What is your favorite breakfast item?

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Re:What is your favorite breakfast item? 2011/05/01 20:05:38 (permalink)
The Bride & I had a late breakfast at WH this early PM right during shift change. The outbound shift was cleaning up. They Swept, Scraped and Scrubbed the floor, re-stocked all the supplies, wiped down everything. It was ship shape when they left so to those detractors that complain about WH housekeeping---Buzz Off!
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Re:What is your favorite breakfast item? 2011/05/01 20:30:02 (permalink)

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Re:What is your favorite breakfast item? 2011/05/02 08:45:40 (permalink)
Apparently breakfast can be very regional. Whats popular here in some areas here in the North East is unherd of elsewhere.
My favorite is creamed cod on toast or biscuts with baked beans and toasted brown bread. I also like liver and onions with scrambled eggs.
Two or three poached and droped on homemade baked beans, with rye toast.
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Re:What is your favorite breakfast item? 2011/05/02 10:08:35 (permalink)
Take that stuffed French toast up a notch:
dip the stuffed toast in your egg mixture (I add a little sugar and some cinnamon) then dredge it in crushed cereal flakes, patting the flakes on both sides very well, fry in butter.
 
Three important items:
~really good coffee, from fresh ground beans, locally roasted if possible
~good selection of quality tea bags for the tea drinkers
~ the best bread you can find or make for toast.
 
Best of luck to you!
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Re:What is your favorite breakfast item? 2011/05/02 11:30:00 (permalink)
The other day I had sardines, kipper snacks and sliced raw onion for breakfast. I was out of Fanco American spaghetti.
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Re:What is your favorite breakfast item? 2011/05/02 15:31:43 (permalink)

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Re:What is your favorite breakfast item? 2011/05/02 15:35:20 (permalink)
Thanks. You're right, I did enjoy it.
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Re:What is your favorite breakfast item? 2011/05/02 15:59:11 (permalink)
Oh,I'm fine with the sardines...it's the Franco American that
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Re:What is your favorite breakfast item? 2011/05/02 16:05:06 (permalink)
Hey, hey! You're talking about the canned food that I love.
 
It goes back to when I was little and had to have something to eat when I knew my mother was cooking. It was sort of my, oh, comfort food. Unlike my mother's cooking, Franco American was edible.
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Re:What is your favorite breakfast item? 2011/05/02 17:08:47 (permalink)
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Hey, hey! You're talking about the canned food that I love.

It goes back to when I was little and had to have something to eat when I knew my mother was cooking. It was sort of my, oh, comfort food. Unlike my mother's cooking, Franco American was edible.

Franco American, awful stuff, for authentic Italian, Chef Boyardee, everyone knows this is a fact!

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Re:What is your favorite breakfast item? 2011/05/02 17:14:52 (permalink)
Hey, when he changed his name from Boiardi because it didn't look as good on the cans as Boyardee he lost me. Of course, when Campbell's changed the name of Franco American to Campbell's Spaghetti because Americans were angry with France it upset the heck out of me. That's why I continue to call it by its real name.
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Re:What is your favorite breakfast item? 2011/05/03 01:29:37 (permalink)
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Hey, when he changed his name from Boiardi because it didn't look as good on the cans as Boyardee he lost me. Of course, when Campbell's changed the name of Franco American to Campbell's Spaghetti because Americans were angry with France it upset the heck out of me. That's why I continue to call it by its real name.

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Re:What is your favorite breakfast item? 2011/05/03 12:48:57 (permalink)
if u want to be successful serve real butter and real maple syrup. I hate ordering pancakes and they give you margerine and those little packets of pancake syrup.
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Re:What is your favorite breakfast item? 2011/05/07 11:27:28 (permalink)
walker brothers apple pancake in wilmette illinois
 
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Re:What is your favorite breakfast item? 2011/06/09 16:51:35 (permalink)
I love breakfast burritosss!
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Re:What is your favorite breakfast item? 2011/06/09 16:52:07 (permalink)
SARDINES!?
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Re:What is your favorite breakfast item? 2011/06/21 17:34:40 (permalink)
not a breakfast if there no Jersey twist involved .................. jersey diners were built on breakfast ................ Taylor ham , big link breakfast sausage , sausage gravy and biscuits .......................... oatmeal !!!!! 
 
http://www.jerseyporkroll.com/ 
 
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Re:What is your favorite breakfast item? 2011/06/21 23:10:27 (permalink)
If I had to pick one it would be a nice, fat omelet with fresh peppers, onions, tomatoes, ham, mushrooms, and cheese.  And, of course a nice hot sauce on the side.
Also, a nice slice of cold watermelon on the side. 
 
My husband would go with biscuits and country style gravy loaded with sausage.
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Re:What is your favorite breakfast item? 2011/06/21 23:26:13 (permalink)
Cheese grits.  Not the instant quick type, but Charleston style where they are creamy and heaven like cause they cook for such a long time.  Put in bowl with crumbled up applewood sliced bacon and serve with a big biscuit with homemade preserves and a strong cup of coffee. 
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Re:What is your favorite breakfast item? 2011/06/21 23:43:06 (permalink)
I just can't eat sweet stuff for breakfast  - the favorite breakfast is bacon, poached eggs, crispy hashbrowns and buttered toast - and okay - I live in the south so biscuits and sausage gravy are good alone sometimes.
 
Every once in a while for dinner I like to make a cheese omelette with a salad and some crusty bread and a glass of white wine.
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Re:What is your favorite breakfast item? 2011/06/22 03:50:44 (permalink)
Well, baileysoriginal, based on your last statement, I would come to your diner anytime!!
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Re:What is your favorite breakfast item? 2011/06/22 15:02:16 (permalink)
Excellent homemade biscuits.
Cornmeal (blue, yellow or white) batter cakes -- very thin, very crispy -- served with real maple syrup and butter.
And don't rule out a good, unusual hot cereal.  Hell's Kitchen here in Minneapolis became famous for their Mahnomin Porridge.
 
 
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Re:What is your favorite breakfast item? 2011/06/22 23:24:53 (permalink)
ann peeples

Well, baileysoriginal, based on your last statement, I would come to your diner anytime!!


And you would be most welcomed!
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Re:What is your favorite breakfast item? 2011/06/23 00:20:51 (permalink)
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Cheese grits.  Not the instant quick type, but Charleston style where they are creamy and heaven like cause they cook for such a long time.  Put in bowl with crumbled up applewood sliced bacon and serve with a big biscuit with homemade preserves and a strong cup of coffee. 

Instant Grits Ain't Real Grits!
I "Import" my grits - "Speckled Heart Stone Ground Grits, from Calloway Gardens right there in GA! I'd like to find out who provides the grits to Calloway Gardens so I don't have to pay the middleman. Anyone know who supplys them??
http://store.callawaygardens.com/callaway/product.asp?s_id=0&prod_name=Triple+Crown&pf_id=712937&dept_id=1400
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Re:What is your favorite breakfast item? 2011/06/23 01:39:18 (permalink)
RustyM if you want to be known for something Omelettes are a good idea.  You could have all kinds of different types and still cater to the breakfast sweet toothes on the side. or those who just love their bacon and eggs and grits or their  biscuits and gravy.  I would love it if we had a great omelette place in town. 
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Re:What is your favorite breakfast item? 2011/06/23 06:00:05 (permalink)
I was touring Southeast Asia, and was staying at a guesthouse in Angkor Wat Cambodia ran by an English guy.
 
Woke up one morning and noticed some English people eatin baked beans for breakfast. I went WTF? I went and asked the owner/cook if all English people ate it for breakfast and he said that many do. So I broached the subject of farting and that I only eat it for dinner and if afterwards I was going to be home alone. I couldn't imagine working in an office or close quarters with a bunch of "gassy" people. Yuck.
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Re:What is your favorite breakfast item? 2011/06/23 14:24:23 (permalink)
Add another vote for corned beef hash... followed by roast beef hash. I also can't turn down a good serving of biscuits and sausage gravy.
A breakfast of a couple pancakes, some good hash, bacon, biscuits and gravy, with some OJ and a side of rye toast, and I'm ready to take on the world.
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Re:What is your favorite breakfast item? 2011/06/23 15:18:39 (permalink)
Wow- a memory of Moms roast beef hash, after having had a pot roast the night before...
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Re:What is your favorite breakfast item? 2011/06/23 16:26:29 (permalink)
Can't go wrong w/gravy and biscuits; either served w/bacon, ham, or sausage.
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Re:What is your favorite breakfast item? 2011/06/23 22:07:44 (permalink)
I buy my grits at Nora Mill Granary in Helen GA.  They have a website.  They make some nice course grits, however you have to cook them longer to soften em up.  A ten pound bag is available.  They are a mill that sits on the Chattahoochie.  I have not tried the ones at Calloway Garden, Foodbeme.
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