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Re:What's for BREAKFAST...??? 2013/01/17 10:45:28 (permalink)
I actually like oatmeal. If I dont have it at home, I will order it at the Starbucks in the Target I work at. It includes sliced almonds, dried cranberries, and brown sugar. I only put half the sugar and cranberries on it. Quite satisfying.
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Re:What's for BREAKFAST...??? 2013/01/17 14:34:27 (permalink)
I had juice...

Apple...carrot...orange...kale...spinach...radish...celery...beet...strawberry...lemon...avocado.
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Re:What's for BREAKFAST...??? 2013/01/17 15:13:33 (permalink)
I have varied breakfast over the years, I get in ruts. 20 years ago I would walk 2 miles before I went t work then stop at a 7-11 that was on my route and buy a pre made ham and cheese sandwich and have that for breakfast. When winter came I ate a green salad for breakfast and between the 2, I lost weight and was pretty fit. I moved on to oatmeal, plain with a tap of butter for years, then Kashi and now I eat a half of English muffin with butter. I am now handicap and home bound so I can't go too crazy with what I eat all day. Fruit for lunch!
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Re:What's for BREAKFAST...??? 2013/01/18 13:47:29 (permalink)
Juice with much too much kale in it.
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Re:What's for BREAKFAST...??? 2013/01/18 18:40:58 (permalink)
Homemade granola.  I use Alton Brown's recipe.
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Re:What's for BREAKFAST...??? 2013/01/18 19:36:53 (permalink)
I love juice-many kinds, but have to limit it because I am diabetic. Would love to have your juice, CCinNJ.
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Re:What's for BREAKFAST...??? 2013/01/18 19:57:41 (permalink)
This juice made me cry. I don't know what I was thinking. Maybe that some of the kale was spinach. Carrots and/or apple usually forgive any very strong ingredient except... too much kale parsley or grapefruit. They really take over.

I look forward to oatmeal tomorrow!
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Re:What's for BREAKFAST...??? 2013/01/19 11:43:35 (permalink)
I decided on polenta with a little bit of salami drippins & a hint of maple syrup.

It was delicious.
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Re:What's for BREAKFAST...??? 2013/01/19 11:57:16 (permalink)
I'm frying potatoes and eggs in bacon grease, and adding toast, yogurt and fresh-squeezed orange juice as a nod toward healthy.
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Re:What's for BREAKFAST...??? 2013/01/19 19:47:41 (permalink)
I save bacon grease as well, felix.It makes the best fried potatos. Plus i fry my eggs with a bit of the grease.....
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Re:What's for BREAKFAST...??? 2013/01/20 10:22:57 (permalink)
Ditto on the bacon grease.  One quasi-healthy tip:  I put both bacon fat and veg oil in the same pan, so you get bacon flavor but less saturated fat.
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Re:What's for BREAKFAST...??? 2013/01/20 10:45:06 (permalink)
The Sunday Special........bagels, lox and cream cheese.
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Re:What's for BREAKFAST...??? 2013/01/20 10:52:10 (permalink)
Same for me lleechef! An everything bagel with cream cheese and grav lox! So good.
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Re:What's for BREAKFAST...??? 2013/01/20 12:32:10 (permalink)
Love lox, bagels and cream cheese! However, having a Wisconsin tradition-hot ham and rolls. Can be found at every store and gas station( most likely in a Nesco) every Sunday.
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Re:What's for BREAKFAST...??? 2013/01/20 13:27:26 (permalink)
Occasionally I like Tuna in oil, right out of the COLD can, I refrigerate my tuna cans, with salt and pepper, nothing else, except a Ginger Ale, for breakfast!
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Re:What's for BREAKFAST...??? 2013/01/20 15:03:43 (permalink)
Ann,  Hot ham and rolls sound delicious!  CTF I will eat all kinds of things for breakfast but I have to admit never had tuna and ginger ale before! I never say never, though!
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Re:What's for BREAKFAST...??? 2013/01/20 15:05:07 (permalink)
chewingthefat

Occasionally I like Tuna in oil, right out of the COLD can, I refrigerate my tuna cans, with salt and pepper, nothing else, except a Ginger Ale, for breakfast!

 
Oh man, Chewy, that would be a major burp for me.
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Re:What's for BREAKFAST...??? 2013/01/21 10:44:39 (permalink)
Champagne to celebrate a VICTORY!

How sweet it is.
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Re:What's for BREAKFAST...??? 2013/01/21 14:20:32 (permalink)
Tortilla chicken soup.
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Re:What's for BREAKFAST...??? 2013/01/21 14:50:02 (permalink)
Coffee, and sausage, egg and cheese on wheat, with mayonnaise.
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Re:What's for BREAKFAST...??? 2013/01/22 00:04:54 (permalink)
Apricot French Toast:

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Re:What's for BREAKFAST...??? 2013/01/22 01:09:13 (permalink)
This coming Sunday's Brunch! LOVE Nutella!!
Nutella, Banana, and Croissant Pudding
Ingredients
 Serves 4, active time 15 minutes, total time 1 hour 45 minutes
  • 1 tablespoon butter
  • 12 ounces mini croissants (about 4 to 6 croissants)
  • 2 bananas, sliced into 1/4- to 1/2-inch disks
  • 1/2 cup Nutella spread
  • 1/2 cup milk
  • 1/2 cup cream
  • 1/4 cup sugar
  • 4 eggs, beaten
Procedures
  1. Adjust oven rack to middle position and preheat to 350°. Butter and 8- by 8-inch baking pan and set aside.
  2. Slice croissants in half lengthwise and arrange half of them along the bottom of the buttered dish. Scatter sliced bananas over halved croissants, then dollop Nutella on top of bananas. Whisk together milk, cream, sugar, and eggs and pour half of milk mixture over croissants. Place remaining halved croissants on top, then pour over remaining milk mixture. Allow bread pudding to sit for an hour, or up to overnight.
  3. Place in oven and bake until egg is set and puffy, about 30 minutes. Allow to sit for 15 minutes before serving.
 
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Re:What's for BREAKFAST...??? 2013/01/22 09:26:12 (permalink)
Lovely French Toast L2B!!

I am in the mood for corned beef hash on toasted buttered corn rye with swiss & mustard. I'll have to make corned beef in the near future.

Maybe I'll have toast and something today.
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Re:What's for BREAKFAST...??? 2013/01/22 10:10:34 (permalink)
I made a fruit salad with avocado, papaya, mango and pineapple. It was really pretty and tasty. After that I had a Greek yogurt.
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Re:What's for BREAKFAST...??? 2013/01/22 14:58:25 (permalink)
CCinNJ

Lovely French Toast L2B!!

I am in the mood for corned beef hash on toasted buttered corn rye with swiss & mustard. I'll have to make corned beef in the near future.

Maybe I'll have toast and something today.

Thanks!  I'd trade ya for the sandwich you just described, though.
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Re:What's for BREAKFAST...??? 2013/01/22 16:34:51 (permalink)
It's just about corned beef season.

That's when the Swiss & bread become Irish!

My Mother makes some spectacular Irish soda bread. Just sweet enough with great texture! I gotta get her on that when she arrives.
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Re:What's for BREAKFAST...??? 2013/01/23 13:31:30 (permalink)
In honor of National Pie Day (Jan. 23) I had cherry pie for breakfast.
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Re:What's for BREAKFAST...??? 2013/01/23 13:35:43 (permalink)
In honor of National Pie Day...I will have * pizza pie.
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Re:What's for BREAKFAST...??? 2013/01/24 12:29:01 (permalink)
You are onto something, CC! 
 
Btw, I adore Irish soda bread.  Haven't had (or made) any good ones since visiting there in 199-something.
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Re:What's for BREAKFAST...??? 2013/01/25 12:50:12 (permalink)
We treated ourselves to breakfast at Anna's House, which is a Roadfood-worthy local place. I had their Cook's Sandwich: sausage patty, fried egg, mushrooms, avocado, cream cheese, scallions and cheddar on English muffin toast. Side of American fries with onions and their house specialty sugar bread (three-inch-thick cinnamon toast with a very liberal application of icing coating it).
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