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breakfast food is my favorite kind of food. so i was curious as to what everyones favorites were, and what is eaten world wide. i wanted to add other things like cereal, biscuits and gravy, hashbrowns, beverages, ect. but its all ready a long poll. so whats your ideal breakfast?

 

i always have a hard time choosing because i like all of it. i like OJ, and coffee, crispy bacon, link sausage, fried eggs (over medium), oatmeal (grits are never ok, even though i live in the south), cereal (both the healthy and the sugary), buscuits and gravy, hashbrowns with onions, i guess i could go on forever. if i had to choose a fave breakfast food i guess it would be waffles. yum

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Mmmm. Biscuits and gravy (for the Europeans that's the shit we make out of bacon grease that looks like it tastes like semen). aughaughaguhguhaguh.

 

I'm a total bacon Nazi, either it's slightly chewy or you can get the fuck out. Crunchy bacon is for the boids.

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Juice: (joos) noun 1. The liquid part of vegetables or fruits. 2. The fluid part of an animal body; the bodily "humors"; the name of digestive secretions.

 

Hurrrm. I'll just have coffee please.

 

 

Oh, and WTF's a Huddle House? Sounds like somewhere football players go to touch each other.

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Pancakes and Waffles are dessert items in most countries in the world, only in North America (US, Canada, some Caribbean nations) do we eat them as breakfast. My Enzedder friend laughed at the idea of eating pancakes for breakfast, though with US popular culture everywhere, it's probably caught on some.

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huddle house is like a dennys or ihop. open 24/7 and serves the breakfast all day. i didnt think about it, but they may just be a texas thing if no one else has heard of them. they are a chain around here. but then again, even amber didnt know what it was when she saw one the other day when she came down to visit. hmmm. they arnt as good as ihop though. i should have put waffle house in there, too. yall got waffle houses?

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  • 3 years later...

So last night I tore up some chunks of stale challah bread and put it in the bottom of a casserole dish. Then I caramelized some onions and sautéed some ham in olive oil for like 15 mins.

Meanwhile, I mixed up 6 eggs, milk, mustard powder, thyme and pepper.

 

So I layer the ham over the bread. Put the onions on top of the ham. Cover it with generous handfuls of shredded cheese, then I poured the egg mixture over the whole thing. Covered it in saran wrap and put it in the fridge over night, let the bread soak up everything.

 

Got up this morning, threw it in the over for half an hour at 350. That shit was excellent. It was kind of like a breakfast quiche. Will make again.

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Actually, let me give the serious answer to that. This country was largely founded by poor farmers who usually sold most of their actual food and lived off lard, flower, and grain sorghum (commonly known as molasses. Pancakes were cheap, simple, filling, easy to make, and filled with carbohydrates so you'd have the energy to get through a long day. They picked up indulgences over time as people became less poor and other cultures brought their own touches (like switching out molasses for maple syrup) so we eat pancakes because our poverty stricken ancestors did. Same reason your countrymen eat pig taints and boiled cabbage

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