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My breakfast preferences have changed over time. When I was a kid, my favorite food for breakfast was rice, fried eggs, and any type of breakfast meat—sausages, bacon, or beef strips. When I became a teenager, my breakfast preferences went from rice to bread. I still loved eggs and meat in the morning, but instead of rice, I preferred bread. College was a bit hectic. My breakfasts were usually composed of milk and cereal; or peanut butter and jelly sandwiches—the easy grab-and-go breakfast. When I started working, my breakfast was composed of anything that I could snatch off the fridge, which was convenient but not really ideal. Who wouldn’t want a proper breakfast?
On weekends, I love preparing myself a hearty breakfast meal, something that I could enjoy while reading the morning newspaper and drinking my fresh cup of coffee. Since I love sugarless, black coffee, I usually prepare pancakes or waffles with berry syrup and whipped cream. But there are also times when sugar just overwhelms me. So I long for something that’s not sweet instead. This sausage hashbrown casserole that I found over at All Recipes is something that I haven’t tried before. It’s something different, easy to make, and looks really good to eat.
Photo courtesy of Food.com. Recipe courtesy of All Recipes.
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