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Old 06-04-2011, 06:53 AM   #1
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What's for breakfast?

I just had my breakfast of pancakes, sausage, eggs, toast.....after eating all that I was wondering what y'all eat for breakfast?
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Old 06-04-2011, 06:54 AM   #2
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BTW....when we vacation we normally eat a huge breakfast, skip lunch and then eat a big supper.
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Old 06-04-2011, 07:32 AM   #3
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Hi: BigLew...Excuse me... I'm on a diet here!!! This 30Day Diet is fabulous!!! So far I've lost 5 days!!!
Your breakfast of carbohydrates, fats, cholesterol, and more carbs& fats just won't do!!!
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Old 06-04-2011, 08:30 AM   #4
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BigLew! Now your talking my language Dam that sounds awesome! Thats my type of breaky...along with BACON!
Unfortunately we are missing a couple of those key ingredients for my usual weekend big breakfast this morning, so I am just drinking strong coffee trying to get motivated to work on the rig...and its new parking spot in our driveway I have been clearing.
I'm also with ya about eating a huge big scrumptiously greasy breakfast to carry me over most of the day...till atleast a beer and a snack before supper.
I love the smell of bacon frying in the cool outside morning air...to me it goes hand in hand with camping!
Have a grateday!
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Old 06-04-2011, 08:47 AM   #5
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The smell of bacon is awesome - except when the bacon is fried inside the camper. Then it takes forever to get it out.
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Good to know Peter...I was hoping since its a small space and with the range hood going and the roof vent open it would air out quickly(since my wife is vegetarian and not a big fan of the smell of fried goods )...guess its back to the outside stove for me and my bacon...
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The smell of bacon is awesome - except when the bacon is fried inside the camper. Then it takes forever to get it out.
Turn the fan to blow "in" and open the window above the stove...
The odors are pushed out the window without even getting to smell up the place to begin with. Heck you can hardly smell it from the dinette while cooking... I almost have to go outside and stand by the port side of the camper to work up an appetite!(lol)
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Turn the fan to blow "in" and open the window above the stove...
The odors are pushed out the window without even getting to smell up the place to begin with. Heck you can hardly smell it from the dinette while cooking... I almost have to go outside and stand by the port side of the camper to work up an appetite!(lol)
We call bacon bear bait. C'here bear, c'here bear.
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Old 06-04-2011, 11:47 AM   #9
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Wheres the Grits?
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Wheres the Grits?
Fryin' in the bacon grease with the

Add a few eggs and a bottle of Mrs. Butterworth's, and Camp Breakfast is served!

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Old 06-04-2011, 12:27 PM   #11
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Turn the fan to blow "in" and open the window above the stove...
The odors are pushed out the window without even getting to smell up the place to begin with. Heck you can hardly smell it from the dinette while cooking... I almost have to go outside and stand by the port side of the camper to work up an appetite!(lol)
There is no window above the stove on this '80 Boler.
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The smell of bacon is awesome - except when the bacon is fried inside the camper. Then it takes forever to get it out.
Why would you want to get the bacon smell out of the camper? I love the smell of bacon! I can't figure out why someone hasn't made a perfume with bacon smell!

Can you imagine a average looking woman walking thru the mall and having the aroma of "thick sliced Bacon"? I bet ever guy in the mall would follow her! I'd break out the lettuce, tomatoe and mayo! haha...just kiddin.
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Wheres the biscuits and gravy?
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Old 06-04-2011, 02:45 PM   #14
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Why would you want to get the bacon smell out of the camper? I love the smell of bacon! I can't figure out why someone hasn't made a perfume with bacon smell!

Can you imagine a average looking woman walking thru the mall and having the aroma of "thick sliced Bacon"? I bet ever guy in the mall would follow her! I'd break out the lettuce, tomatoe and mayo! haha...just kiddin.


oooops ..my bad on the tomato!
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