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    Breakfast for Dinner?

    Gotta ask. My wife has been wanting breakfast for dinner for months now. We used to cook breakfast at dinner time often but not so much in recent years. Curious ....do you like breakfast for dinner? Tonight we had waffles and bacon (of course on the griddle). Anyone else? How often do you have breakfast for dinner?
    Once a week?
    Once a month?
    Twice a year?
    Once a year?
    Leave me alone....

    LoL to the leave me alone.


    • dubob
      dubob commented
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      It got my vote. ๐Ÿ˜

    • bbqLuv
      bbqLuv commented
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      I'll drink to that!

    Breakfast is great anytime!


      I'd do it more than once a month, but my wife is not too keen on the idea...
      Last edited by RonB; January 22, 2021, 01:00 PM.


        I voted once a month but more often would be great! Omelets. Pancakes, Sausage,...


        • Richard Chrz
          Richard Chrz commented
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          We are 2-3 times a month. But, I voted 1.

        Voted once a month, realistically itโ€™s a little more than that. Not quite once a week, but probably at least once every other week. I LOVE breakfast foods and make them for dinner often! Especially when I have left over Q that I can incorporate somehow!
        Last edited by RickyBobby; January 21, 2021, 06:57 PM. Reason: Correcting the Auto-Incorrect.


        • Richard Chrz
          Richard Chrz commented
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          Same here.

        • MarkSimmers
          MarkSimmers commented
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          Third vote for this option.

        Once a week.
        Scrambled eggs, hash browns, sausage patties.
        French Toast and bacon.
        Pancakes with bacon.
        Home made egg McMuffins.
        Over easy eggs, hash and toast.

        You name it we eat it for dinner once a week plus we also eat it Sunday morning.


          I feel so alone.


          • jerrybell
            jerrybell commented
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            Well you got a good lookin dog though.

          Almost never. But then I don't eat breakfast either. Hubby is content with fresh fruit, a bagel and coffee or maybe some cereal, fruit and coffee which suits me fine.

          My guilty pleasure treat is a sausage-egg-cheese biscuit from Mickey D's when we go on road trips. When we did trips, that is. Another reason to hope for covid-control within this year.



          • RustyHaines
            RustyHaines commented
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            I love breakfast for dinner. But I am all in on a McD's sausage/egg/cheese McMuffin or biscuit ! By far the best mobile breakfast on the planet !

          • tamidw
            tamidw commented
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            Mine is the bacon-egg-cheese. ๐Ÿ˜‹

          • bbqLuv
            bbqLuv commented
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            Try the morning Mac and Coffee.
            I like McD's coffee--Black and Hot.

          Kids love it! The โ€œbig kidsโ€ love it too! French toast and scrapple.


          • bbqLuv
            bbqLuv commented
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            Got a source or recommendation for good scrapple?

          We do it rarely, but just this week we did dinner breakfast burritos.


            Breakfast food is my favorite food. Plus, it can encompass a huge variety of choices. If I could eat breakfast food for every single meal, I would.


              There's a lot of Mexican influence in Texas breakfasts. I love chorizo and scrambled eggs with hash browns, and refried beans. The best option is to pile some of all of it on a flour tortilla with a little hot sauce and make a killer breakfast burrito. One heck of a good breakfast for dinner choice.


              • Steve R.
                Steve R. commented
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                +1. The first time I had refried beans served with breakfast (I was in a tiny little town called Rio Grande City, TX) it blew my mind. So good!

              Dave, me not so much but Ampy eats breakfast for supper at a minimum once a week or more. In fact most of her siblings and their are more of them than I have fingers to count on are the same way.
              Last edited by tiewunon; January 22, 2021, 12:33 PM.


                This has been fun. Thanks to all for participating.



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