Regional breakfast foods you can make at home

American breakfast can be whatever you make of it. It can be the leftover pizza you pop in the microwave in the morning, a slice of last night’s birthday cake or a traditional recipe you learned from grandma. However, some foods and flavors are undoubtedly tied to the corner of the country where they originated or gained widespread popularity. With these recipes, you can make regional favorites at home.

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