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Discussion in 'Food & Drinks' started by Gloria Mitchell, Jul 24, 2017.
Ha ha...I would too @Tim Burr!
The hotel I work for takes very good care of their employee.
We have a buffet lunch ( free ) every weekday and as mentioned, breakfast on Fridays.
Won't mention the name of the chain, but the famous great-grand daughter is named Paris .
We get very nice discounts when we stay at any of the sister hotels.
As an employee, I am also an 'Honors' member, so that's a nice perk.
If I have more than coffee with half and half, I tend to have a small bowl of rolled oats seasoned with cinnamon and cloves and a tad of butter, or maybe once a month I will have grits with butter, and one poached egg. But I hate instant oatmeal or grits.
Now if I'm going out for breakfast or brunch, I never have either of my mainstays, mainly because they are of the instant varieties. So instead I will have two over easy eggs, three slices of bacon, and crispy potato hash. I'm not a bread person unless I have a sandwich, and that might be once every couple of months.
@Gloria Mitchell , I have lived in Texas for 64 of my 65 years, but I had never come across beans over potatoes until I spent a couple years in Oklahoma. I was amazed that it was a breakfast staple up there.
Well, Kid, it may be breakfast staple up here but I have never encountered it for any meal... Opps, Sorry Ms Mitchell. Thought Ina said that. Excuse.
@Bill Boggs , if it was concerning the beans and potatoes, we both spoke of them.
When I was a small kid my family was on vacation and we stopped in Oklahoma for breakfast. They served hash browns and I was in awe. Their way of breakfast became became a Texas thing soon after. Oh course we make larger hash browns
@Ina I. Wonder ...sorry forgot about the beans...actually did not know about beans for breakfast in OK. I could probably do that to.
Oh please...Gloria or Glo will do
Well, Gloria, this morning I had biscuits and gravy with two bacons and a cup of joe.
I'm back to my fiber one cereal...I miss a day and then I don't go.
For the longest I was two eggs, two bacons and a slice of toast with an occasional change on weekends, usually Sunday. Now I am properly diversified taking whatever i can get.
Ha ha...you make your breakfast sound like your stock portfolio.
I fixed Bobert and I two sausage patties, two eggs over east with garlic chives and picante sauce, and a large spinach tortilla. A 16oz. cup of coffee for me, and chocolate milk for Bobert.
I prefer my eggs over south.
Peppered bacon 2 ,one egg on a King roll with mayo