
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      Jimeats

      • Total Posts: 3175
      • Joined: 8/15/2005
      • Location: Ipswich Ma
      RE: Arizona Breakfasts Sat, 12/23/06 7:34 AM (permalink)
      quote:
      Originally posted by ScreenBear

      Man, that's a good-sized building for a restaurant/bakery.
      The Bear
      Looks like they can afford it. They are not bashfull about their prices. The average breakfast with coffee and juice is going to run about $15 with tip. Chow Jim
       
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        John A

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        • Joined: 1/27/2006
        • Location: Daytona Beach, FL
        RE: Arizona Breakfasts Sat, 12/23/06 9:05 AM (permalink)
        Looks like a great place, that plate is just waiting for someone to dig in. I like homefries, they look like very good ones.
         
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          desertdog

          • Total Posts: 1946
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          • Location: Scottsdale, AZ
          RE: Arizona Breakfasts Sat, 12/23/06 11:48 AM (permalink)
          quote:
          Originally posted by Jimeats

          quote:
          Originally posted by ScreenBear

          Man, that's a good-sized building for a restaurant/bakery.
          The Bear
          Looks like they can afford it. They are not bashful about their prices. The average breakfast with coffee and juice is going to run about $15 with tip. Chow Jim


          The place is always packed, but it is certainly not an everyday breakfast joint, for me anyway. The prices are a bit higher than most other places in the area, but the quality and quantity are always the tops.

          That ain't no canned corned beef hash, their deli meats always draw rave reviews. I don't mind paying more occasionally for food I know is going to be consistantly good, where service is consistantly good, and they are not going to "French Plate" my portions. - DD
           
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            cornfed

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            • Joined: 5/14/2005
            • Location: atlanta, GA
            RE: Arizona Breakfasts Sat, 12/23/06 12:45 PM (permalink)
            Is this a Jewish deli?
             
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              desertdog

              • Total Posts: 1946
              • Joined: 5/24/2006
              • Location: Scottsdale, AZ
              RE: Arizona Breakfasts Sat, 12/23/06 2:45 PM (permalink)
              quote:
              Originally posted by cornfed

              Is this a Jewish deli?


              yep.
               
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                fabulousoyster

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                • Location: new york, NY
                RE: Arizona Breakfasts Thu, 01/4/07 10:32 AM (permalink)
                Does anyone in the Southwest eat Cornflakes with Salsa?
                No, this is not a joke.

                I know someone who does. Years ago, when I was visiting someone's home in Tucson, I was putting milk on my cornflakes in the morning, and the person said to me, hey, don't put milk, put this, and PLOPPED a half jar of salsa on his cornflakes and walked away, sat in front of the TV and ate.

                That person told me this is done more often in New Mexico than Arizona.

                Just wonderin.....
                 
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                  desertdog

                  • Total Posts: 1946
                  • Joined: 5/24/2006
                  • Location: Scottsdale, AZ
                  RE: Arizona Breakfasts Thu, 01/4/07 5:32 PM (permalink)
                  quote:
                  Originally posted by fabulousoyster

                  Does anyone in the Southwest eat Cornflakes with Salsa?
                  No, this is not a joke.

                  I know someone who does. Years ago, when I was visiting someone's home in Tucson, I was putting milk on my cornflakes in the morning, and the person said to me, hey, don't put milk, put this, and PLOPPED a half jar of salsa on his cornflakes and walked away, sat in front of the TV and ate.

                  That person told me this is done more often in New Mexico than Arizona.

                  Just wonderin.....



                  Never heard of such a thing...not too much of a stretch though...corn flakes or corn chips. To turn the tables, I love salsa on my breakfast burritos but I have never had the desire to drown them in milk!
                   
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