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Favorite breakfast meat?

Discussion in 'Social Life, Food & Drink, Travel' started by Kasper, Nov 19, 2006.

  1. Britalian

    Britalian Well-Known Member

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    First, black pudding.
    Second, naturally smoked bacon.
    Third, Norfolk sausages.
    Preferably on the plate at the same time with fried eggs, tomatoes, baked beanz, toast. Lots of strong, black coffee to accompany. Magnificent.
     
  2. wldthistle

    wldthistle Well-Known Member

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    Third for salmon, though I usually have breakfasts sans-meat. Toast, cereal, maybe some tea. A banana if I have one.

    Scrapple sounds horrible. Junk meat with corn meal? I think this was my favorite sentence from the wikipedia article: "The mush is cast into loaves, and allowed to cool thoroughly until gelled." [​IMG] This sounds like a combination of meatloaf, pork, cornbread and jello. While I enjoy jello (especially pistachio), and cornbread's alright, I try to avoid both meatloaf and pork. I like my beef in steak form, and as for pork... that's a personal choice. Anyway... Salmon, without a doubt.
     
  3. itsstillmatt

    itsstillmatt Well-Known Member

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    I have never heard salmon refered to as a breakfast meat before. As for scrapple, you should really try it before you knock it.
    Unfortunatly, I have tried it.
     
  4. chronoaug

    chronoaug Well-Known Member

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    Fry up some honey baked ham after the holidays on the stove with some butter. Good lord. Too good.
     
  5. Kasper

    Kasper Well-Known Member

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    Unfortunatly, I have tried it.

    Was it in the tri-state area?
     
  6. whodini

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    Turkey sausage.
     
  7. itsstillmatt

    itsstillmatt Well-Known Member

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    Was it in the tri-state area?
    Philadelphia. Do I have to relive the experience?
     
  8. edmorel

    edmorel Well-Known Member

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    Fried, fatty pork has a storied history among many diverse cultures as the breakfast meat of choice. All these other bastardizations of breakfast should be done away with like the plague!!
     

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