The origins of the Gabber go back to it's most raw form, one fried egg on a piece of white bread. In those early days the Gabber was jockying for position alongside the now defunct Grilled Guvee (Grilled Government issue cheese on WIC bread). By 1992 the Gabber was being constructed with bacon and later grilled ham and soon after that, hot and/or sweet sausage. The name Gabber has always remained, but often referred to by it's meat additive such as; Double-Edge Bacon, Ham Gabber. The sausage sandwiches are referred to as Hot-Bone Gabber, and Candy-Ass Gabber respectively.
Gee I'm hungry this morning. A Gabber would really hit the spot.
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