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What did you have for breakfast?

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Jeremiah, May 9, 2013.

  1. Jeremiah

    Jeremiah Well-Known Member

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    One of my favorite things to do is to go out on a morning walk, wander around then stop somewhere to eat. Preferably a place I have never been to before. Sometimes I get a great meal and sometimes not so great.

    I found a new little dinner that I am falling in love with. Locally owned home-style cooking. This is the 2nd time I have eaten there.

    I had a very yummy plate of steak and eggs with a side of bacon. I was very surprised that the steak turned out just how I like it and the bacon was just great. The hash-browns there are tasty, fluffy and buttery but not overly greasy. You could tell whoever was cooking knew what they were doing and not just following a preset format.

    So what did you have for breakfast?
     
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  2. MysticSang'ha

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    Scrambled eggs. One of my favorites.

    We're out of bacon today, though. :sad:
     
  3. Jeremiah

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    Eggs with no bacon!!!! I just can not fathom such an existence....
     
  4. MysticSang'ha

    MysticSang'ha Big Squishy Hugger
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    So does my daughter. She was deeply disappointed this morning.

    The eggs were good, though. As far as I'm concerned, it's food. :yes:
     
  5. Meow Mix

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    According to my frubal meter (hover your mouse over it), frubals.
     
  6. Revoltingest

    Revoltingest I have the kavorka
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    Yogurt
    Banana
    Bacon
    Granola
    (not all mixed together)
     
  7. Jeremiah

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    Were they bacon flavored Frubals?
     
  8. Meow Mix

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    It was a mix of bacon, abortion, and eggs over medium.
     
  9. Sha'irullah

    Sha'irullah رسول الآلهة

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    Some cinnamon black coffee with a human soul to munch on. :D
    I am not a breakfast person
     
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    Leftover homemade vegetarian chili with buttered biscuits hot from the oven!

    Mmm... breakfast!
     
  11. Tarheeler

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    Scrambled eggs with sliced deli turkey mixed in.


    And coffee. Lots and lots of coffee. :yes:
     
  12. Jeremiah

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    Today was a work day, so all I had time for was a cup of coffee.
     
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    Weetbix cereal
    Tea!
     
  14. Jeremiah

    Jeremiah Well-Known Member

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    The dinner called it the Montana Scramble.

    It was hash browns, with cheese, eggs, and ham on top covered by sausage gravy.

    Yummy!
     
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