Breakfast for Dinner

Some nights there is nothing more that I want than breakfast food for dinner.  While crispy bacon, fluffy eggs, and pancakes drenched in syrup often conjure up images of lazy Saturday mornings with the family still in pajamas or Sunday brunch surrounded by friends; it also stirs up memories of chilly winter nights and warm kitchens aglow with laughter as pancakes are flipped and eggs are cracked.  For me, breakfast for dinner can comes in the form of a buttered slice of toast slicing into a still runny yolk surrounded in a fried egg white.  Nestled among a smattering of hash browns and sliced cherry tomatoes, it is often accompanied by a slice of bacon and topped with a sprinkle of salt and pepper.  Other times, I’ll craft the perfect waffles or pancakes stuffed with unsweetened shredded coconut and blueberries, strawberries, or chocolate chips.  They’re then topped with fruit and syrup or whipped cream.  Be it savory or sweet, breakfast for dinner is a tasty treat that can incorporate any number of delicious foods and satisfy any number of cravings.  It is comfort food at its best

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