Thursday, July 31, 2014

A Southern Summer Breakfast

Kathy and the Texas grand kids are visiting and this was an easy meal for a crowd.  I debated about whether to title this post as I did or as "THE Summer Southern Breakfast."  Either way, it was delicious - frozen biscuits (always Pillsbury for us), from-our-garden maters, sliced cheese (one cheddar & one pepper jack), and Wrights bacon (our back-up to Benton’s), and a locally grown cantaloupe.




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Have a great day and thanks for stopping by Almost Heaven South.

Larry

7/31/14 meal date

13 comments:

  1. Wow that looks awesome, and bet is very tasty.
    Thanks for the idea!

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  2. Mmmmm....I could handle that for lunch, too!

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  3. I can't imagine who wouldn't be happy with this breakfast. Wrights is our back-up bacon too.
    Sam

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  4. Perfect breakfast in SUMMER with the fresh fruit and maters!!! YUM...

    Enjoy your grandchildren...
    Hugs,
    Betsy

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  5. Larry, Now this is a truly great looking breakfast! Good to the last bite... Take Care, Big Daddy Dave

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  6. Always like a good breakfast sandwich.

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  7. What a great way to start a summer day. I've got ripe cherry tomatoes in the garden but my big slicing tomatoes haven't ripened yet.

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  8. Looks mighty tasty to me, especially with home grown tomatoes!

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  9. That's my kind of breakfast! It looks delicious and I'd probably add a fried egg to it. I've never heard of either bacon, bet it's good though and home-grown maters, perfect! Have a great weekend!

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  10. I'm sure that could be a Texas breakfast too :) Enjoy your family and I know they'll enjoy lots of good cooking while they're with you!

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  11. I love breakfast sandwiches and this looks really good. I just need to get another tomato from my plants. We've had so much cool weather and rain that they're all pink.

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  12. Looks good to me except for the cantaloup. Working with a bad batch of those for weeks on end in a produce department in high school turned me off of cantaloups forever. Just the smell makes my eyes water to this day.

    The biscuits are making me crave gravy biscuits.

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