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View Poll Results: What will you eat an egg on?
Burgers 16 23.19%
Enchiladas 12 17.39%
Yes, Yes and probably more! 51 73.91%
No! Why are you doing that to your food?! 9 13.04%
Multiple Choice Poll. Voters: 69. You may not vote on this poll

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Unread 10-15-2013, 10:54 PM   #16
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I love a fried egg, and I love a good burger, but I'm not going to intentionally put a fried egg on my burger.

I love peanut butter and I love a good burger, but I'm not going to combine them either.
You sir, are missing out. Fried eggs are great on burgers.

As for peanut butter, have a burger and bun, peanut butter, Jack cheese, bacon and lettuce, and maybe some dill pickle if you like. It is much better than people think, but it needs to be with the right toppings.
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I said enchilada but actually i'd eat them on lot's of things. The best egg breakfast i can remember was one time camping when i ate then on flat hard shell tortilla shells with taco sauce, Mex cheese and re fried beans... oh baby. I might have to make that again this weekend!
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Eggs on and in everything, specially Asian style Soups
with a bowl of beans.



in pies of all sorts.





in burgers.

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I could be wrong but I think Deguerre posted about a grilled cheese sammy with an egg on top. It looked so good I tried it for lunch. That was good so I tried it for breakfast. Now it's one of my favorite breakfast treats.
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I could be wrong but I think Deguerre posted about a grilled cheese sammy with an egg on top. It looked so good I tried it for lunch. That was good so I tried it for breakfast. Now it's one of my favorite breakfast treats.

Egg Cheese and Bacon would be one of the most common breakfast rolls down here. or is that up here? depends on how you look at it I suppose
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Okay, Nucornhusker reminded me that I too, have had a peanut butter burger and loved it. I was tricked into eating it, and it was good
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Egg Cheese and Bacon would be one of the most common breakfast rolls down here. or is that up here? depends on how you look at it I suppose


For me, a grilled cheese sandwich is made with 2 slices of plain bread buttered with a slice of Velveeta/yellow/"American" cheese in between. It is browned in a pan on both sides until the cheese is melted and then served with a bowl of Campbell's tomato soup. This is comfort food from my childhood. Please forgive me if I am stating the obvious.

Breakfast sandwiches never crossed my path until Mc&Dons & BK came out with their breakfast products.

Anyway, Deguerre's post was a dope slap for me to enjoy some
ignored foods in a new combination that I would not have thought of.

I would like to know how your breakfast rolls are assembled.
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For me, a grilled cheese sandwich is made with 2 slices of plain bread buttered with a slice of Velveeta/yellow/"American" cheese in between. It is browned in a pan on both sides until the cheese is melted and then served with a bowl of Campbell's tomato soup. This is comfort food from my childhood. Please forgive me if I am stating the obvious.

Breakfast sandwiches never crossed my path until Mc&Dons & BK came out with their breakfast products.

Anyway, Deguerre's post was a dope slap for me to enjoy some
ignored foods in a new combination that I would not have thought of.

I would like to know how your breakfast rolls are assembled.

My way would be a Warmed Buttered roll that has a good layer of Sliced Cheddar ( melty plastic stuff ) cheese, topped with some layered Bacon that has been pan fried,or Grilled direct, topped with a runny fried Egg.
Put the lid on and allow the egg yolk to be the sauce.

I think I need a cold shower
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Fried egg (lightly basted) on corn beef hash. When your fork cuts the egg, all that golden goodness mixes with the hash... Mmmm.

Peanut butter on a burger. I said "Naa" until I made my first visit to the Wheel Inn in Sedalia, MO. http://www.flickr.com/photos/curioush/37479457/ Too bad they closed.
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Egg on anything not a dessert. Peanut butter hamburgers were a big seller around here when drive in restaurants were everywhere. You could get them everywhere you could park and eat. Now they are as lost as are the real drive ins, and I ain't talkin' 'bout MickeyDee's or the other 'fast food' joints.
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Peanut butter on a burger. I said "Naa" until I made my first visit to the Wheel Inn in Sedalia, MO. http://www.flickr.com/photos/curioush/37479457/ Too bad they closed.
They are still there just moved around the corner and south on 65 hiway about a half a mile.
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Damn HankB. Those look great.
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I've been hearing of this also, can't say it sound too good to me.
They have a burger in Lafeyette IN at Triple XXX. It is called the Duane Purvis burger, my wife has had it and she said it is amazing, I on the other hand am not interested in trying it.
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I love a fried egg, and I love a good burger, but I'm not going to intentionally put a fried egg on my burger.

I love peanut butter and I love a good burger, but I'm not going to combine them either.
That's too bad. You only live once; and time goes by faster each day.

13 years ago I had just turned 40 years old and a couple of co-workers
asked me if I wanted to go out and have some Sushi with them. I laughed
and made my normal Sushi jokes and walked out of the building to my
truck, to go home. That's when I realized that life was going by so fast.
I decided to go back and go out with them and try some Sushi. I was
sure I wouldn't like it; but I decided to try it anyway.
I loved it, Sushi is now one of my favorite foods.

Try some new things,
eggs on burgers, sandwiches etc. It's pretty much the same as a
breakfast burrito or egg on a muffin. Try an egg on your next burger,
if you don't like it, that's OK. But to decide you don't like something
you have never tried, is just being mean to yourself.
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