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The ultimate breakfast?

Discussion in 'Food Forum' started by The Pontificator, Feb 8, 2004.

  1. The Pontificator

    The Pontificator Angry Samoan

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    What's your idea of the ultimate breakfast?

    I can usually find mine at Shoney's Breakfast Bar although it's a tad expensive. :)

    I like omelettes, bagels and cream cheese with lox, waffles, sausages.

    There was also a Mexican place in Asheville, NC which opened at some rediculous hour...5 am or something...and they had Huevos Rancheros. You'd get chips and eye-opening salsa...at 5 am...and the eggs would come with warm tortillas, refried beans and rice. Excellent breakfast after partying all night!
     
  2. lwt210

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    Ultimate breakfast for me?

    Big, tender New York strip steak with about six over medium eggs, home fries, side order of thick cut bacon, southern grits with a dab of butter on top, home made buttermilk biscuits AND toast, about a gallon of ice cold orange juice and fresh ground coffee.

    Probably would clog arteries just looking at it. I had this for breakfast once many moons ago.
     

  3. Guest

    B & G, scrambled eggs (w/gravy all over the eggs, too), bacon. Coffee & and about a quart of OJ to wash everything down. I have simple tastes ;f

    Steve

    (wonder why my cholesterol was up to 334 last year??? ;g )
     
  4. GlocknSpiehl

    GlocknSpiehl NRA Life Member Silver Member

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    Love most any of the breakfasts offered at Cracker Barrel!

    Otherwise it has to be a high quality buffet with the fancy schmancy stuff.

    But my all-time fav is definitely my Wife's Eggs Benedict and Eggs Chesapeake. Nothing compares to her homemade, fresh hollendaise sauce. ;W ;W ~2
     
  5. cmzneb

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    German Pancakes (baked in the oven) with Real Maple syrup!!!!

    Don't need to eat anything the rest of the day :)
     
  6. The Pontificator

    The Pontificator Angry Samoan

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    What? You mean you didn't explode? ;)
     
  7. GlockBlocker

    GlockBlocker Texas Aggie

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    I like breakfast at any Embassy Suites hotel. They'll make anything you want. ^5

    Got the recipes??? ;f
     
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    Biscuits and Gravy and bacon & eggs;f
     
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    Not at the time. But about six hours later........

    trust me. Even the flies ran out of that bathroom stall screaming for help.;e
     
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    I kind of looked like your M. Python Avatar image when I did combust.;f
     
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    My ultimate breakfast would be 3-4 scramble (hard) eggs with chop chorizo and cilantro, followed with some good southerne hash browns and a few jimmy dean or vension patties.

    washed down with a glass of pink grapefruit and a expresso coffee.
     
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    Thanks, you just made this thread totally unappetizing for all who read it. ;0
     
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    A nice ribeye steak with hash browns, and 2 eggs scrambled hard with diced up tomatoes, three slices of buttered toast, and a stack of pancakes, but the pancakes must be on the thin side, kinda like crepe's. And then wash it down with a a large 2 liter glass of Dr. Pepper.
     
  14. The Pontificator

    The Pontificator Angry Samoan

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    Another GT'er once posted about his breakfast fav: a garlic chorizo and habanero omelet. You two should meet up! LOL! ;f
     
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    a lobster and cheese omelet made with fresh florida spinys caught that morning...
     
  16. ebigfish

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    there use to be a restaurant chain called, "Sambo's" best $2.oo breakfast Anywhere. they gave you 2 of everything: bacon, sausage, eggs, pancakes, toast, and a pile of Hbrowns... I liked to order 2 of em at a time. they're not around anymore, thanks to the PC crowd.... ;g
     
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    This isn't my ULTIMATE breakfast, but something I like to make for myself is a fried egg sandwich.

    2 hard fried eggs, salt & peppered
    2 pieces of wheat toast
    2 slices of American cheese
    lots of your favorite picante sauce

    Mmmmmmmmm!
     
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    Omelette (Cheeze, Onions, Tomatos, Sweet Peppers) -- Salsa
    Fried potatoes, Sausage Gravy, Biscuits
    Dr. Pepper

    ;a ;a ;a

    Fried Bologna distance 2nd :)
     
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    M/R ribeye, eggs over easy, hashbrowns smothered in salsa, tomato juice, strong coffee.

    Or: cold pizza
     
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    Good one! I didn't realize other people liked fried bologna (just bologna cooked on a skillet). I've never had it for breakfast though. But bologna sandwiches (mayonnaise) are excellent. Add some cheese and onions...mmmmmmm...