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Unread 07-13-2006, 09:28 PM   #1
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Default What do you eat the next morning?

In keeping with the theme of the previous thread I wanted to pose the question of what everyone eats the morning of a competition. We try to include all the major food groups in one simple dish. We do a cowboy quiche that has lots of eggs, cream, smoked phattie, Swiss chess and bell peppers all baked in a pie shell on our kettle.
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by the time Sunday morning comes around i am so sick of looking at and eating meat i cant touch a thing
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We throw on a couple of fatties at about 4 in the morning to eat at 7. We also throw on some biscuits at 6 to be done about the same time. Some comps will have breakfast for everyone. Shannon has biscuits and gravy as well as donuts, coffee, and orange juice.
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by the time Sunday morning comes around i am so sick of looking at and eating meat i cant touch a thing
Will, does that include not touching beverage containers?
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We've cooked bacon and eggs, sausage and biscuits, biscuits and gravy, and sometimes it's just ho-ho's and coffee,,,,,,,:)
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Some contests its just Bloody Marys and Red Beer.
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We have in the past done bacon, eggs, pancakes. We have a stainless steel piece of counter top thet we put on our pull behind grill and use that as a griddle. Works pretty good!
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hopefully Ford Allison is cooking close bye so I can get some of his breakfast tenderloin--Old Dave makes a mean breakfast also!

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Will, does that include not touching beverage containers?
well lets not get carried away now
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Bellybro,

Great idea on the stainless steel top for a makeshift griddle. I never thought of doing pancakes at a competition......What a great easy idea, we will have to try that at the next one as chopping vegetables and measuring at 6am isnt the most enjoyable task... I might just have to sneak some blueberries into the pancake batter though.
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We have in the past done bacon, eggs, pancakes. We have a stainless steel piece of counter top thet we put on our pull behind grill and use that as a griddle. Works pretty good!
Works pretty good? Works dam good as I remember!!
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