Breakfast, it’s what’s for dinner

I freely admit that I am a breakfastarian.

I eat breakfast foods for lunch, for dinner and even sometimes for snacks.

Sometimes I mix breakfast items with others such as the French Toast and chicken sandwich I had the other day or the French Toast and turkey burger sandwich or the oven friend chicken and waffles I recently made.

I don’t know where this inclination began. Rarely as a child did we have breakfast at night. As a broke college student I often ate pancakes when I could because they were cheap. Not nutritious mind you because they were made with basically flour and water. And for 99 cents you could buy a tub of syrup. They were filling and tasty enough, that’s all that mattered back then.

But now, omelets, pancakes, waffles, all work their way into a rotation of lunch and dinner menus.

But little did I know that there is a group that celebrates this culture – the Breakfastarians.

Their slogan: See the light. Eat breakfast at night.

For more info go to gobreakastarian.org

 

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