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    I had to make my own BOB. The long missed breakfast on a bun. Tennessee Pride hot sausage, a fresh from the chicken fried egg, a slice of cheese, and a bunch grilled with a bit of clarified butter until crispy on the edges.
    I got so carried away I was almost finished with it before I thought about photos. It certainly was delicious
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    Sounds delicious. We just threw something together quickly so we could start on lunch preparation.
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    I fixed it while I was boiling 30 eggs for deviled eggs. I had a few minutes.
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    I know a recipe for a Breakfast on a bun that will make you never look back , just saying
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    Quote Originally Posted by DockShootinJack View Post
    I had to make my own BOB. The long missed breakfast on a bun. Tennessee Pride hot sausage, a fresh from the chicken fried egg, a slice of cheese, and a bunch grilled with a bit of clarified butter until crispy on the edges.
    I got so carried away I was almost finished with it before I thought about photos. It certainly was delicious
    Sometimes the simplest things are just about all that
    sum kawl me tha outlaw ketchn whales

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ketchn View Post
    I know a recipe for a Breakfast on a bun that will make you never look back , just saying
    Would love to hear it.
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    [QUOTE=Ketchn;4313480]Sometimes the simplest things are just about all that [/QUOTE
    Simple is usually best
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    Tennessee Pride got me cooking at 8 years old. Brand new to New Orleans back then. I stood on a Nabisco Saltines Cracker Can, they were metal then also. Gave me enough lift to keep my arms clear of the spattering grease, I didn't have much of a throttle either, cooked everything hot. Still my favorite packaged sausage.
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    The hot has a fair amount of heat for packaged goods. I will probably have to have another one in the morning.
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    I remember those old cracker tins. Mom had one when I was growing up. I see then for a good bit of money in the antique shops. Who knew at the time.
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