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Breakfast At Crocker Barrel, Nevada

ON The way to Grand Canyon, we stopped by Cracker Barrel for our breakfast... Something very new to us cos they do not have this in California but in Nevada.  
Looks very country and cowboy-ish..... Upon entering, it loks like an old country store....
This is the cashier counter... I biught some stuff here....
The prices are very reasonable and lots of stuff to choose from.....
From clothing, gardening, toys, souvenirs....
Snacks and bottles of jam and desserts....
Then we have to enter another door for our breakie....
Looks cozy, right?
The crowd shows that the food must be pretty good here!
Yes, made frikm Scratch....
Our breakie consists of this....
Fench toasts 
Sausages tat looks like patties....
Pancakes...so yummy!!
And my singnature to end it all.....

Comments

  1. Grand Cayan is a place where I miss it....

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  2. See your pancake makes me crave for it, hehe...

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  3. All the breakie sets looks good. 2 eggs for each set. Yumzzzz!!!

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  4. Oversea, I will always go for their BIG breakfast...and it's really big! Lots of goodies...love it so much!

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  5. Hmmm...I see bacon and eggs!

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  6. Nice! Enjoy your trip there! Love the country feel to the shop. Breakfast looks yummy too! =D

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  7. OMG! Bacon, eggs, toast and pancakes! I miss these American food! :(

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  8. Eggs, bacon, yummzzz !! The sausage patties look like chocolate cookies, haha..

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  9. The eggs look good. We feel like we are in US with you by reading your posts. Thanks for taking the tiime to post even though you are on a working vacation. :)

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