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Terribly good

Posted by chris on Sep 2nd, 2009

The Reggie Deluxe

Today’s breakfast: A buttermilk biscuit sandwich, filled with fried chicken, thick-cut bacon, cheddar cheese and a fried egg, topped with sausage gravy. All before 7:30 AM.

I’m wandering around Portland, Oregon this week, trying all the local eateries. This behemoth of a sandwich is known as The Reggie Deluxe and is available at Pine State Biscuits. If you’re searching for a meal that can simultaneously start and end your day, look no further.

The Reggie Deluxe

Every component of this fork-and-knife sandwich is well-prepared. Biscuit? Freshly baked. Chicken? Crispy and moist. Bacon? Thick and chewy. All the individual ingredients come together to form this super sandwich (that requires super arteries, should you choose to eat the whole thing.)

I had to travel across state lines, but I finally found a morning meal that rivals the dangerous breakfast burrito from Rose’s Cafe. Thanks Pine State Biscuits!

Pine State Biscuits

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You know what else is terribly good? Prosciutto stuffed flank steak. Amirite?

From the East Coast:

If Pine State Biscuits could sell these online I’d be one happy morning person.

Goodness! Now if I can only find a way to replicate this at home! (We don’t have biscuits in Malaysia, I’m afraid. Here, “biscuits” are really cookies.)

@Life for Beginners: Screw it. Make it with cookies. Can’t be any worse for you, haha.

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