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MDF3530 
  Posted: 31-Oct-2006, 05:31 PM
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Sometimes when I want a hot breakfast, I fry two eggs over easy, fry up some sausage or Canadian bacon, toast and coffee. I only buy eggs at the grocery store when they go on sale. Otherwise, I buy them at this local produce market. Their jumbo eggs are often cheaper than the large eggs at the grocery store.

BTW, my favorite breakfast place that is listed on the first page of this thread is gone. The restaurant was closed and the building it was in is now a parking lot.


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potato cakes

8 oz leftover baked or mashed potatoes
8 oz grated raw potato
8 oz all-purpose flour
1/4 tsp baking powder
8 to 12 oz milk or buttermilk; enough to make it look like thick pancake batter.
Pinch salt

While bacon's frying, grate a potato and mix with leftover baked or mashed potatoes, flour & baking powder. Fry potato cakes in same skillet with over-easy eggs, butter while hot.


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