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Discussion in 'General' started by luong1209, Aug 31, 2012.
Perhaps this was the source of their issue
BEC on a plain, everything, or egg everything only. Onion too is fine but I rather just have the poppy seed & salt too.
Think I agree with @Comparison Ford that breakfast type sandwiches are better on breads other than a bagel. Kaiser roll, croissant, even an English muffin.
When I have a bagel, I usually go with just cream cheese, sliced tomato and a little salt and pepper.
Egg, cheese, and sausage croissant is amazing
The best breakfast sandwich I've had is a bacon egg and cheese with avacado on a croissant that was lightly toasted
When my wife makes what I call her momma breakfast sammich (bacon & fried egg), I usually have it on toasted Kings Hawaiian or Nature’s Own wheat bread.
If I get a breakfast sandwich from somewhere else I get it on a crossaint. I think it’s perfect for bacon, eggs, & sometimes cheese.
Back when I used to eat McDonalds I loved their steak, egg, & cheese bagel...
My son’s steak stroganoff from Noodles & my $9.99 prime rib special from Harris Teeter. Loved the horseradish they made. Had a lot of kick to it as if it was made at home...
That prime rib looking medium well in the pic...
I like it more rare but oh well... Was still very good.
I'll have to pick one up at some point.
One of my favorite spots in NY. Bodied the oysters and lobster roll before I could take photos.
Fried clam slider
Shrimp and avocado slider
Mine clam chowder (also bodied)
Mermaid Inn (aka Mermaid Oyster Bar)
Gotta give a plug to this recipe:
Made it a few times and I keep coming back to it. Finishing up a batch now to carry me through the 3-in-a-row of 13 hour shifts I have coming up tomorrow.
Savage Cabbage? At what point do people realize that they're trying too hard to sound cool
Forgive them, for they know not what they do.
Best breakfast sandwich hands down: sweet potato biscuit, slutty scramble style cheese eggs and roger wood sausage. Place was called biscuit house if I remember correctly. My top 3 were on some type of biscuit, it’s a lost art.
Rarely eat bagels, but the chewiness of them are appreciated.
Forget about the slippage, the fact that there is LITERALLY a glaring hole that means there will be inconsistent parts of the sandwich makes a bagel sandwich a non-preferred bread of choice.
Not for anything, coldcuts on a bagel are
That's one thing that I randomly never do.
Wegmans has a jalapeno/cheese bagel that I mess with. Just a plain bagel with canned jalapenos and cheddar dumped on top. Asthetically it doesn't look like ****. But it's a guilty pleasure of mine every couple of months.
Boiling hot dogs, cultural????
@B Sox , Jalen and Jacoby caller just asked
Practical. But I also think bagels are overrated
I have no idea. I've never boiled a hot dog in my life.
I guess you do it if you don't have a grill?
A par-boil before the grill is appreciated if you don't wan't a dehydrated/wrinkled hot dog.
GOAT approach to cooking hot dogs is to slice them down the middle and throw them in a frying pan/flat top, though.