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Eating late at night – we’ve all done it.
In fact, most of us have been there when the “last call” for drinks goes out at the bar shortly before 2AM.
The first thought that usually comes to mind is, “Let’s go get something to eat!”
Why is it that after an evening of drinking, eating late becomes the next craving to take control of our dimmed senses?
Years ago, those around me who partook of late night activities would eventually end up at a little greasy spoon truck stop diner down in the trucking end of Duluth MN called Jerry Lee’s. For a couple dollars (remember, I said years ago), you would get a mountain of hash browns topped with about a 1/4 lb of real butter, a couple eggs and bacon or sausage. Enough calories to keep you going for the next week!
The Best Drunk Food
Here’s the best late night food in America. See what, when, how, and why to eat when most people aren’t.
By the way, if the nearest all night diner isn’t within walking distance, you better call a cab or carry a breathalyzer just to be safe. This online breathalyzer instantly reveals how drunk you are based on the alcohol you’ve consumed.
Here are 3 websites that will satisfy your late night hunger!
Tips For Eating Late… If You Must
- Eating Late At Night DOES Make You Fat
- The Worst Foods To Eat Late At Night
- How To Eat Late At Night And Still Commercial
- 3 Reasons To Avoid Eating Late
- Tips For Beating Late-Night Eating
- Midnight Mini-Meal Ideas
- How To Break The Late Night Eating Habit
- Why You Crave Late Night Snacking
This video reveals some great late night snacks… if you must:
One of my all-time favorite "hobbies" is cooking at home! I especially enjoy experimenting with new ingredients …and different types of cookware. My specialties are foods that are diabetic-friendly, keto-friendly, and low-carb. I share my favorite recipes and cooking tips here at The Fun Times Guide to Food.