bacon and eggs

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Synonyms for bacon and eggs

European forage plant having claw-shaped pods introduced in America

eggs (fried or scrambled) served with bacon

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Considering the high levels of cholesterol and saturated fat in both eggs and bacon, the area may as well be called 'Heart Attack Bay,' " said Ashley Fruno, PETA Australia associate director of campaigns.
No dressing, dressing on the side, skip the eggs and bacon, add chicken to a particular salad instead of fish -- the sky's the limit.
Surprisingly though, recent evidence suggests that not only are consumers increasingly opting for eggs and bacon to provide a substantial start to the day, but also as items that can be prepared quickly.
Traditionalists will be pleased to know that they do not have to go entirely without their eggs and bacon.
A big breakfast used to mean either eggs and bacon or pancakes and sausage or an omelet and hash browns.
Parents should remember that they are establishing a lifetime eating pattern for children - and eating eggs and bacon for breakfast every day could set kids up for heart disease later in life.
Traditional eggs and bacon and toast with butter is not a great idea," said CSUN's Grossman.