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Discussion in 'All Other Discussions' started by Marcia, Dec 28, 2008.
Where do you like to go for breakfast when you eat out?
Let's debate it!
we like crackerbarrel also, not much else around here that doesn't serve greasy food. We used to like Shoney's but their eggs make me sick (I mean actually) now so we quite eating there. Mostly I prefer eating at home, I know my food isn't greasy and is low fat.
A group of 4-8 of us from up to 3 area churches meet at the greasy spoon every Sunday morning at 6:30 am. (we tip well to ease the pain of having someone work for us on the Sabbath) I guess that is OK since we let our womenfolk talk in Church.
There is no debate going on here. Someone needs to get nasty.
Cracker Barrel is ungodly.
They have all that good food and then when you try to go pay, you see all those doo dads in their store that you just have to have and before you know it, you've spent all your grocery money.
I think people who eat at crackerbarrel just need to control themselves, and buy only 5 or 6 extra unneeded items, instead of using all the grocery money just spend some of it.
Cracker Barrel is good. Bob Evans is good. Either one is good if I'm travelling. Here in the great northeast of Philly, the Mayfair Diner is good. Twas good enough for both Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama this past election season. Their coffee is a local brand called Lacas. Enough caffiene to keep you shaky all day! Another great place is Nifty Fifty's. Freshly cut potatoes for the hashbrowns and freshly squeezed orange juice--all for under 7 bucks.
I'm with the rev and I like the Uncle Hershel's breakfast. No moderation for me! Bob evans is Good but Crakerbarrel gets props. I have a personal distaste for Perkins! And Shoneys! But especially Perkins.
Paul's Pancake Parlor.
When I was in the US i liked Cracker Barrel. But nothing beat a good local metro-Detroit coney island restaurant for breakfast. They were cheap and good.
That being said however, I am not a big breakfast person- coffee and toast with jam or a pastry is good enough for me.
OK. Those of you who eat large breakfasts have no compassion for the starving millions around the globe. Don´t you know that you should share your wealth with others and if you don´t the government will have to help you redistribute it for you.
==I'm glad someone finally has the courage to expose Crakerbarrel. All of that good food and their neat little gift shops. Evil!!!
==There is a hamburger place in town that I go to once and a while for breakfast. Nothing like a cheeseburger first thing in the morning. I am not a big breakfast food fan. Once and a while I will eat a sausage biscuit as long as it is not from McDonalds. I can't stand McDonalds biscuits. Too much buttermilk and the sausage tastes funny.
Crackerbarrel... Uncle Hershels breakfast... plus a pancake!
I ate there last week on vacation...
I actually ate the grits for the first time! I liked them! (had to add sugar and butter though)
I prefer to sleep through those evil breakfasts and just start with lunch.:sleep:
SUGAR!?! You have desecrated the sacredness of grits. Butter is fine. Cheese is great. But never, NEVER sugar!!
BTW, I've often wondered how long it takes to harvest just one bowl of grits. Those things are tiny. To you have to pick them with tweezers?
As for the Cracker Barrel breakfast, it's Momma's Pancake Breakfast! Hard to beat!
You go to both places for breakfast and then add a pancake from your pocket?