A Classic Winter Breakfast

The Teacher's Table

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I grew up in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan on a large farm. It would start snowing before Halloween and the snow wouldn’t stop sometimes until April. Needless to say, I was always freezing. Mr. Teacher is always teasing me because I love the sun now. I soak it up like a lizard. I like to say it’s because I never warmed up and that is why I now live in Southern Florida.

Anyway, as a child my dad would make us breakfast on the weekends. Our favorite thing was always Old School Chipped Beef Gravy  served with 2 slices of toasted white bread that was broken into chunks in a big bowl with lots of freshly cracked black pepper. We would eat it in the living room while watching cartoons together.

To this day it brings back memories of being a little girl and the frigid winters up north. While it doesn’t always get cold down here in the sunshine state, I still make this breakfast a few times a year. I think you will enjoy it too.  When you want a hearty, filling, tasty, quick breakfast that will feed several people without spending a fortune, make Old School Chipped Beef Gravy.




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    Brandyn 6 years ago

    This looks so yummy! I’ve had chipped beef gravy before, but I never thought of it as breakfast food! I’ll have to give this a try this winter!

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    Victoria 6 years ago

    I love chipped beef gravy and toast. Our mother use to make this for breakfast and sometimes for dinner, usually for dinner served over biscuits.

    • I never would’ve thought to serve it with biscuits. I will have to try it.

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    Elsbeth Thurston 6 years ago

    I love that there are always specific recipes that bring you back to your childhood!

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    Demure Daily 6 years ago

    Ive never tried Chipped Beef Gravy and toast before but it looks delicious! Ill have to give this a try soon. Great share!

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    Neely Moldovan (@Neelykins) 6 years ago

    This would be perfect today! Its pretty frigid in Dallas!

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