What's For Breakfast...

Discussion in 'The Observation Bar' started by raiderrescuer, Jun 4, 2006.

  1. Touchofevil

    Touchofevil

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    Bacon would be the key ingredient for me.
    Although, coffee is a part of my every morning ritual.
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  2. Touchofevil

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    A cheesy fried egg with turkey sausage on a homemade biscuit, again. It was so very enjoyable.
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  3. MisterCairo

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    Two fried eggs and a bowl of some kind of Cheerio/nuts/clusters. And seven cups of coffee...
     
  4. Apple Fritter and a black coffee.
     
  5. Harp

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    Coffee, scrambled eggs, bacon. And a corn bread muffin.
     
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  6. Seb Lucas

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    Black coffee. I eat at lunch, never earlier.
     
  7. MisterCairo

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    The usual - fried eggs and haggis...

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  8. belfastboy

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    It is just below freezing here, a little bit of snow......def a porridge kind of morning! and a second cup of coffee.
     
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  9. Harp

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    Coffee and cinnamon rolls, decadently delicious.
     
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  10. Harp

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    A mug of hot java, bagel, Lounge.
     
  11. Touchofevil

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    Homemade Bacon, fried egg, and cheese on a biscuit along with a thin-sliced ham, fried egg, and cheese on a biscuit with seasonned garlic potatoes.
    :D
     
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  12. Turnip

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    Cold Döner from yesterday

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  13. Touchofevil

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    Cheesy fried egg, country potatoes, sausage, and toast.
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  14. Turnip

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    Rolled oats with blueberries, as usual.
     
  15. Harp

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    Coffee, bacon, scrambled eggs, toast. MSNBC.
     
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  16. Touchofevil

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    I stopped at Bacon just to ruminate for a few seconds on its wonder.
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  17. MisterCairo

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    Toasted fried egg sandwich with mayo. Coffee, natch...
     
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  18. Harp

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    Ditto me this morning. Half asleep, coffee mug slurp, and bacon and eggs. Just looked, wondered.
    Wonderful. :D
     
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  19. MisterCairo

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    Porridge, brown sugar and milk added.
     
  20. Tiki Tom

    Tiki Tom Call Me a Cab

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    “Farmer’s Breakfast” which is essentially sliced, pan fried potatoes. Then you slice in whatever leftover meat you might have, crack some eggs on top and mix it all up. Then, finally, grate some cheese on top and let it melt. All done in the cast iron skillet, of course. Usually we don’t have to eat again until dinner. :)
     

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