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Old 03-01-2015, 12:54 PM   #1
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Best Thing I Ever Ate - Breakfast

Tell us all about the best breakfast you have ever had and where we can go to get it. Has to be a restaurant or stand so we can get it too.
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This one I know. We will be there this week. Maybe twice. The Bisbee Breakfast Club in Bisbee,AZ. It is a little hard to find but well worth it. BBC is in a neighborhood called Warren. Just South of the Lavender Pit copper mine. All items are great but the best deal is when ordering they will ask,toast or biscuit? The biscuit is made fresh in house and as big as a saucer. Get the biscuit with a side of gravy and you won't be disappointed. They have another shop in Tuscon but I have never been there.
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Old 03-01-2015, 01:05 PM   #3
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Hands down , best breakfast dish I have ever had......."Loco Moco"
Big pile of rice, large hamburg Pattie, sunny side up eggs on top, grilled onions a option , covered in brown gravey.
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http://bigislandgrinds.com/2006/09/loco-moco-recipe/

http://migrationology.com/2012/09/loco-moco-hawaii/
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My wife and I do not eat eggs, and we have never been breakfast eaters.

I do love a good hamburger for breakfast, however.
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My wife and I do not eat eggs, and we have never been breakfast eaters.

I do love a good hamburger for breakfast, however.
Just leave the egg's off the Loco Moco..........smother with grilled onions instead! Give that a try some morning..........
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A few years ago I was headed to the USS Alabama Battleship Museum, Mobile, Al. Was just a mile (max) east of the museum, located on US90, might have been Felix Fish Camp, anyway they had a shrimp omelett, forgot what the details were now, but I voted it as the best I ever had. I generally do not remember breakfast more than an hour, recall the local shrimpers were all over the place with their boats etc, yes also enjoyef the Battleship.
Recall the place looked like a real dive, but figured lot of alive guys running around, so must not be killing then and I was hungry, huge surprise.
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The Mariners Cove in Brielle NJ.

Over 250 different omelets. If they don't have it you probably wouldn't ask for it.
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This one I know. We will be there this week. Maybe twice. The Bisbee Breakfast Club in Bisbee,AZ. It is a little hard to find but well worth it. BBC is in a neighborhood called Warren. Just South of the Lavender Pit copper mine. All items are great but the best deal is when ordering they will ask,toast or biscuit? The biscuit is made fresh in house and as big as a saucer. Get the biscuit with a side of gravy and you won't be disappointed. They have another shop in Tuscon but I have never been there.
We live a few miles down the road from there between Palominas and Naco. Absolutely love the BBC. The green salsa there is fantastic on eggs for breakfast.
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Never thought of Loco Moco as a breakfast dish. I do love it, though. One of the only things I really miss about leaving San Jose was no more Hawaiian BBQ for lunch.

Hobee's in Silicon Valley has Blueberry Coffee Cake to die for, and great omelets.

Mel's Diner in Fort Myers, FL has several great Eggs Benedict variations.
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Sometime in the 1990's near Salem Oregon we drove off the IS and into town. It was like a scene out of Twilight Zone. We drove up to a kind of Dutch bakery. On the menu was all kinds of baked goods and famous pancakes of course. It was like a dream. We've never been back. Wish we knew where it was!
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