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    Leftover Hamburgers for Breakfast

    Had a couple of leftover patties from the night before, so I used them with my breakfast. I wouldn't want to let them go to waste, now would I? Click image for larger version

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    #2
    SwampDonkeyzBBQ Excellent idea! A perfectly cooked over easy egg is about as good as it gets for breakfast. Great over leftover fried rice, too.

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      #3
      That is a work of art!!

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        #4
        That's a mighty fine way to start the day!

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          #5
          that sure beats the bran I had! I'll have to remember to throw on an extra burger next time!

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          • ComfortablyNumb
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            Bran? What kind of meat is that? ;-)

          • hogdog6
            hogdog6 commented
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            ComfortablyNumb bran is what our food eats.

          • smokenoob
            smokenoob commented
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            lmao.....

          #6
          A wonderful breakfast.

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            #7
            Breakfast of champions! I visited Kauai a couple of times, and I subscribe to the theory "eat where the locals eat". So my wife and I found this out of the way diner packed with police cruisers one morning. Cha-ching! Walked in, saw a bunch of people chowing down on this Hawaiian breakfast called "loco moco" - white rice, topped with a burger, topped with a fried egg, and smothered in a savory brown gravy. My first time having a burger for breakfast, but not the last. That looks delicious!

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              #8
              Beautiful!

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                #9
                Love it! Just add cheese and french fries and make it brunch!

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                  #10
                  I’d eat that any day

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                    #11
                    Ok admission time, I often get up early when there is leftover burgers just to beat the family to them. They make great leftovers.

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                      #12
                      Looks damn good.

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                        #13
                        Thanks everyone!

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                          #14
                          Ok brother. Time to spill the beans on your egg technique! As and avid BBQ guy, secretly, I practice eggs with a passion. Sunny side up as good as can be in my past life as a Waffle House cook. But I suck at it. These look absolutely PERFECT!!

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                          • SwampDonkeyzBBQ
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                            Low and slow, and I try to make sure that I use fresh eggs. Fresher eggs hold their form better.

                          • Troutman
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                            My favorite eggs were made by my ol man. He’d get a hot CI pan, put a heaping tablespoon of bacon fat, get it hot and cook sunny sides until the edges got crispy and the yoke perfectly done. They were to die for.

                          • SwampDonkeyzBBQ
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                            Sounds like heaven. You just can't beat a good old sunny side up egg. Breakfast, lunch, or dinner.

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