BBQ for breakfast?

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2008/03/26 18:46:00 (permalink)

BBQ for breakfast?

Given the interesting responses I received when I asked about regional breakfasts, I got to wondering where BBQ fits in. Especially for us in NYC, not a BBQ town. Do you ever do any BBQ stuff in the a.m., or maybe make up some a.m. stuff with leftovers, maybe hash, or BBQ and eggs or whatever?
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    Theedge
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    RE: BBQ for breakfast? 2008/03/26 18:57:19 (permalink)
    I have been throwing around the idea of making a pulled pork omelette. Maybe I'll have to give it a whirl and post a photo.
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    RE: BBQ for breakfast? 2008/03/27 07:54:31 (permalink)
    Why not I ask. I recently saw a news show from a diner that was serving roast pork hash, #1 seller that morning at the diner.
    Thinking that in the USN we use to serve a tomato based spicey SOS {ground beef} BBQ pork may be a great ingreidiant.
    Creamed BBQ on a biscuit. How could anyone who doesn't give a damn about their diet or cadioligist pass on that. Chow Jim
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    RE: BBQ for breakfast? 2008/03/27 08:15:01 (permalink)
    Interesting that you ask!

    When I lived in Birmingham, I'd eat breakfast every morning at Rigas BBQ in Homewood and would often order eggs & ribs or bbq pork.

    Sadly, this great restaurant is no longer exists, but I'm sure there are other places that probably serve "Q" for breakast.

    A big thank you to Jimmy Rigas, where ever you are!
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    RE: BBQ for breakfast? 2008/03/27 08:19:23 (permalink)
    D'OHHH!

    I think that should have been "wherever".
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    RE: BBQ for breakfast? 2008/03/27 11:55:46 (permalink)
    I have eaten leftover cold pulled pork sandwich for breakfast, I admit it. It's not so far off a bacon or ham taste that it's as weird as you might think. I don't think I could do big gooey ribs in the morning, but then I'm not much of a rib fan the rest of the day either.
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    RE: BBQ for breakfast? 2008/03/27 12:01:49 (permalink)
    Pulled pork omelet sounds interesting...if my dad could eat a meatball omelet...how different can a pulled pork omelet be. I vote yest!
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    RE: BBQ for breakfast? 2008/03/27 13:38:57 (permalink)
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    Originally posted by Nancypalooza

    I have eaten leftover cold pulled pork sandwich for breakfast, I admit it. It's not so far off a bacon or ham taste that it's as weird as you might think. I don't think I could do big gooey ribs in the morning, but then I'm not much of a rib fan the rest of the day either.


    Yup, that's what I thought - BBQ is close to bacon/ham and other breakfast meats.
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    RE: BBQ for breakfast? 2008/03/27 17:59:32 (permalink)
    I recall the Mayor and Bushie finding a BBQ place open at 7:00AM in Nashville and picking up some ribs and pork before meeting Poverty Pete and myself at a WH before traveling to Lexington BBQ in Lexington, TN.

    As I recall, they still had breakfast at the WH after consuming ribs and chopped pork. This is not a urban myth. This is the truth or at least close to it

    Now that is a breakfast adventure

    Paul E. Smith
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    SeamusD
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    RE: BBQ for breakfast? 2008/04/01 16:06:33 (permalink)
    I've made home fries/hash browns/whatever you call them where you're from with leftover smoked brisket, just chopped it up fine and fried it up with the potatoes and onion in a little olive oil.

    Although I admit I've wolfed down a cold rib or two on the way out of the house if I was in a hurry and I had some leftovers in the fridge.
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    PapaJoe8
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    RE: BBQ for breakfast? 2008/04/01 17:26:22 (permalink)
    There is a BBQ place east of dallas, Soulman's Barbacue, that has a breakfast buffet.
    Joe
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