If you've ever woken up extremely hungry, and needed to eat something more than a slice of toast, you'll probably go for the bacon. But bacon alone, although extremely satisfying, still leaves something more to be desired (hear me out). what you really need is the Texas Stack.

Step 1: What You'll Need

2 slices of thick cut bacon (cut in half)
2 Eggs
2 pieces of bread (per stack, not pictured)
Instant Gravy mix of your choice
1 slice of processed cheese (because it melts faster and with less heat than normal cheese. Can substitute with a slice or two of real cheese.)
Spatula, not pictured
<p>or you could scratch-make peppered cream gravy.</p><p>2 tbsp bacon drippings</p><p>3 tbsp flour</p><p>1 1/2 tsp coarse black pepper</p><p>1/2 tsp onion powder</p><p>1/8 tsp garlic powder<br> 1 small can evaporated milk (6 oz)</p><p>1/2 milk can water</p><p>Brown the flour in the drippings until about almond-colored. Stir in the water and remove lumps, then add the seasonings and cook until slightly thickened. Beat in evaporated milk and heat through. </p>
That sounds (and looks) awfully delicious (though me cardiologist [if I had one] would disagree). I'm getting hungry but it is definitely not the time for that.... yet...<br>But, please for a European reader, what is that 'gravy' thing? Looks like a kind of white sauce. Can you please give some kind of explanation, how would you prepare it if you wouldn't buy it ready-made, what are the ingredients? <br><br>Adding some canned (or fresh) white mushrooms might be nice, like a toast 'escalope chasseur' style. (Schnitzel with mushroom sauce) <br><br>Damn. I'm hungry now... Shouldn't read Instructable's feed around midnight...
Oops, sorry, didn't get it on the first read:<br> <br> <em>With the bacon grease still in the pan, now with all the extra goodies [fat ;-) ]from the eggs, pour any liquid mixture your gravy requires, along ...<br> .</em><br> So, I take the liberty to guess that the '<em>powder </em>' is some kind of starch/flour mix plus some seasoning (let me guess: salt, black pepper, MSG). [Still, an exact list of the ingredients would be nice] And I'm still hungry....<br> <br>
The powder is actually Tony Chachere's Creole White Gravy Mix (you can buy it at most grocery stores), and the ingredients are flour, chicken bouillon, and silicon dioxide to prevent clumping and caking

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