What's for BREAKFAST...???

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Re:What's for BREAKFAST...??? 2012/01/05 19:09:48 (permalink)
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If on the road it's an Egg McMuffin with a senior coffee, two creams.  (half and half)


Senior Coffee...???

Does it come with a map so you can find your way home again...???




Seniors coffee comes with a price tag of at least half the price they charge to those under age 55.
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Re:What's for BREAKFAST...??? 2012/01/05 22:39:49 (permalink)
I will never forget the time when I was asked if I" could take advantage" of the senior discount while shopping.It was a young girl, I am 52, so I said yes, I will take advantage of the discount. LOL!
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Re:What's for BREAKFAST...??? 2012/01/05 23:11:34 (permalink)
Unlike many I know...I'm NOT a coffee hound...I drink it mostly when on the road so I don't fall asleep at the wheel...
 
I thought "Seniors Coffee" was the Alzhiemer's Special...if you don't remember drinking a cup you get a free refill...and if you don't remember how to find your way back home you get a local map, or a free phone call to somebody that does know where you live...
 
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Re:What's for BREAKFAST...??? 2012/01/06 15:21:56 (permalink)
A couple days ago I had breakfast for dinner. So today breakfast was a Cheeseburger with egg and peanut butter on an Englsh Muffin!
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Re:What's for BREAKFAST...??? 2012/01/06 15:31:09 (permalink)
This AM it was 2 eggs over easy on top of 2 slices of Scrapple! UMMM GOOD
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Re:What's for BREAKFAST...??? 2012/01/06 16:54:12 (permalink)
My friend and I had a late breakfast at Attmans Deliin Baltimore.  He ordered the corned beef sandwitch and I had the hot pastrami.  We each had a half of one sandwich along with matzo ball soup  and half sour pickles................I will not be able to eat again until tomorrow.  We also had a pastry for dessert that I was not familiar with,  It was a terrfic meal. 
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Re:What's for BREAKFAST...??? 2012/01/06 17:06:54 (permalink)
Yummmm!  Matzo balls and half sours!  You know how to eat right.
 
Which do you like more, the corned beef or the pastrami. Why?
 
You like them the same?  That's okay, too.  
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Re:What's for BREAKFAST...??? 2012/01/11 15:26:58 (permalink)
A bowl of Oatmeal tried  to stare me down and won.
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Re:What's for BREAKFAST...??? 2012/01/11 16:28:17 (permalink)
I had a sausage, egg and cheese sandwich on wheat toast this morning.
 
I found half sours at the Giant Eagle supermarket here.
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Re:What's for BREAKFAST...??? 2012/01/11 16:47:23 (permalink)
This morning, my friend and I had breakfast at the Double T Diner.  We both ordered the lox and onion omelet with home fries and a bagel.  The waiter said  "There is no way that you can eat two of these omelets.  I am going to put in an order for one and divide it on two plates for you and you tell me what you think."
 
Our plates came and I could not believe the size of the portions.  Even the bagel was huge!  It was really delicious (better than at a deli that we have ordered this)  and we could not finiish what was  on our plates!  I believe that the price was $10.95!
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Re:What's for BREAKFAST...??? 2012/01/11 16:49:58 (permalink)
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Yummmm!  Matzo balls and half sours!  You know how to eat right.

Which do you like more, the corned beef or the pastrami. Why?

You like them the same?  That's okay, too.  

 
Actually, I like pastrami more EXCEPT at  this place.  Their corned beef is so terrific.  One can order it regular or  extra lean..........I cannot believe that anyone would want it extra lean  but it it there for the asking.

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Re:What's for BREAKFAST...??? 2012/01/12 14:11:48 (permalink)
Grits, topped with SOS! It was mighty fine!
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Re:What's for BREAKFAST...??? 2012/01/12 14:18:16 (permalink)
This morning it was four eggs scrambled with cheese, some grits, Tabasco sauce, and wheat toast and coffee..
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Re:What's for BREAKFAST...??? 2012/01/12 14:31:20 (permalink)
Today was a FIRST! I made my first "Egg in a Hole"!
Rye bread, hole cut in the center with a small glass and an Egg dropped in.
Butter in a non-stick pan, then bread, then egg,  then flip, then plate, then eat! A no Brainer!
Came out over easy, just right!
I'm so proud of myself!
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Re:What's for BREAKFAST...??? 2012/01/12 14:34:42 (permalink)
I have an uncle who orders his corned beef or pastrami extra fatty.  He's strange, but he's still alive.
 
I've wanted a bagel for some time now.  I might just have to get one today.
 
We have several of the bagel chains here, but none are what I would call wonderful.  I'll probably end up at Noah's.  The bagels there are sort of cakey.
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Re:What's for BREAKFAST...??? 2012/01/12 14:39:13 (permalink)
Foodbme, when I was a kid we called that Moon over Miami. I have no idea why.
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Re:What's for BREAKFAST...??? 2012/01/12 14:41:38 (permalink)
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I have an uncle who orders his corned beef or pastrami extra fatty.  He's strange, but he's still alive.

I've wanted a bagel for some time now.  I might just have to get one today.


My grandfather always asked for extra fat when ordering corned beef and pastrami.
 
No bagel, but I do have a nice bialy on hand.
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Re:What's for BREAKFAST...??? 2012/01/12 14:49:03 (permalink)
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Foodbme, when I was a kid we called that Moon over Miami. I have no idea why.

This dish has more names than you can shake a pepper shaker at!
From Wiki:
This dish is known by many names, examples being: egg in a basket, Alabama eggs, bird's nest,[6] bull's eye eggs,[9] cowboy eggs,[7] egg-in-the-hole,[10] egg in toast,[11] egg(s) in a frame,[12] eggs in a blanket,[13] elephant egg bagel (when made using a bagel rather than bread),[5] frog in a hole,[14] toad in a hole,[15] gas house eggs,[16] Guy Kibbee eggs,[17] one-eyed monsters,[18][19] one-eyed jacks,[20][21] moon eggs,[22] and Rocky Mountain toast.[23][24]
 
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Re:What's for BREAKFAST...??? 2012/01/12 15:03:01 (permalink)
Egg-in-a-hole and toad-in-a-hole I've heard before.
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Re:What's for BREAKFAST...??? 2012/01/13 13:57:15 (permalink)
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Egg-in-a-hole and toad-in-a-hole I've heard before.

 
Must be egg-in-a-hole week, I had it today also.

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Re:What's for BREAKFAST...??? 2012/01/13 16:23:34 (permalink)
We called them HOBO EGGS in Port Huron, Michigan.
 
Todays breakfast was stirred fried rice and chicken omelot, and hot Dr Pepper. 
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Re:What's for BREAKFAST...??? 2012/01/13 17:08:13 (permalink)
Today's was simple: an over-medium egg in a biscuit.
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Re:What's for BREAKFAST...??? 2012/01/13 17:15:57 (permalink)
How about some Tennessee stone ground grits with real butter and pepper, Bentons smoked bacon,  Tennessee biscuits, Mellow Joy coffee, Mamaw Smiths freezer strawberry jam and a bloody Mary
 
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Re:What's for BREAKFAST...??? 2012/01/13 18:23:40 (permalink)
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How about some Tennessee stone ground grits with real butter and pepper, Bentons smoked bacon,  Tennessee biscuits, Mellow Joy coffee, Mamaw Smiths freezer strawberry jam and a bloody Mary
Paul E. Smith
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Man, some guys really know how to live life!
I'd call that a Death Row Last Meal!!!
What's the brand of the Stone Ground Grits please and can you order them on-line?
If not, I'll ask my Daughter, who lives in Franklin,TN and travels all over the state, to pick me some up!
Currently, I order the Speckled Heart Stone Ground Grits from Calloway Gardens down in GA. Thry're milled by someone else but I haven't been able to find out who. Maybe Anson Mills.
I think I remember where I can find a Bloody Mary!!!
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Re:What's for BREAKFAST...??? 2012/01/21 11:33:16 (permalink)
Some leftover Rice Pudding.
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Re:What's for BREAKFAST...??? 2012/01/21 12:56:28 (permalink)
I actually did breakfast today! Corned beef hash (from a can, whatever, I like it), toast with blackberry preserves, scrambled eggs with cheese, apple juice, and some blackberry yogurt.
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Re:What's for BREAKFAST...??? 2012/01/23 23:14:39 (permalink)
After all that talk on the breakfast forum about biscuits and gravy I made them yesterday - four Pillsbury frozen biscuits  - and gravy made with Williams sausage - put them in small individual Rubbermaid containers and stored them in the fridge.
 
This morning - popped one of them  in the microwave for a little over a minute and a biscuit and gravy masterpeice was born -  and consumed.
 
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Re:What's for BREAKFAST...??? 2012/01/24 19:35:53 (permalink)
Goetta, over-easy eggs, fried red taters with onions, a couple of those frozen Pillsbury biscuits (pretty good, IMHO) with some sausage gravy on them. Bacon on the side...me and my Maine Coons love the bacon...
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Re:What's for BREAKFAST...??? 2012/02/09 14:13:58 (permalink)
Leftover fried pork chop, fried potatoes both smothered in gravy, 2 sunny side up eggs and a corn muffin.
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Re:What's for BREAKFAST...??? 2012/02/09 15:43:22 (permalink)
Well, yesterday it was four eggs scrambled with cheese, hash browns with jalapenos and topped with chili. This morning it was just a sausage, egg and cheese sandwich. Tomorrow we'll be on the road, so I'll starve to death.
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