I like my eggs poached with sausage.
with this breakfest to make it a great breakfest.
Throw some cheese on the eggs, add biscuts and sausage gravy and it's just right
I can think of a mans breakfast thats fat and calorie free...and still get to excercise that mouth.
Oh man, it's so not fair. My cardiologist won't let me have, the eggs, or the bacon. Those are two of the things I miss the most since my heart surgery. Eggs over easy, and bacon that's not fried crisp, but is still a bit chewy, bisquits and sawmill gravy. Grits with real dairy cream, honey and cream cheeze, and an endless cup of coffee with sugar and milk. Yeah yeah yeah, candy bar coffee. I loved. They won't let me have any of it except the gun which at least won't clog my arteries.
and Like the cossacks we shall live forever
Well heck, Harry Truman, the last good dem I've ever heard of, used to have 4 fried eggs, four pieces of toast, four slices of ham, four slices of bacon and sawmill gravy for his toast, and wash it all down with four jiggers of bourbon all by 5 in the morning, at which time, he'd start work. Gotta respect a man like that.
Those old boys were something werent they, seems they all had a couple of bottles in the desk drawer. Yep i've heard storys about Winnie Churchill, and how he made some of his best decisions and speaches three sheets to the wind. Probabley why they all lived so long. AMA has a hard time balancing the how alcohol is good for LDL levils, and social issues of it.
Breakfast of champions! Yeah Churchill was a big dawn to midnight heavy drinker. In fact, FDR, who wes a pretty big drinker himself, sent one of his most trusted advisors to London just to find out if Churchill really was a drunk. I forget who it was, but I bet you anything my oldest boy would know. Anyway he came back and told FDR, no Churchill wasn't really a drunk so much as he was just your ordinary heavy drinker, and that he was completely lucid and functional, when as you put it, he was 3 sheets to the wind. That was the trick that finally convinced FDR, that Churchill would be a man to be reckoned with and if anybody could stand up to Hitler from what was left of Europe the Nazis didn't control, then Churchill was the guy. So FDR decided then, we would go to war, ever before Pearl Harbor, FDR knew he was chained to Churchill's fate. And then of course he and that advisor, whose name still escapes me sat down and got drunk together. And that was over breakfast as well. I don't really know where this whole not before 1700 hours are you allowed strong drink got started, but these guys never paid attention to that.