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June 30th, 2002

Breakfast Foods

Breakfast is, still, the most important meal of the day. A while ago, Ryan wrote about breakfast to go, but when you’ve got the time – as on weekends – what do you like to have for breakfast?

If I’m going for a traditional food, I do like having either a homemade breakfast sandwich (eggs, cheese, meatless bacon or sausage on a bagel) or a fine, fine stack of pancakes. Chocolate chip pancakes, yes sir.

There’s something almost nostalgic about having a full breakfast, though… given that so many people are on the go during the week, finding time for a full sit-down breakfast seems harder. Until you have kids, that is; then you find that breakfast cereal bars probably aren’t the best foods for everyone.

Posted in Food and Beverage

FROM: Robert [E-Mail]
DATE: Sunday June 30, 2002 -- 11:14:47 am
One morning I will wake up early and gorge myself at the Shoney's breakfast bar. This is my dream.



FROM: Chris [E-Mail]
DATE: Sunday June 30, 2002 -- 4:47:39 pm
Sunday is doughnut day in our family.



FROM: King Random
DATE: Sunday June 30, 2002 -- 9:34:50 pm
I usually have a bowl of cereal for breakfast. Not much I know, but I am not a morning person and preparing something to eat is too much work. If I wake up late and eat brunch instead, I might put the effort into some faken bakon and eggs, and maybe a bagel with cream cheese. I actually have pancakes for dinner more then for breakfast.



FROM: Big Fat Lizard
DATE: Monday July 1, 2002 -- 1:39:32 am
It's not very often I have breakfast, when I do, I like to put a little bit of oil - fry pork cracklins (yeah the snack) - then add eggs just almost when the eggs are done I mix it together - I add just a splash of water over the pork cracklins (to cause them to have a softness) - not too much water or they won't have any crunch at all! - no seasoning required! - it's in the cracklins...
this is very good recipe - it's actually hispanic food...maybe some Orange Juice too...but mostly I don't eat until after 2 pm - because once I start eating..........there's no stopping me for the rest of the day!



FROM: Joseph
DATE: Monday July 1, 2002 -- 12:22:20 pm
My weekend breakfast: A fresh toasted sesame seed bagel with cream cheese topped with apricot preserves. Man, is that good! It's also quick so you can get outside and do weekend stuff!



FROM: Mike B.
DATE: Thursday July 4, 2002 -- 12:10:22 pm
Is it just me, or is there something really sick about steak for breakfast?



Winer June 28, 2012, 12:02 am

Well, sometimes on weekends I pick all the leftovers of the day before (rice, meat, lentils in most of the cases, but I pick anything) and heat all in a pan, and while is hot I add some eggs, sausages, mozzarella, onion, pepper and scramble all together until everything is done. In our family we call that “Terremoto con Derrumbe” or said in english and “Earthquake and Collapse” 🙂

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