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For me it's a toss up between kielbasa and pre cooked sausage links. I cut a four inch hunk of kielbasa down the middle and fry it along with potatoes and onions. I serve the kielbasa to the side of the potatoes and put a fried egg on top of the potato. Yum.

Two sausage links are good on a piece of toast, and topped with a poached egg.

Bacon? Sausage patty? Not for me when I'm doing the cooking.

Ham? Diced and in an omelet filling sometimes. Sometimes a piece of ham steak along with an omelet filled with mushroom and spinach.

Steak? Never.
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I like it all as long as I have my eggs over easy to go with it....along with some of those string hash browns.

I like biscuits and sausage gravy with my eggs as well.
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Obviously ya'll ain't from the South...Good country sausage with a little sage is a distant second...but they ain't but one # ONE...BACON, Bacon, bacon...then mo bacon...YEAH!
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Is bacon a southern thing? It thought it was all about ham. That's what I look for when I'm in the south. There's a lot of good ham available, and in many different ways of making it.

The only remarkable bacon I've ever had in the south was bacon with rind still on it. Chewy and good. Wish I could find some more. Otherwise, bacon I've had in the south has been just ordinary in terms of quality.

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My own sausage. I like bulk and links but prefer the links. Second to that is bacon. Like pork steak and eggs and venison back strap and eggs once in a while too. Id say sausage is king in this house but my wife would argue for bacon.

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Sausage, eggs over easy, grits with sausage gravy over them. I can easily substitute bacon, itís certainly more common on my plate.


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I have never had sausage gravy. But that does remind me of something.

Chicken fried steak. I have tried that. I do like it. It was at a restaurant. Not the kind of thing I want to eat with any regularity, but it was tasty. There was gravy on it, but did not have sausage in the gravy.
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now if you want to think you've died and gone to heaven. Slice some taters and onion and fry them in butter. Then take some venison back strap or cube steak and chicken fry it. Lay that steak on top of the potatoes and ladel on some sausage gravy. If I was getting executed tommarow that's the meal id ask for! For breakfast it would be home made bucuits with scambled egg with some cheddar cheese added over the biscuits then a few sausage patties on top of that and sausage gravy ladeled over that. Sausage gravy is one of the main food groups in my house. Week doesn't go by that sausage gravy or venison aren't used for a meal AT LEAST once. Heck ill even salute the southerners once in a while and make grits but it has to have sausage gravy on them. Used to do them with bacon grease but that's a even a bit unhealthy for me.
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Chicken fried steak. I have tried that. I do like it. It was at a restaurant. Not the kind of thing I want to eat with any regularity, but it was tasty. There was gravy on it, but did not have sausage in the gravy.

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I have never had sausage gravy. But that does remind me of something.



Chicken fried steak. I have tried that. I do like it. It was at a restaurant. Not the kind of thing I want to eat with any regularity, but it was tasty. There was gravy on it, but did not have sausage in the gravy.


Chop some sausage into that cook it to release flavor, and youíve got sausage gravy.


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now if you want to think you've died and gone to heaven. Slice some taters and onion and fry them in butter. Then take some venison back strap or cube steak and chicken fry it. Lay that steak on top of the potatoes and ladel on some sausage gravy. If i was getting executed tommarow that's the meal id ask for! For breakfast it would be home made bucuits with scambled egg with some cheddar cheese added over the biscuits then a few sausage patties on top of that and sausage gravy ladeled over that. Sausage gravy is one of the main food groups in my house. Week doesn't go by that sausage gravy or venison aren't used for a meal at least once. Heck ill even salute the southerners once in a while and make grits but it has to have sausage gravy on them. Used to do them with bacon grease but that's a even a bit unhealthy for me.
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i have never had sausage gravy. But that does remind me of something.

Chicken fried steak. I have tried that. I do like it. It was at a restaurant. Not the kind of thing i want to eat with any regularity, but it was tasty. There was gravy on it, but did not have sausage in the gravy.
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