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Old 07-26-2014, 06:17 PM
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We like the sweet and the regular. We get it in Lebanon, PA or in Lancaster, PA.

That general area all carry it.... good LB and a few brews...ummmmm!!!
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Old 07-27-2014, 07:47 AM
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I haven't had Lebanon baloney since my brother moved from East Petersburg down by Three mile Island back in the 80's. I ate that stuff like a heroin addict shoots up whenever I visited him. Ain't nuthin' like the real thing, baby.
I love the Seltzer brand and usually have at least 2 or 3 varieties on hand. We had a local butcher that made a good variety before we moved up here. I often eat a slice of swiss cheese with sweet bologna in the middle as a breadless sandwich. Swiss cheese and bologna and bacon on an onion bagel will be todays breakfast.
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Old 08-15-2014, 06:48 AM
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i got a deli container of bacon-laced potato salad from my fridge, & also got coleslaw. yummy! i cannot complain. i'll buy their items once again.
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Old 08-16-2014, 07:07 AM
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Onion bagel with ham and swiss and a nice glass of OJ.
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Had fried egg / pork roll / yellow cheese....on a sammich with 17 grain bread toasted lightly.
LOADs of fresh cracked black pepper.
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Old 08-16-2014, 06:16 PM
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I like a crossant with a scrambled egg, bacon, and cheese in it. I slice the crossant lengthwise, heat it in the oven until crunchy and add the rest.
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deli food. i bought scads. a ham & brie if my bread is okay, w/ mustard. may pick over a salad, too.
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not into very average food to cook when i wake- already have tomato florentine soup or pasta marinara on my mind, tho. grilled cheese would rock, too, if i bought new bread.

then, a meatball sammich, later on, or pierogies, later on tonite. they have a very static menu, as of late.
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not into very average food to cook when i wake- already have tomato florentine soup or pasta marinara on my mind, tho. grilled cheese would rock, too, if i bought new bread.

then, a meatball sammich, later on, or pierogies, later on tonite. they have a very static menu, as of late.
luvs.... nothing worse than stale bread made into toast, or griddled cheese.

I made a griddled cheese for my granddaughter from stale bread, and she said,"pops, this tastes stale and it's dry!"..... hahahahaha...
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Lazy Saturday breakfast at home this morning was potatoes, spinach, mushrooms, roasted garlic, sausage, cheddar cheese, and avocado topped with a fried egg.

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I present to you the no calorie totally healthy sausage gravy and biscuits!!!

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eeturk, yours looks totally amazing!
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I love sausage gravy over biscuits. I had to cut back to once a month at most since it makes my legs swell. Today I had corned beef hash with extra onions. Was a good Sunday morning breakfast.
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I love me some hash!!! That is another diet crasher, but totally worth it!
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Do you use nutmeg in your recipe.
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It's No Calories For Me.... Because I cannot get my hands on it! LOL
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No I don't. Never thought about it. I usually add sage and red pepper flakes, but not nutmeg. And I do love some nutmeg!

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eeturk, yours looks totally amazing!

Thank you!! We take breakfast very seriously in this house . Love yours too, haven't had biscuits and gravy in forever! Reminds me of my time in the Midwest!


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Old 11-23-2014, 11:07 PM
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I love sausage gravy over biscuits. I had to cut back to once a month at most since it makes my legs swell. Today I had corned beef hash with extra onions. Was a good Sunday morning breakfast.
Tina loves "Bob Evans'" sausage and gravy.
I felt sorry for her. She and DIL went to Lancaster,Pa to see the show Moses at the Theater in Strasburg...... but on the way, they stopped at Bob Evans restaurant on Lehigh Street, in Allentown. OOops! It was G O N E !!! NO MORE ! ( tears)
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Default Re: The "Breakfast" thread

I generally use Jimmy Deans hot sausage and add sage from my garden. Hadn't thought to add onion. I'll keep one half of a biscuit for butter and home made jam. I also make corned beef hash with a fried egg over easy.
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Made waffles for everyone this AM.
Fried Jones' sausage patty's, and we all filled our bellies.

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We had fried eggs, bacon and sausage, fresh orange juice and bagels. Sunday treat.
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Default Re: The "Breakfast" thread

Here is Jimmy Boy the Baker~ (NOT !)

Diligently Working Like he really knows what he's doing! hahahaha

Breakfast For Tomorrow.... Egg MacMufins ...
Egg Ham and Cheese for Mommy & Egg;Taylor Ham, (sliced pork roll) and Cheese for Daddy!

Thanks for the Inspiration from "JoeV"...





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Wow, those English Muffins look perfect, Jimmy!

Could you post a link to Joe's recipe???

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Wow, that is inspiring! I may have to try that myself, because they look really good. And as anyone can imagine, Mexicans are not famous for their English muffins.
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