What is your favorite breakfast item?

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Re:What is your favorite breakfast item? 2011/06/24 09:50:29 (permalink)
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Wow- a memory of Moms roast beef hash, after having had a pot roast the night before...


We'd have Sunday dinner at my grandparents' house every week, and Pop would make roast beef hash out of the leftovers for dinner that night, to be able to quickly reheat the next morning for breakfast. I'd beg and plead to stay over! I was thinking about doing a beef roast on Saturday just to make hash with it Sunday morning.
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Re:What is your favorite breakfast item? 2011/06/26 13:00:11 (permalink)
I prefer the French "city" breakfast - a buffet with coffee, juices, breads (not pastries; those are for afternoon tea), butter, jams, honey, fruit, yogurt, granolas, cheeses, and cold meats & charcuterie.
 
Hot food, pastries, syrup, etc. make me want to go take a nap.  The breakfast described above gets the day started with energy.
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Re:What is your favorite breakfast item? 2011/06/26 18:18:02 (permalink)
I thought the French city breakfast was the Three C's: Coffee, Croissant and a Cigarette.
 
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Re:What is your favorite breakfast item? 2011/06/26 22:56:02 (permalink)
When I lived in Tennessee almost every little store with a deli area had fresh biscuit sandwiches each morning. I really got into the steak biscuit. A piece of country fried steak big enough to fit the biscuit. I would also ask for spoonfull of sausage gravy to be put on it  kind of like you would put mayo on something. That and a cold pint of milk. Sure did love it but I really packed on the pounds.
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Re:What is your favorite breakfast item? 2011/06/27 00:41:30 (permalink)
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When I lived in Tennessee almost every little store with a deli area had fresh biscuit sandwiches each morning. I really got into the steak biscuit. A piece of country fried steak big enough to fit the biscuit. I would also ask for spoonfull of sausage gravy to be put on it  kind of like you would put mayo on something. That and a cold pint of milk. Sure did love it but I really packed on the pounds.

Me too! I found Hardee's to make a good CF Steak Biscuit and their Sausage and Gravy biscuits were ok too for convenience. Haven't had one in years. None out here in the Southwest. 
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Re:What is your favorite breakfast item? 2011/06/27 03:02:21 (permalink)
if your going to hardees you should try a steak biscuit, but get it on a hamburger bun with lettuce cheese tomato and mayo...... my own personal concoction 
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Re:What is your favorite breakfast item? 2011/06/27 03:16:39 (permalink)
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if your going to hardees you should try a steak biscuit, but get it on a hamburger bun with lettuce cheese tomato and mayo...... my own personal concoction 

No Thank you.
I like the Steak Biscuit just the way it is.
Putting mayo on a CF Steak is a bigger Mortal Sin than putting Ketchup on a Hot Dog!
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Re:What is your favorite breakfast item? 2011/07/18 04:19:55 (permalink)
 I love corned beef, kiddie cereal in cold milk, eggs ben, waffles, and bacon. Not necessarily together. :)
 
Or if I'm looking for more local fare, I like champorado (which is dark chocolate porridge) which is usually eaten with some type of dried, salted fish.
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