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Old 04-17-2012, 08:51 PM
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Wow this thread really took off. I guess you just gotta involve food in the thread and we are all over it! And yes I love breakfast for dinner anytime anywhere
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Did you know that you can also have Pizza & Beer for lunch?
A very versatile breakfast staple!

P.S. While I prefer cold Beer with my breakfast, many are known to drink it warm - :yuck:
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Tamales covered with scrambled eggs and salsa verde. I have a little tear in my eye now.
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Yep I am there with you on breakfast anytime but not enough to churn my own butter, my hats off to ya.
My daughter usually does it but she was cleaning other things. She likes to do it. I'm glad, because to buy both the buttermilk and the butter is twice what it takes to get the cream and have both. Today was farm day. No breakfast for dinner. Prime rib.

Someone mentioned grits. Traditionally from corn or another maize type grain. Most of the grits we know are from hominy.

I like hearing what everyone likes for breakfast.
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Tonight I churned butter, so there was buttermilk for pancakes.
I'm in a carb coma, but worth it.

Is there anyone else who likes breakfast for dinner?
When I was but a callow lad, my great-aunt Bertha somehow tricked me into churning butter. Good Lord, that was a full days work for a ten-year-old boy. However she tricked me must have been tasty because I churned for her again and again. This was a full-size churn too, stoneware about two feet high by about ten inches in diameter or more. The dasher was a wooden cross with a stick that went through a hole in the churn lid. Up and down, up and down for what seemed like the whole day!

Her son Roddy also used me to power the cream separator. Now, that machine was the invention of the devil. It had a crank that had to be turned at a certain speed. There was bell that rang every rotation if the speed was right. Too slowly - no bell; too fast - two bells. Either error would be rewarded by a finger flick to the back of the head. Rodrick was a farmer all his life and had some HARD hands. On the other hand, turning to and working morning and evening milkings was about all a small boy really had to to and the payoff was FOUR delicious meals per day. Breakfast, dinner, tea and supper as only a farm girl knows how to cook.

Electricity came to the farm in 1966 and the first thing to be electrified was the milking parlor; a new vacuum-powered Surge milker and a motor for the separator. Aunt Bertha got a refrigerator that could be run all the time and there was increased joy! Of course, by that time I had graduated to the hayfields with the mower, rake and baler. You wouldn't imagine that summertime got that hot in Maritime Canada.

Breakfast for dinner is one of our favorites around here too. Pancakes, waffles, real maple syrup, eggs, bacon and good hot coffee. It's even good in the morning!

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Grits is boiled sand, basically an inedible white substance best left in the pot on the stove. For awful grits, stop at Waffle House.
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My favorite breakfast is cold pizza, my favorite dinner (after REAL Barbecue) is fried eggs with ground-up Italian sausage mixed in, with plenty of cheese and a few jalapenos. It'll grow hair in places that aren't supposed to have any!
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Venison steak, eggs over easy, fried potatoes, fresh biscuits... finished with bearnaise sauce.. washed down with a Shiner.... Nope never done that....
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Fried potatoes with a couple of eggs on top and a little jack daniels on the side.Perfect!
Jack Daniels....it's not just for breakfast anymore.

Breakfast for dinner is the guilty pleasure when my wife leaves town on a biz trip.
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some shreded romaine capped with guacomole and couple-3 tomato wedges turns any sort of meat & eggs breakfast into a supper meal.
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Anytime. Love to visit Cracker Barrel or Bob Evans of an evening.
Oops, or IHOP.


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Where did the one legged waitress work?

IHOP!
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Not many fans of Spam here! I like to dice up some smoke flavored Spam and get it frying....add some chopped green onions while it's frying...when the Spam is golden brown I crack a couple of eggs into it and scramble it all up (once in a while I'll add some jalapenos). My wife will not touch Spam....she says she was forced to eat way too much of it when she was growing up.
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biscuits with sausage gravy
bacon, bacon, and bacon sandwiches
waffles with pecans
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Back in the day I enjoyed a Grand Slam breakfast after the bars closed.
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"Is there anyone else who likes breakfast for dinner?" Yep! And... I've been known to stop by the Waffle-House in the morning before a vintage military rifle match... and have a plate of hash browns or a hamburger plate! So I guess that's a case of supper for breakfast?
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Love it here and chorizo with eggs is always a favorite.
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Ahhh...sweet memories of the historic, monumental Biscuits-And-Gravy thread of yore...I was so proud to be a member during that. (Still am, of course.)

With regards to biscuits and gravy from a restaurant, I can no longer look upon them as food because my wife...yes, I'll just say it...makes THEEE BESTEST biscuits and gravy on this flat earth. (don't get mad at me, don't blame me, it ain't my fault...it's why I married 'er.)

Last week, she woke me up to homemade buckwheat blueberry pancakes with warm honey instead of syrup.

I'll admit it...I cried.:-)

I do so pity and feel heartfelt compassion toward those of y'all who've not had the fortune to experience such ambrosia. If it were universally available: wars would stop, men would no longer cheat on their wives, and my feet would smell better. They're THAT amazing.
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im happy when i get dinner, what ever it might be!
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At least once a week I like breakfast for dinner and on the weekends there's nothing like grilling a burger at 6am.
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I have Mothers old crank churn in the corner by the window. I like to look at it but don't miss turning it.

My ideal breakfast is eggs and sausage patty with hash browns, sourdough toast and orange marmalade.
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