Leftover Roast Beef Hash
Our family always has leftover roast beef and this recipe is a great way to finish it up!
The Sarge's Goetta - German Breakfast Treat
This is of German origin, and I have never seen it anywhere except in the Greater Cincinnati Metro area. I typically make this once a year when winter is coming. To serve, slice into thin slices and fry like bacon.
Corned Beef Potato Pancakes
This recipe is fantastic for breakfast. Serve with or without eggs. We love these on a Sunday morning.
Lorne-Style Fresh Breakfast Sausage
Lorne is a fresh, uncured, uncased, spiced sausage traditionally served as a Scottish breakfast staple. The spice combination is more reminiscent of a French meat pie or a black pudding rather than an American country sausage. Lorne is traditionally served with soft potato flatbreads called "Tatties."
One Skillet Corned Beef Hash Breakfast
Corned beef, onions, green bell pepper, eggs, diced tomatoes with green chiles and cheese cooked in one skillet for a delicious breakfast.
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The Best Chicken Fried Steak
This chicken fried steak recipe is a Southern dish your family will love!
Mauigirl's Loco Moco
Bring a touch of Hawaii to your home with this island favorite. Ground beef, gravy, rice & eggs make an ono (yummy) breakfast that will please your ohana (family). I serve freshly sliced pineapple on the side for a complete island breakfast.
Joe's Special Scramble
A delicious scramble great for any meal of the day! This is a Seattle favorite!
Corned Beef Waffles
Here is a family favorite recipe that while it sounds strange is very tasty and has won over everyone who has tried it. It was born out of wartime in the Philippines we believe. Typically served for breakfast with butter or margarine. Not a sweet waffle. Best in a standard waffle iron (not Belgian).
Creamed Chip Beef Casserole
Dried chip beef with scrambled eggs and bacon casserole! This is great as a fix-ahead dish and it freezes nicely as well. I say that this will serve 10, but folks love it so much they generally go back for more!