Easter Breakfast

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2011/04/24 09:36:51 (permalink)

Easter Breakfast

Easter breakfast today was creamed eggs over biscuits, sausage and bacon.
 

 
 
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    ann peeples
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    Re:Easter Breakfast 2011/04/24 10:09:27 (permalink)
    Oh my-would love your creamed egg recipe! Looks scrumptious!!
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    leethebard
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    Re:Easter Breakfast 2011/04/24 10:19:10 (permalink)
    Yes,PLEASE!!
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    Re:Easter Breakfast 2011/04/24 10:23:20 (permalink)
    Very nice, great job, looks inviting.............
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    agnesrob
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    Re:Easter Breakfast 2011/04/24 10:28:04 (permalink)
    It's such a simple recipe. It's something my husband grew up eating. All you do is make a simple white sauce with butter, flour & milk(add a little cream if you want to add extra richness). I peel the hard boiled eggs and put the yolks in a small dish. Mash them with a fork and add to the cream sauce. Then add the coarsly chopped whites. If you feel you need more eggs in it just peel a couple of more, chop and add. My husband loves this over toast but I love almost anything over a biscuit!
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    ann peeples
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    Re:Easter Breakfast 2011/04/24 10:35:23 (permalink)
    Excellent!! And yes-everything is good over a biscuit! Thanks.
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    Re:Easter Breakfast 2011/04/24 12:03:06 (permalink)
    I just had a simple Kashi cereal this morning, I have way too much good food to eat later today!
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    Re:Easter Breakfast 2011/04/24 13:00:22 (permalink)
    Never heard of creamed eggs, that looks and sounds seriously good. Soon to be consumed by me.
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    Re:Easter Breakfast 2011/04/24 13:22:00 (permalink)
    I've had something similar called egg gravy only it was made with scrambled eggs.
     
    Nothing is bad with a good cream sauce!
     
    Happy Easter, Everyone.
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    Re:Easter Breakfast 2011/04/24 14:01:51 (permalink)
    Thanks for a great idea. That looks awesome.
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    Re:Easter Breakfast 2011/04/25 21:28:32 (permalink)
    I've never had creamed eggs for breakfast, but that looks delicious.  Creamed eggs on toast was my mom's go-to dish when we were sick growing up.
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    Re:Easter Breakfast 2011/04/25 22:58:32 (permalink)
    Awesome looking breakfast! Thanks for the pictures and driving me crazy for that breakfast. Don't forget the strong coffee.
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    Michael Hoffman
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    Re:Easter Breakfast 2011/04/25 23:55:48 (permalink)
    Say Bistro Square, I didn't get a chance to say welcome earlier. Welcome to Roadfood, and thanks for your input, which I'm sure will be appreciated.
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    Re:Easter Breakfast 2011/04/26 02:23:45 (permalink)
    I have some packets of Pioneer Brand Sausage Gravy Mix. I'm gonna sub that for the White Sauce!
     http://www.chguenther.com/WhatsNew/CountrySausage.aspx
    It's available at WalMart & Kroger in the packaged gravies section. Good stuff if you doctor it up a little bit.
    post edited by Foodbme - 2011/04/26 02:27:29
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    Re:Easter Breakfast 2011/04/26 05:44:08 (permalink)
    Foodbme, That sounds delicious! I buy a sausage gravy mix, which I add sausage to and I love it. Adding the eggs would be a nice addition.
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    Re:Easter Breakfast 2011/04/26 10:42:01 (permalink)
    Fry up the ground sausage, put some flour in the rendered drippings until all drippings are absorbed, add some milk salt and pepper to taste. The flour will act as a nice thickener for the gravy............Anyone can open a package, this is Roadfood, we go for the best.................pnwc
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    Re:Easter Breakfast 2011/04/26 11:16:12 (permalink)
    PNWCHEF

    Fry up the ground sausage, put some flour in the rendered drippings until all drippings are absorbed, add some milk salt and pepper to taste. The flour will act as a nice thickener for the gravy............Anyone can open a package, this is Roadfood, we go for the best.................pnwc

    PNWCHEF, try this, instead of salt, add granulated chicken or beef, enhances the flavor a good bit!

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    Re:Easter Breakfast 2011/04/26 11:40:53 (permalink)
    PNWCHEF

    Fry up the ground sausage, put some flour in the rendered drippings until all drippings are absorbed, add some milk salt and pepper to taste. The flour will act as a nice thickener for the gravy............Anyone can open a package, this is Roadfood, we go for the best.................pnwc

    Sometimes convenience wins! Less mess, less c leanup. Normally I agree with you but this stuff is pretty good for a mix.
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    Re:Easter Breakfast 2011/04/27 07:40:28 (permalink)
    The one I use is also very good. I think the brand is Southland. I also make it from scratch when time permits.
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    Re:Easter Breakfast 2011/04/27 10:49:30 (permalink)
    that's a good idea for use of the hard boiled eggs. Thanks!
     
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    Re:Easter Breakfast 2011/04/27 17:57:39 (permalink)
    My Easter breakfast was 5 different types of kielbasa, ham, eggs, shredded horseradish, grated horseradish with beets, homemade butter, paska and vodka.
     
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    Re:Easter Breakfast 2011/04/27 19:24:10 (permalink)
    gostillerz

    My Easter breakfast was 5 different types of kielbasa, ham, eggs, shredded horseradish, grated horseradish with beets, homemade butter, paska and vodka.

    Guess my ethnicity!


    Canadian???:  http://www.paska.com/    
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    Re:Easter Breakfast 2011/04/27 20:03:21 (permalink)
    My Easter breakfast was ... when's Easter?
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    Re:Easter Breakfast 2011/04/27 20:08:18 (permalink)
    gostillerz

    My Easter breakfast was 5 different types of kielbasa, ham, eggs, shredded horseradish, grated horseradish with beets, homemade butter, paska and vodka.

    Guess my ethnicity!


    Slovak
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    Re:Easter Breakfast 2011/04/27 20:34:00 (permalink)
    PNWCHEF

    gostillerz

    My Easter breakfast was 5 different types of kielbasa, ham, eggs, shredded horseradish, grated horseradish with beets, homemade butter, paska and vodka.

    Guess my ethnicity!


    Slovak

    Irish, we don't give a damn what we eat in order to chase the Irish Flu!
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    Re:Easter Breakfast 2011/04/27 21:31:16 (permalink)
    Ukrainian
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