: This is a picture of my breakfast.



Jesda
01-25-08, 06:15 PM
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Two eggs.
Toast.
Dirty rice with ground beef and bacon.
And... more bacon!

To make up for this, I went cycling and nearly had a heart attack.

DILLIGAF
01-25-08, 06:24 PM
Fine looking breakfast,how did it taste?

I like pepper on my eggs

Cadillacboy
01-25-08, 06:27 PM
Where is your biscuits and hot cakes ?
lol

gary88
01-25-08, 06:39 PM
Ever think about mixing in small pieces of bacon with the rice?

My_favorite_Brougham
01-25-08, 06:54 PM
Make sure you save the bacon grease for those Southern mashed potatoes with supper. :D

Jesda
01-25-08, 07:08 PM
Ever think about mixing in small pieces of bacon with the rice?

Thats exactly what I did. It was divine.

dwight.j.carter
01-25-08, 09:00 PM
Just you wait till our next meet at Granite City Brunch. I will eat so much bacon Chad will have to carry me out !
If he can that is :)

Submariner409
01-25-08, 09:59 PM
The Granary restaurant on the Sassafras River in Georgetown, MD: Bloody Mary, 2 eggs, hash browns, toast, sausage, 2 hotcakes, bacon, coffee : $ 8.95. URP!

ANY Volunteer Fire Department or VFW on MD Eastern Shore, Sat/Sun breakfast, more home cooked goodies than any human can eat, $6.

As above, ham and oyster dinners, $9.00. Summer fish fry, FF, hush puppies, coleslaw, rolls, you-name-it, same $.

MOOSE wild game feast: crab, oysters, duck, deer, muskrat, chicken, rabbit, terrapin, raccoon chili, pulled pork, pan fried perch, $12.

(and Sheriff Bunky or one of his Deputies will kick your ass if you throw anything on the roadside on the way out...)

I~LUV~Caddys8792
01-25-08, 11:28 PM
I need to go to Denny's and get a Meat Lovers Omelette. :)

Oh Jesda, what's dirty rice? Rice made naked?

Jesda
01-26-08, 04:35 AM
Dirty rice is a southern treat. :) Its basically rice, various spices, and ground beef.

MauiV
01-26-08, 11:27 AM
I need to go to Denny's and get a Meat Lovers made naked

I heard that about you.

Rolex
01-26-08, 11:52 AM
BTW, Eggs should NEVER have a liquid texture to them.

A fried egg should never be served any way other than over medium IMO. That runny yellow stuff is best sopped up with a homemade biscuit. :drool:

I~LUV~Caddys8792
01-26-08, 12:07 PM
Eggs. Scrambled or nothing.

Rolex
01-26-08, 12:09 PM
Actually all I eat anymore is the liquid egg substitute. All the protein without all the fat or cholestrol. A little S&P and you're good to go. :yup:

My_favorite_Brougham
01-26-08, 04:08 PM
C'mon, sunny-side-up is the ABSOLUTE best way to have eggs - liquid or semi-solid in the middle, it doesn't matter! (liquid's best, though.. lol) :D

My_favorite_Brougham
01-26-08, 04:43 PM
And you HAVE to go to the Waffle House and get the "All-Star" American breakfast.

http://i182.photobucket.com/albums/x141/Shutterbug668/waffle2.jpg

http://i182.photobucket.com/albums/x141/Shutterbug668/waffle3.jpg

They are so delicious!

-One HUGE "sweet cream" waffle, either buttermilk or homestyle
-Four strips of bacon (or sausage for "those" people)
-Two eggs, served sunny-side-up
-Two pieces of buttered toast, or raison-toast
-Hash browns (w/ cheese & onions optional)
-Grits
-O/J

All for $5.75, plus you get coffee for free! :coffee: Now that beats all the prices so far. :D


The next best thing on the menu is the "Grilled Bacon Texas Cheesesteak Double Patty Melt" - oh the bacon and cheese (and beef)!
http://i182.photobucket.com/albums/x141/Shutterbug668/steak2.jpg

http://i182.photobucket.com/albums/x141/Shutterbug668/steak3.jpg

http://i182.photobucket.com/albums/x141/Shutterbug668/steak4.jpg


Yummmmmmm! :yup:

elvin315
01-26-08, 05:02 PM
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Two eggs.
Toast.
Dirty rice with ground beef and bacon.
And... more bacon!

To make up for this, I went cycling and nearly had a heart attack.
We don't agree about Cateras but we do have similar taste in breakfasts. I don't have it often but when I do I have 2 -3 eggs, Puerto Rican arroz con gandules (http://www.ricanrecipes.com/recipes/detail.php?category_id=3&id=71), and 4 slices of fried salami. Toast optional. The mix of flavors is unbelievable. I've got to try that dirty rice. It sounds good.

Elvin

malcolm
01-26-08, 05:06 PM
Is that grits in that Waffle House breakfast? We don't see that in too many places in NJ.

Over easy or up, if scrambled must be loose.

My_favorite_Brougham
01-26-08, 05:25 PM
Is that grits in that Waffle House breakfast? We don't see that in too many places in NJ.

Over easy or up, if scrambled must be loose.

Well that Waffle house was in Houston, and I normally eat at the ones in Dallas. Yall yankees just don't know how to eat good.. lol

Oh, and I nearly forgot; the whole breakfast is worthless without a TON of Tabasco!

malcolm
01-26-08, 06:01 PM
I hear that brother, around here we get home frys or hash brown potatos. One problem with that Waffle House picture, the sugar free syrup and the margarine. If you're having the heart attack platter got to go all the way. I wish it was breakfast time now.

Submariner409
01-26-08, 06:31 PM
After 40 years of U.S. Rt.1, 301, and 95 up and down the East Coast from MD to FL I have a pretty good idea of just where every Waffle House in that corridor is. The best part is that they're open 24/7. (and the grits get better the farther South you go.)

My_favorite_brougham wins the Culinary Institute of America Award for the perfect road breakfast. Only way to fly.

Jesda
01-26-08, 06:35 PM
I just finished biking 13 miles about 20 minutes ago. I think its time to make up for it with something fried before I lose too much weight.

ted tcb
01-26-08, 07:06 PM
I just finished biking 13 miles about 20 minutes ago. I think its time to make up for it with something fried before I lose too much weight.

Is this what happens once one experiences the economies of a Navigator?
All under the guise of exercise, huh?:)

malcolm
01-26-08, 07:12 PM
Here in NJ it's the Diner capital of the world. It's the one thing I miss when I am out of this area, oh yes and Taylor ham. Having said that I do appreciate a good Denny's breakfast when I can get to one.

MauiV
01-26-08, 07:51 PM
The only good beakfast item nowadays at Dennys is the Moons over MyHammy. Good choice regardless of the time of day.

RightTurn
01-26-08, 08:13 PM
^^ :rofl:

I~LUV~Caddys8792
01-26-08, 08:46 PM
I like IHOP a lot...is that a lot like the Waffle House?

Jesda
01-26-08, 10:30 PM
Is this what happens once one experiences the economies of a Navigator?
All under the guise of exercise, huh?:)

LOL! Indeed


And tonight I went and got Indian food. :D

Submariner409
01-26-08, 10:58 PM
A bit of Rogan Josh, grilled lamb, condiments and Sharwood's on the side. Guess I gotta head for DC this week, darn you.............!

My_favorite_Brougham
01-27-08, 01:29 AM
IHOP feels more like your average restaurant. It's also very expensive, relative. But the Waffle House has been around since 1955, and it still has that old diner charm. Basically it is the real-life embodiment of a TUMS commercial...lol, and the food is slightly greasy, but it is sooo good. Think of like a roadhouse or a truck stop, except with more "regulars" like a small town diner. After all, that is what it is Yummmmm!

The only other similar place I can think of would be the "Pig Stand" which has been around since 1932, ..I think. But still that's more like the old 50's burger joint. Waffle House is like a 50's burger joint - breakfast version. Basically, I absolutely love it!

MauiV
01-27-08, 12:50 PM
IHOP is WAY overpriced for what you are getting. As far as chains go, nothings better at 3am than Waffle House. Im sure we all also have those dive joints that crush any chain for a good solid drunk recovery stop. In Lexington its Tolly Hos next to the UK campus.