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Old 06-05-2013, 10:20 AM   #1
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Grilled Bacon and Egg & Cheese Poboy

These last 5 or 6 days have been long hectic days for me. I was so exhausted last night I went to bed without eating dinner. Not that I couldn't do to miss a meal but I was just too tired to eat. Needles to say I crashed and slept like a bear in hibernation. I woke up hungry like a bear coming out of hibernation too! After a big cup of coffee I decided to make myself a little breakfast. I went outside and turned on the Holland gas grill to warm up and went back inside to get the package of Boar's Head bacon. I put ten slices on to cook while I went back in for more coffee and to get the rest of breakfast ready.

On the way home last night I picked up a loaf of French bread with the intention of making a turkey and Swiss cheese poboy for dinner. Well since I had the bread it wasn't hard to figure what I was hungry for. I sliced and buttered a piece of bread and put it on the grill to warm for a few minutes.

Add a little shredded cheese.

I did pick a few fresh eggs the girls laid yesterday and three of those were perfect for scrambled eggs.

Put it all together nice and neatly and it's time toe eat!

Mmmmm........ This is going to be delicious!!!!!

Want half? ;D
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What a way to start the day.
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I concur with Griff!
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To further clarify things, I agree with both Griff and Puff!
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I agree with Larry!!
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Can we do this again tomorrow? What time is breakfast?
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LOL I just thought of something, you like a Mini V, or V JR, you both make such great looking food!.!
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I agree with all the aforesaid and hitherto mentioned stuff. There are some great Chef/Photographers on here. Salud!
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Thanks all! I'm glad it's unanimous.
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Speaking of I have to get my SD card out of my camera. I should sow you all my gear. I do amateur photography. Bought me a Nikon about 8 years ago, and have not really looked back. I have alot of hobbies lmao.
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Thinking somebody might want to look at any neeked lady photos you have laying around. The names Puff and Nick come immediately to mind for some reason. Thanks.
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