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RE: Favorite Breakfast to eat while driving 2004/10/12 16:54:17 (permalink)
This isn't breakfast, but I once tried to eat a complete fried chicken dinner while driving (back in college). It was a disaster. The steering wheel got all greasy, and at times, my friend had to steer for me because I was too busy trying to keep everything balanced. Oh, the dumb things we do as college students!
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RE: Favorite Breakfast to eat while driving 2004/10/12 17:26:42 (permalink)
A draft Pepsi is my breakfast for the first 20 minutes of my commute, I also like the sausage mcmuffin with egg but the McDonalds I pass on the way in is always packed so I opt for Grandy's sausage egg and cheese bisquit. I have been know to call Waffle House and pick up steak or country ham, 2 eggs over easy, double hashbrowns, toast and butter. Most of it makes to work with me but I do pick at my hashbrowns as I drive.
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RE: Favorite Breakfast to eat while driving 2004/10/12 18:00:19 (permalink)
Since retiring Jun 1, I no longer pick up Hardee's bacon/egg/cheese biscuit but have time to do breakfast at home. If I want to pamper myself, I go to a local Greek greasey spoon and a have regular breakfast (bacon/eggs/hashbrowns w/onions and rye toast).

While working I mostly opted for Hardee's since it was closest but if I was ahead of schedule, I would drive 10 miles out of my way to get a Bojangles' country ham biscuit! Love that salty ham stuff! Barney
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RE: Favorite Breakfast to eat while driving 2004/10/13 16:36:27 (permalink)
Whatever I can pick up from the hotel concierge lounge! Usually amounts to a bagel (when in NY!) and some fruit -- banana, applie, sliced up melon, or sometimes a cheese danish. Depends on what spread the hotel throws out. I only get so much per diem, and I usually use it for lunch and dinner. I also can usually make two cups of hot tea, and carry everything down to the car without spilling anything, if I balance right -- and the elevator doesn't make too many stops!

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RE: Favorite Breakfast to eat while driving 2004/10/17 18:07:30 (permalink)
I never eat while I'm driving, but I do eat in the car occasionally. I try to find a nice spot to sit and enjoy the weather or the view for a few minutes while I eat. I realize that isn't possible for everyone, but it's the way I like to do it. If for some reason I'm not able to park and eat I just wait and eat some other time.

One thing I usually DO have while I'm driving is a Coke. I am practically a Coke-a-holic, and if I go somewhere I almost always have to have a fountain Coke going.

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RE: Favorite Breakfast to eat while driving 2004/10/18 16:14:10 (permalink)
Cold Pizza!!

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RE: Favorite Breakfast to eat while driving 2004/10/18 19:05:35 (permalink)
The Sundancer prefers hot chicken with a diet coke. It can be a mess unless you prepare with napkins.

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RE: Favorite Breakfast to eat while driving 2004/10/18 20:05:09 (permalink)
7-11 the 'Bomb' burrito with a 32 oz mt. dew (yes!)
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RE: Favorite Breakfast to eat while driving 2004/10/18 21:41:57 (permalink)
For about three months I commuted weekends from Princeton N J up to Central NY. (1970's)(til we got the family moved down to New Jersey). The ride up Friday evenings would be one 9 piece KFC box long. I could count on being done with the box as I exited Rt 81 north of Syracuse. And Yes the car was always a mess, but I carried several towels to help me keep things wiped down. The ride back was late Sunday nite so nothing but cokes or pepsi on the list for me then.
These days DQ's Biscuits and gravy are good if I am headed down the Interstate...Bisquits with ham or sausage if we are on a two laner. Pepsi or Mt Dew are the breakfast beverage of choice for me.
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RE: Favorite Breakfast to eat while driving 2004/10/18 21:52:25 (permalink)
Without a doubt, I prefer Hardees sausage and biscuit. They know how to make a biscuit. When you get their biscuit, it is like getting a Krispy Kreme hot. They are really good. I am not sure that they know how to do anything else great but their breakfast is great.

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RE: Favorite Breakfast to eat while driving 2004/10/18 22:01:00 (permalink)
Another thing that the Sundancer likes is Sonic's breakfast. I also like their coffee.

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RE: Favorite Breakfast to eat while driving 2004/10/23 15:40:31 (permalink)
Depends a lot on which car I am driving. If it's the Chrysler, I can handle most anything and stay relatively clean. Now the Jeep Wrangler is another thing. I have "bounced" more coffee all over me than what was in the cup to start with. I agree with Grampy (I think he was the one) to pull over somewhere and enjoy the meal.

McD's Sausage sandwich is my favorite with a nice hot cup of their coffee.

Don
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