Breakfast for dinner -- or brinner, if you will -- is no new concept. Waffles and pancakes have been untraditionally cooked up for the day's final meal for ages. But eggs don't seem to get much time in the brinner limelight; they show up on brunch menus, sure, but oftentimes, restaurants will stop serving them once the clock strikes noon.
This is unfortunate, since eggs are such a scrumptious and nutrient-dense superfood with the potential to taste delicious at any meal. For one, the incredible, edible egg is packed with protein. One large egg contains a little more than six grams of the stuff (yolk included, egg white lovers). The a...
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