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    A recent graduate of The Culinary Institute of America, I found myself with no money, no kitchen equipment, and an exceptionally huge appetite. Ideas, improvisations, and yummy meal solutions were discovered in the kitchen of my very first apartment.
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Quick Dinner Idea: Breakfast for Dinner

There are a lot of breakfast lovers in this world…but I’m not one of them. I used to love diners that would serve lunch foods all day long, and my favorite thing about flying was that airport food was rarely restricted by “normal” meal times. I am, however, an egg lover. In Spain, I tasted the glory of a fried egg on a burger, and since then, I’ve pretty much liked a fried egg on just about anything. And because of that, I became a big fan of breakfast. The best thing about breakfast, is it’s quick, savory, and usually cheap. So here’s an idea for you to try out the next time you have breakfast for dinner: creamy grits (add your favorite cheese if you like), caramelized onion, and a fried egg. If you want, add bacon, sausage, or any other veggies. It’s fast and oh-so good.


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