What's For Breakfast...

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

  1. MisterCairo

    MisterCairo I'll Lock Up

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    Love it...
     
  2. MisterCairo

    MisterCairo I'll Lock Up

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    Beans and franks...
     
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  3. Turnip

    Turnip One Too Many

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    German Poppy-Semmel, French butter, Spanish ham and Italian hazelnut cream, along with coffee from my last pack of Carte Noir...

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  4. MisterCairo

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    Irish sauagaes, eggs over easy and hard a slice of haggis left over from the other day!

    No kippers, so almost a Vegan's Nightmare...
     
  5. belfastboy

    belfastboy I'll Lock Up

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    Tomorrow is Sunday brunch...wife is making waffles with fresh strawberries and whipped cream toppings.....its a good day.
     
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  6. MisterCairo

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    Porridge, yogurt and two fresh peaches. Coffee, natch...
     
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  7. MisterCairo

    MisterCairo I'll Lock Up

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    I call this the GTCB:

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  8. Harp

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    "Stars and Stripes"---Army mess hall slang for beans and franks, coffee...payday mess grub since
    everybody is out getting a slice of cow.

    Skipped a meal this dawn, just a cup or three of joe.
     
  9. MisterCairo

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    Two fried eggs and coffee.
     
  10. Touchofevil

    Touchofevil

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    Bacon, cheesy fried eggs, hash browns, toast and coffee. No leftovers at all. My plate looked like it hadn’t been used.
    :D
     
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  11. Harp

    Harp I'll Lock Up

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    Out of joe. Out of everything really. And entirely too comfortable to move. Need to get my ass in gear.
    Options exist: Flapjacks; Beverly Bakery, The Black Oak. And Dunkin Donuts just down the street,
    grab a box of mixed munchkins or just plain jane munchkins. Coffee. Or, CVS. Across the street.
    Eggs, spam, corned beef hash. Pick up a can of Folgers or Maxwell House, whatever on sale'll do.

    But first dig through the kitchen trash canister bag for used coffee grounds caught inside paper filters,
    enough residual grounds for brewing a small pot.
     
  12. Touchofevil

    Touchofevil

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    Bacon, sausage, cheesy scrambled eggs, country red potatoes, English muffins, and apple juice.
    :D
     
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  13. dh66

    dh66

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    Black coffee, a cinnamon roll, chorizo and egg tacos, steamed shrimp, and Jack Daniels and lemonade cocktails.

    Happy father's day to all the fellow dads out there.
     
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  14. Touchofevil

    Touchofevil

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    Bacon, cheesy scrambled eggs, country red potatoes, English muffins, and apple juice.
    :D
     
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  15. MisterCairo

    MisterCairo I'll Lock Up

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    Sausage, refried potatoes, coffee.
     
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  16. Hercule

    Hercule Practically Family

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    I (and my Dr.) have decided that I'm too fat for my own good, so I have taken to doing intermittent fasting. This means that I've cut my eating window down to about 6 hours a day which basically allows for a late lunch and an early dinner. So I don't do breakfast anymore (just A LOT of coffee in the morning). But I do have breakfast for lunch quite often which usually means a honking big omelet! Yesterday I shared with my wife a 5 egg (no milk), mushroom, tomato, bacon, and cheddar omelet.
     
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  17. Touchofevil

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    The LIKE is for the meal and the fact that you had a meal. I want to give you an UNLIKE for the intermittent fasting, but since it is for a good cause, I will not. Good luck with the losing of extra weight!
    :D
     
  18. Hercule

    Hercule Practically Family

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    Thank you, but why the unlike? Intermittent fasting is the latest greatest thing, and it is quite effective. I'm basically not eating between 7pm and noon/1pm, and my meals are healthier. My problem to begin with has been that I'm not a fussy eater. There is very little that I object to. There are fanatics who take it to the extreem, fasting for 48, 72, 100+ hours at a time. The longest I went was 4 days about 20 years ago, and it happened quite naturally and unexpectedly.
     
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  19. Touchofevil

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    Fasting for me would be a form of torture. I enjoy eating too much to not do so. Hunger pangs come my way when I am late for or miss a meal. As I have gotten older, I have had to cut back on portion size as I can now gain weight rather easily. Keeping active also helps, but I do not believe I could ever resort to fasting. More power to you!
    :D
     
  20. photo2u

    photo2u A-List Customer

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    Tomorrow I will post mine. French omelette! With a Mexican twist.
     

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