Maybe it’s time for brunch to make way for brinner.
The “brunch” concept has been around since the 1890s, when British college students came up with the word for having a later Sunday breakfast after Saturday drinking binges.
But brinner is another idea: Eating breakfast foods for dinner because you love them.
It must be a real word. It’s in the Urban Dictionary, and it’s turning up on the food-trend lists, part of a larger movement toward eating what you…