I have posted before about making baked potato skins. This is one of the boys' favorites, and it's really not that hard or time consuming, as long as I remember to bake the potatoes the night before. Then I just halve them, scoop out the centers, and garnish with filling and toppings.
My usual skins have bacon, cheddar, sour cream, and green onions. But, this past weekend, Burt and I did up a smoked beef brisket (which was to-die-for fantastic).
No matter how wonderful it is, though, three of us at home cannot eat 8 pounds of meat in one sitting. Leftovers are inspiration of some of the best things to eat.
Here's my new skins combo. Brush barbeque sauce on the skins, top with chopped brisket, and cheddar, and put back in the oven for about 10 to 15 minutes to warm everything up.
It's not a traditional breakfast taste, but it is very satisfying and delicious.