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post #16 of 48
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Originally Posted by Dakota rube
I've always enjoyed blonde northern Europeans...perhaps a Scandinavian... perfect meat for the morning.

Swedish meatballs perhaps?
post #17 of 48
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Originally Posted by tiecollector
Swedish meatballs perhaps?
You mean Kötbullar?
post #18 of 48
My fave is steak and eggs, but I only have that on special occasions. On a more regular basis (3 times a month, maybe)I like sausage links, the skinny ones.
post #19 of 48
Pepper bacon.
post #20 of 48
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Originally Posted by Dakota rube
I've always enjoyed blonde northern Europeans...perhaps a Scandinavian... perfect meat for the morning.

Then I guess you're the one serving up the sausage.
post #21 of 48
Grilled salmon, miso soup, plain rice.

Of course, I almost never have breakfast, but if I did that would be it.
post #22 of 48
Another vote for salmon, either smoked or gravlax.
post #23 of 48
bacon, crispier than the english like it, but with a little chewiness left in it.

in the south, I love black ham when I can get it, on a biscuit.
post #24 of 48
Black pudding, rashers, or salami.
post #25 of 48
Scrapple.
post #26 of 48
Bacon, thick cut and fried until done but chewy.

I also sometimes like what I call poor man's steak and eggs. Sausage patties with toast and A1.

A1 is vastly underrated as a breakfast condiment.
post #27 of 48
When I lived at home, I used to eat deer sausage for breakfast probably 4 times a week. Now that I'm living on my own, I usually just eat fruit salad and yougart for breakfast because of its simplicity.
post #28 of 48
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Originally Posted by DucatiCole
When I lived at home, I used to eat deer sausage for breakfast probably 4 times a week. Now that I'm living on my own, I usually just eat fruit salad and yougart for breakfast because of its simplicity.

If I could get my hands on deer sausage I would eat sausage more often. Nice and lean.
post #29 of 48
Whats Black Pudding? Whats scrapple?

BTW since I come back and forth form Mexico, chorizo or carne con chile(pork in chile sauce)
post #30 of 48
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Originally Posted by MOCAZEN
Whats Black Pudding? Whats scrapple?

BTW since I come back and forth form Mexico, chorizo or carne con chile(pork in chile sauce)
Blacke pudding is blood sausage. Scrapple is disgusting.
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