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Favorite breakfast meat?

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

  1. Kasper

    Kasper Senior member

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    What are the members here favorite breakfast meat? I grew up in Philly where Scrapple is considered the king of breakfast meats with Taylor pork roll in a strong second. Both of these are my favorites and don't have to be eaten only for breakfast. Pork roll might even be better for lunch in my opinion.
     
  2. Huntsman

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    Sausage. Followed by Pork Roll. You also can't go wrong with Bacon.

    Never has Scrapple.

    ~ Huntsman
     
  3. texas_jack

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    Mexican Chorizo, with scrabled eggs is the bomb.
     
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    Taylor ham, by far.

    During the three years that I went to law school in NYC, I was really surprised to discover that none of the delis I went to had Taylor ham considering the fact that it's made in Jersey, which is right across the river. Now that I'm out of law school and back in Jersey - Taylor ham is once again the breakfast meat of choice.
     
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    Gentlemeateaters- good evening,

    This good morning: Black Pudding and naturally-smoked bacon. Fortnum's finest.


    Smith
     
  7. VKK3450

    VKK3450 Senior member

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    I just like me some bacon. American bacon, English bacon, I love bacon

    Crispy

    Mmmmmmm Bacon

    K
     
  8. Kasper

    Kasper Senior member

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    Taylor ham, by far.

    During the three years that I went to law school in NYC, I was really surprised to discover that none of the delis I went to had Taylor ham considering the fact that it's made in Jersey, which is right across the river. Now that I'm out of law school and back in Jersey - Taylor ham is once again the breakfast meat of choice.



    Yes I am always surprised by the states that don't have Taylor pork roll or Scrapple. A lot of people are missing out on these breakfast treats!
     
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    Pork is the ultimate breakfast meat. Because it's so tough to digest, it's best to get your consumption of it out of the way as early in the day as possible.

    My favourites: crispy bacon + scrambled eggs + toast + hot cocoa, or breakfast links soaking in maple syrup + thin Scandinavian style pancakes + tea.

    For non-meats, it's oatmeal, farina w/ crushed flax, rye and wheat, or Weetabix.
     
  11. abitifatti

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    meat for the morning is not good idea. I think brioche is better for you. And I think caffè black .Is beautifull to eat with each other. you can put the nice nutela or the jam in the brioche. I think meat is not good to the middle body area - and the cloths!
     
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    A breakfast sausage patty topped with bacon, canadian bacon, chorizo, a smoked pork chop, a smallish steak, some smoked salmon, and topped off with another sausage patty.

    A Meat Mc Muffin.
     
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    Steak and Eggs (NY Striploin medium rare)
     
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    I've always enjoyed blonde northern Europeans...perhaps a Scandinavian... perfect meat for the morning. [​IMG]
     
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    Green eggs and ham.
     
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    I've always enjoyed blonde northern Europeans...perhaps a Scandinavian... perfect meat for the morning. [​IMG]

    Swedish meatballs perhaps?
     
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    Swedish meatballs perhaps?
    You mean Kötbullar?
     
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    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.
     
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    I've always enjoyed blonde northern Europeans...perhaps a Scandinavian... perfect meat for the morning. [​IMG]

    Then I guess you're the one serving up the sausage.
     

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