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#21 Yama

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Posted 29 October 2008 - 1939 PM

I like it simple. Hot chocolate, rye bread and butter.
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#22 Typhoid Maxx

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Posted 30 October 2008 - 1112 AM

Today’s breakfast inspired by TN discussion of same –

Half a can of “Govedi Narezak” – Serbian beef “spam” – fried and layered between two toasted muffins, accompanied by dollops of Hellmann’s mayo, and two creamy scrambled eggs a piece (with plenty of butter, grated cheese, chives, garlic, salt & pepper mixed in).

Monster jug of strong coffee.

Sadly, no OJ or cranberry juice.
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#23 EvanDP

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Posted 30 October 2008 - 1151 AM

Went to the "International House of Cardio-vascular Disease" (aka IHOP) this morning. Had pancakes, two eggs scrambled, sausages and strawberry crepes. I should have a myocardial infarction (heart attack) sometime this afternoon. :)
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#24 Hans Engstrom

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Posted 01 November 2008 - 2127 PM

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One of these. Or if actually home and I have time (once a week generally) it's tea, toast, fried eggs, bacon, fried tomatoes and fried mushrooms, OJ and, given my druthers, baked beans.
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#25 Sikkiyn

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Posted 02 November 2008 - 0012 AM

T-bone steak, scrambled eggs, toast with jam.
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#26 Tzefa

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Posted 02 November 2008 - 0104 AM

I'm afraid I'm gonna have to be stereotypical here: pita with humus & touch of mustard, beef pastrami, cheese (oops... ) & veggies - tomatoes, lettuce, pickles, etc., Sometimes an egg and/or yogurt. Instant coffee at home and an espresso when I get to work.
Alternatively if its chilly, a hot porridge with honey & dried fruit... and whatever piece of meat I find in the fridge on the side : )
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#27 John Dudek

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Posted 02 November 2008 - 2113 PM

I'm thinking about making some home made biscuits and gravy tomorrow morning for the family breakfast, if I can get up early enough to bring it all about. I haven't made that in years.
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Posted 03 November 2008 - 0043 AM

I'm thinking about making some home made biscuits and gravy tomorrow morning for the family breakfast, if I can get up early enough to bring it all about. I haven't made that in years.


Homer Simpson: Mmmm! Biscuits and gravy! ;)
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#29 Sikkiyn

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Posted 03 November 2008 - 0313 AM

Homer Simpson: Mmmm! Biscuits and gravy! ;)


Here is one for you Evan.

Homemade biscuits and Gravy
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Posted 03 November 2008 - 1227 PM

I either eat cereal, waffles, or what I had today, oatmeal with toast coated with spreadable butter and Nutella!
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#31 Jussi Saari

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Posted 07 November 2008 - 1603 PM

Been on a diet as of last January... and strangely enough, it both works and is tasty. The rule is no carbohydrates for breakfast and very little for rest of the day, so basically it's always egg on a pan (fried, omelett, scrambled) in some from, with fried sausage and/or bacon. Sauerkraut with that if there's an open can on the fridge, and coffee of course, two to three big mugs. Tasty, coffee to wake you up, and keeps the hunger away til lunchtime.

Before the diet it used to be salty rye porridge with butter and milk, and sandwiches with salami and/or cheese... sweet things for breakfast is something I was never very fond of.

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#32 John Dudek

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Posted 07 November 2008 - 1938 PM

If I'm in a big hurry in the morning, I make up a sandwich of cherry preserves and extra-crunchy peanut butter heavily smeared on oatmeal bread. I usually wash that down with a large mug of jet black coffee. It always fires me up and gives one the heart of a tiger!
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Posted 08 November 2008 - 1101 AM

If I'm in a big hurry in the morning, I make up a sandwich of cherry preserves and extra-crunchy peanut butter heavily smeared on oatmeal bread. I usually wash that down with a large mug of jet black coffee. It always fires me up and gives one the heart of a tiger!

And for the Eye of the Tiger nothing beats half a dozen raw eggs in a tall glass. Seriously, cherry preserves? You from Travese City?
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#34 John Dudek

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Posted 08 November 2008 - 1153 AM

And for the Eye of the Tiger nothing beats half a dozen raw eggs in a tall glass. Seriously, cherry preserves? You from Travese City?


No, but I've lived in the area on and off ever since I was a kid. I live closer to Flint now.
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Posted 17 November 2008 - 2208 PM

Steel cut oatmeal with raisins and apples soaked the night before. Covered in cinnamon and sugar with a half cup of milk on top.
2 pieces of whole wheat toast lightly buttered.
Pot of strong black coffee.

Same thing every day except once every few months its.


Biscuits and Truck Stop Gravy!

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#36 Dame Karmen

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Posted 17 November 2008 - 2213 PM

It always fires me up and gives one the heart of a tiger!


Grrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr ... Hi Tony

:D :P
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#37 Dame Karmen

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Posted 17 November 2008 - 2217 PM

I rarely eat breakfast but my fave is always (for decades)
pork sausages with easy-over eggs, panfried potatoes with onions,
salt and pepper and rye toast if there's room.

I get cranky with total disappointment if the eggs are over or underdone!!!
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#38 Mike Steele

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Posted 18 November 2008 - 1537 PM

No SOS fans here? :(
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#39 Corinthian

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Posted 18 November 2008 - 1947 PM

SOS?
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#40 John Dudek

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Posted 19 November 2008 - 1304 PM

SOS?



Creamed chip beef on toast, otherwise known as "$hit on a shingle."
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