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Who said we can't have pancakes for dinner? who said we can't have hamburgers for breakfast? Who decreed that certain foods were strictly for morning and certain foods were strictly for dinner? For me it's weird, I know it's just food but I don't know maybe it's the norm but what do you guys think?
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Eggs can be eaten at any meal in Mexican cuisine
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Breakfast for dinner is a really fun way to spice up a meal plan. You can also eat dinner leftovers as a breakfast if you wake up and find yourself really hungry.

I think the original concept was that breakfast food was faster to make than dinner food, but that isn't the case any more. You can spend as much or as little time in the kitchen as you want to.
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Who even eats breakfast
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Kitahoshi_Hazel wrote:

Breakfast for dinner is a really fun way to spice up a meal plan. You can also eat dinner leftovers as a breakfast if you wake up and find yourself really hungry.

I think the original concept was that breakfast food was faster to make than dinner food, but that isn't the case any more. You can spend as much or as little time in the kitchen as you want to.


Yes! Breakfast for dinner is so good! I like eating it more for dinner than at breakfast time!
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I eat once every 14-17 hours. So it's all breakfast/dinner/lunch to me :D. Be it stew, eggs, or steak or even sandwiches and soups :D

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Posted 10/15/15 , edited 10/15/15
there is never a wrong time for pancakes
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horrorshow77 wrote:

Who said we can't have pancakes for dinner? who said we can't have hamburgers for breakfast? Who decreed that certain foods were strictly for morning and certain foods were strictly for dinner? For me it's weird, I know it's just food but I don't know maybe it's the norm but what do you guys think?


This is every Perkins ad ever. Seriously.
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Posted 10/15/15
Love breakfast for dinner I wish my place always smelled like fresh bacon cooking
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Posted 10/15/15
When I was in university, our cafeteria would sometimes have breakfast for dinner, which was delicious. Sweet food and pancakes everywhere.
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I eat whatever I want, whenever I want.
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mcdonalds obviously heard your request
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Hell yeah. Bacon and eggs, French Toast, pancakes...! It's all good.
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Posted 10/15/15 , edited 10/17/15
It's already hard enough to have breakfast for breakfast. But every once in a while, I'll just suddenly arrive at Denny's for some pancakes.

Mind you, I'm already not in a sound state of mind...I didn't choose Denny's, Denny's chose me.
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Posted 10/17/15
Yesss, if i have some food i'll eat it whenever i want, there shouldn't be a time to eat a certain type of food.
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