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breakfastBreakfast radio and breakfast podcasting are two very different things. Food glorious food.

What is your daily breakfast? What about on the go? What is your favorite childhood memory about breakfast? Those are just a few of the questions we try and answer on today’s podcast.

Today’s quiz will have your plate full, trust me you’ll get it when you listen. I’m not saying I won’t eat it, I’m just saying I won’t eat it for breakfast on the latest We found it on pinterest.

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  1. No one does breakfast quite like a Southerner does breakfast. Some of my favorite family recipes include:

    Grits cakes with poached eggs and country gravy. That’s grits, made into a cake, covered in poached eggs and then smothered with sausage gravy.

    A sausage and hash brown breakfast casserole is a Southern staple of holiday breakfasts.

    Of course, using a slow cooker is a Southern tradition. So the slow-cooker breakfast hash (provided below) is also a favorite. Slap that shit together before you go to bed, and boom, instant breakfast of the gods when you awake:
    2 lb. bag of hash browns (I think the cubed ones work best)
    1 lb. breakfast sausage, browned (can substitute 2 cups chopped ham)
    1/2 cup onion, diced
    1/2 cup red or green bell pepper, diced (optional)
    10 eggs
    1 cup half and half (can use milk)
    1/2 tsp. salt
    1/2 tsp. seasoned salt
    1/2 tsp. black pepper
    2 cups shredded cheddar cheese
    2 cups shredded Mozzarella cheese
    green onion for garnish (optional)

    Of course, bacon should be served with every breakfast.

    1. Brown the sausage along with the onion and the bell pepper you are adding to it.  Spray a 6 quart or larger slow cooker with nonstick cooking spray.  Layer half of the hash browns in the bottom of the slow cooker.  Layer half of the sausage over the hash browns.  Sprinkle half of each type of cheese over the sausage.  Repeat all of the layers again, ending with cheeses.

      In a separate bowl whisk the eggs, half and half and seasonings together until well blended and pour evenly over all.

      Set the slow cooker on low and cook for 8 hours or on high for 4 hours.

  2. Great show – yes, Tony “Breakfast for dinner” is a thing (which is kind of weird, since “Dinner for breakfast” is not. Any meal that contains 2 of the following (eggs, bacon, pancakes, toast ) is breakfast (only exception being a BLT sandwich – since anything with Mayo on it can’t be breakfast). And cereal in the evening is NOT “breakfast for dinner”, it’s just lazy.

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