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Sunnyside Up

bacon and eggs ornament Sunnyside Up 32080 Old World Christmas
The Sunnyside Up ornament has been extremely popular this year at Trendy Tree. The ornament from Old World Christmas has bacon and eggs on one side and a smiling sunshine face on the other. According to Wikipedia the full breakfast traditionally comprises several fried foods, usually including bacon and eggs, and is popular throughout the British Isles and other parts of the English-speaking world. The name "Bacon and eggs" was made popular by Edward Bernays in the 1920s. To promote sales of bacon, he conducted a survey of physicians and reported their recommendations that people eat hearty breakfasts. He sent the results of the survey to 5,000 physicians, along with publicity touting bacon and eggs as a hearty breakfast.
Bacon and Eggs
A full North American breakfast (Canada and USA) consists of eggs, a "breakfast meat" such as bacon, ham, or sausage, scrapple, pork roll, spam or even steak or country fried steak; fried potatoes such as hash browns or home fries; toasted white, wheat, rye or some other bread, such as English muffins or bagels; fruit or fruit juice, and tea or, usually, coffee. It is often referred to as a "country breakfast" in many areas of the Midwestern United States. The terms "fry" and "full breakfast" are not generally used in North America, though hotels generally distinguish between a light "continental breakfast" and a hot, cooked breakfast. In the Southern United States the meal is typically known as a "big breakfast" or "Sunday breakfast" and may add or replace elements of the above with: grits, toast or biscuits with white gravy, pancakes, cinnamon rolls or similar sweet pastries. psstttt......in Mississippi there is also such as thing as "chocolate gravy".......but I've never made it)))))
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