Let’s normalize breakfast for dinner

I think just about everyone would agree that waking up to the smell of bacon and eggs cooking for breaky is always a good thing. Unless you’re a vegetarian or a vegan, because I’m not entirely sure how many vegetarian/vegan options exist in the breakfast food realm. But, for those of us who do eat meat and animal by-products, rolling out of bed to that smell along with a steaming hot cup of coffee is a damn great way to start any day.

Now imagine that same scent, but instead of smelling it upon waking up, you’re smelling it as dinnertime approaches.

Anyone who is a fan of having breakfast foods for dinner will more than likely agree that breakfast for dinner is the shit. I don’t know what the hell it is about eating breakfast for dinner that is so delicious and satisfying, but it is, and anyone who disagrees is lying to themselves.

That might be a slightly dramatic statement, but you get my point. Breakfast foods can be consumed and enjoyed at all hours of the day, not strictly before noon.

There are some folks who perceive the concept of eating breakfast for dinner as borderline barbaric, and to those people, I say your loss. Certain people really get their panties in a wad when it comes to the concept of eating atypical foods at a given hour during the day, but if you can get steak and eggs for breakfast, with steak often being consumed at dinner, why the fuck can’t one enjoy some solid eggies at suppertime?

Not only is breakfast for dinner often a relatively easy and quick meal option, but because eggs are so versatile, there are plenty of different ways you can prepare them. And, really, if you’re having breakfast for dinner, it doesn’t necessarily have to be the stereotypical conceptualization of breakfast such as eggs and bacon. It could be waffles, pancakes, French toast, sausage links, ham, grits, porridge, eggs benedict, egg tortillas, a breakfast casserole, a hash, or whatever the hell you want, really.

Let’s normalize having breakfast for dinner. Life is too short to miss out on this fantastic experience.

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