Breakfast for dinner....

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  1. Trlsmn

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    ...I has it.

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  2. MrNiceGuy

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  3. MA Duce

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    I can feel my arteries clogging up already!!!!!!
     
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  4. iusmc2002

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    I'll need an address, don't bother with directions, I can Yahoo map it lol I's HUNGRY!
     
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  5. Cougfan2

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    Just an aside, the wife and I checked out Sylvan Steak House (where Big Red's used to be) off of the Hwy 26 Sylvan exit this weekend and were less than impressed. Mediocre to bad. I tried their biscuits and gravy and it was nuked link sausages cut up and served with what I think was canned gravy over biscuits. My wife had their Eggs Benedict and said it was OK, but nothing we would make a special trip for again.
     
  6. Trlsmn

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    Sorry to hear that. That kind of nuked, frozen and can opener cooking just doesn't cut it these days.
     
  7. riverrat373

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    Works for me! :p
     
  8. drew

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    Looks good. I'd suggest adding more pork just to make sure no one accuses this of being some sort of diet breakfast. :bluelaugh:
     
  9. Redcap

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    OM NOM NOM!
     
  10. sadiesassy

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    Looks like an average breakfast in the South.
    Yes we ate breakfast all the time for dinner
     
  11. old_heli_logger

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    mmmmmm, SOS (egg gravy on toast)...

    ...or sausage gravy on biscuits with a couple of over-easy eggs on top
     
  12. samuelm16

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    whats makes it even more delicous looking is that you ate it out of a ashtray! haha
     
  13. Aero Denezol

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    I do that all the time. Love breakfast for dinner. Love breakfast period..
     
  14. Stomper

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    What... only ONE bacon strip?!
     
  15. Swedish K

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    Did you forget about the negative bacon coefficient? It states "if you are cooking bacon you must consume at least 5 strips of bacon for each one you serve" This rule is only to be broken if you are in dire need of or have just had a triple bypass surgery.

    Please carry on...
     
  16. glockguy

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    So what all does thos dish consist of?? looks mighty yummy...
     
  17. Trlsmn

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    Home fried potatoes, onions, red peppers with a fried egg on top, country gravy and a slice of bacon.
     

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