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I'm hungry, my throat is scratchy, and the board of trade's simulation OrderDirect environment is down . I could really go for a nice, hot breakfast right now. 4 eggs, sunny-side up of course... a few strips of greasy bacon... maybe 2-3 sausage links... some nicely seasoned potatos (or home fries'll do)... a little cup of sausage gravy and some biscuits... coffee and a BIG carafe of orange juice.

Is there anything better than breakfast food? I think NOT!

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Damn you now I got a taste for Bob Evans. Hmmmm might just have to do that.




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Damn you now I got a taste for Bob Evans. Hmmmm might just have to do that.
Hehe I know. I'm about to go down to the diner on the first floor of our building and order up a heart attack on a plate.

I didn't know they had bob evans out here... thought it was only an ohio-ish thing. I gotta find one in the city!!
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I like to make breakfast casseroles... Set 'em up the night before, then pop 'em in the oven.

My two favorites: Chorizo, Jack and Cheddar cheese and jalapenos (I use a homemade day-old jalapeno bread for the base)... topped with egg mixture and (of course) more CHEESE.

French toast casserole: Use day-old cinnamon raisin bread for a base, then add dollops of cream cheese, pour maple syrup and a slightly sweetened cinnamon-nutmeg egg mixture. Top it with REAL bacon bits

YUMMMMMMY... Brunch, anyone?

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Hehe I know. I'm about to go down to the diner on the first floor of our building and order up a heart attack on a plate.

I didn't know they had bob evans out here... thought it was only an ohio-ish thing. I gotta find one in the city!!
I dont think there is one in the city but theres 3 out here. Naper blvd and ogden, 53 and 55, and one somwere in south joilet. never been there




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I'm hungry, my throat is scratchy, and the board of trade's simulation OrderDirect environment is down . I could really go for a nice, hot breakfast right now. 4 eggs, sunny-side up of course... a few strips of greasy bacon... maybe 2-3 sausage links... some nicely seasoned potatos (or home fries'll do)... a little cup of sausage gravy and some biscuits... coffee and a BIG carafe of orange juice.

Is there anything better than breakfast food? I think NOT!

Chris you need to eat that crap every day. Maybe then you'll put some meat on them bones!

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Damn I'm hungery now. You all suck.




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I like to make breakfast casseroles... Set 'em up the night before, then pop 'em in the oven.

My two favorites: Chorizo, Jack and Cheddar cheese and jalapenos (I use a homemade day-old jalapeno bread for the base)... topped with egg mixture and (of course) more CHEESE.

French toast casserole: Use day-old cinnamon raisin bread for a base, then add dollops of cream cheese, pour maple syrup and a slightly sweetened cinnamon-nutmeg egg mixture. Top it with REAL bacon bits

YUMMMMMMY... Brunch, anyone?
Damn yo. Come make me breakfast!!
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Never really thought of breakfast as a real meal......always just ate toast, english muffins, cereal. I do like sausage and bacon though...

Never enough time to sit down, relax, and enjoy it. Rather be sleeping or on my way to wherever I have to be.
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Never really thought of breakfast as a real meal......always just ate toast, english muffins, cereal. I do like sausage and bacon though...

Never enough time to sit down, relax, and enjoy it. Rather be sleeping or on my way to wherever I have to be.
You don't know what you're missing. My idea life involves waking up at about the butt-crack of noon every day... gorging (sp?) on a Bob Evans' Homestead Breakfast... napping till dinner and eating an entire beef tenderloin. Then playing GTA3 the rest of the night

Oh jeese I almost forgot the dancing girls

But yeah breakfast is the best meal of the day. Hands down. we should start a poll hahaha
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Think I'll be going to Eli's for lunch. They make a great omlette.

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You don't know what you're missing. My idea life involves waking up at about the butt-crack of noon every day... gorging (sp?) on a Bob Evans' Homestead Breakfast... napping till dinner and eating an entire beef tenderloin. Then playing GTA3 the rest of the night

Oh jeese I almost forgot the dancing girls

But yeah breakfast is the best meal of the day. Hands down. we should start a poll hahaha

ROFLMAO If I wasnt married we could be roomates with that schedule Only I prefer Vice city.

In fact I think I'm gonna go get myself the Homestead right now




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ROFLMAO If I wasnt married we could be roomates with that schedule Only I prefer Vice city.
Still haven't gotten vice city ... I should pick it up tonight. The only problem with my schedule is it doesn't allow much time for 'work'... unless I was independently wealthy or bartended or something

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In fact I think I'm gonna go get myself the Homestead right now
GREEN WITH ENVY

I had shitty diner breakfast and I'm already hungry for lunch. Oh it's days like this I wish I lived in the suburbs

(shit did that just slip out )
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Still haven't gotten vice city ... I should pick it up tonight. The only problem with my schedule is it doesn't allow much time for 'work'... unless I was independently wealthy or bartended or something



GREEN WITH ENVY

I had shitty diner breakfast and I'm already hungry for lunch. Oh it's days like this I wish I lived in the suburbs

(shit did that just slip out )


You gotta get Vice city its soooo much better.


And you know you wanna live in the burbs




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Hehe I know. I'm about to go down to the diner on the first floor of our building and order up a heart attack on a plate.
ONE ANGIOPLASTY COMING UP!!!

Seriously, if you are looking for some good artery cloggers, I once ate at this place in Bridgeport on Halsted somewhere near 35th. It is a Lithuanian restaurant, and if you want to know what Lithuanian food is, the closest I can describe it is Polish food but double the cholesterol. Their pierogi had bacon on top of it (as I recall not just the bits, but the grease as well!!). And when the kugelis hit my stomach it must have registered on the Richter scale in Vilnius.

Oh, the name of the restaurant? "Healthy Foods" (I kid you not!!)

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