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dickestep
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RE: If ppls only knew hahahah :-) - Fri, 03/30/07 8:45 PM
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Dickestep,I stuff'em with oyster dressing,wrap'em in thick sliced country pepper bacon and roast'em on the Weber grill.
Those sound delicious, Iqdiva! I incubated and raised quail for several years, so we had all we wanted to eat. I sure miss them.

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RE: If ppls only knew hahahah :-) - Fri, 03/30/07 8:51 PM
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My friend I bet you do ! I would too.I have loved and eaten quail all my life.

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RE: If ppls only knew hahahah :-) - Fri, 03/30/07 9:38 PM
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My friend I bet you do ! I would too.I have loved and eaten quail all my life.

Do y'all hunt quail or buy raised ones? I think there's still one breeder near me I could buy some dressed ones from. We've made me hungry for some now.

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RE: If ppls only knew hahahah :-) - Fri, 03/30/07 9:49 PM
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Both.We hunt quail and are lucky to have friends who raise them and share them with us.

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RE: If ppls only knew hahahah :-) - Sat, 03/31/07 1:35 PM
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Both.We hunt quail and are lucky to have friends who raise them and share them with us.

That is lucky for sure. We used to pack a cooler full of shrimp and oysters up to West Texas to friends during dove season and hunt. We'd bring the cooler back with dove, quail, squirrel, and frog legs.

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RE: If ppls only knew hahahah :-) - Sat, 03/31/07 1:40 PM
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OOOOOOhhh I LOVE frog legs....I fry them,grill them and make a fabulous etouffee with them!

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RE: If ppls only knew hahahah :-) - Sun, 04/1/07 3:53 AM
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Dick, I sure wish I'd been old enough to go hunt with you and yours like I did with Uncle Jim. All this talk of quail and deer and...Well heck.

MikeS.

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RE: If ppls only knew hahahah :-) - Sun, 04/1/07 7:00 PM
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How funny I had no idea what souse was???
My Grandma use to make the BEST Headcheese !!!
Haven't had it in years....and when I see it in the store? It just doesn't look like Grandmas
Sounds so good !

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RE: If ppls only knew hahahah :-) - Sun, 04/1/07 8:00 PM
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In Philly we do the fresh soft pretzels right from the factory with our coffee.

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RE: If ppls only knew hahahah :-) - Mon, 04/2/07 9:52 AM
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Soft pretzels for breakfast. That sounds very sensible and low fat in the way that bagels for breakfast are.
I used to love Hot Sam's ... that with an Orange Julius can't be beat.

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RE: If ppls only knew hahahah :-) - Tue, 04/3/07 1:02 PM
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Here's my current favorite headcheese --

http://www.silverstarmeats.com/products_specialty.htm

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RE: If ppls only knew hahahah :-) - Wed, 04/4/07 2:09 PM
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OOOOOOhhh I LOVE frog legs....I fry them,grill them and make a fabulous etouffee with them!

We most always just fried them, but I'd bet they are good in an etouffee. We always had fun hunting them, though it usually involved getting wet.

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RE: If ppls only knew hahahah :-) - Wed, 04/4/07 2:20 PM
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Dick, I sure wish I'd been old enough to go hunt with you and yours like I did with Uncle Jim. All this talk of quail and deer and...Well heck.

MikeS.
Yep, we did a lot of hunting and fishing. It is sad the family wound up settling so far apart.

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RE: If ppls only knew hahahah :-) - Fri, 04/6/07 12:54 PM
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yet another reason i'm a vegetarian.


How do you do finding vegetariamn roadfood? Honest question. I'm a diabetic and need to eat healthier. On the road it's tough. Feel free to answer through my profile.

Obligitory on topic comment - weirdest thing I've eaten for breakfast was mince meat pie.

Cathy

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RE: If ppls only knew hahahah :-) - Sat, 04/14/07 8:56 AM
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I don't want to hear about any Damn Yankee knockin' GRITS. I was a Yankee but I got religion and became a Southerner, I think they call then Damn Yankees, and I love GRITS.---And Biscuits------And Sausage Gravy------And Collard Greens------And Fried Green Tomatoes---- The list goes on and on. So all you uneducated Yankees, don't Knock it until you try it!!!![|)][|)][|)]
P.S. I even bought the cook book, "Gone With The Grits" Grits, It's just not for Breakfast Anymore


AMEN Foodbme!! (from another Yankee-transplanted-to-the-South) Ain't nothin that can beat some down-home Southern cookin, especially some homemade biscuits 'n' sausage gravy!

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RE: If ppls only knew hahahah :-) - Sat, 04/14/07 9:27 AM
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Originally posted by Williamsburger

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Originally posted by xannie_01

yet another reason i'm a vegetarian.


How do you do finding vegetariamn roadfood? Honest question. I'm a diabetic and need to eat healthier. On the road it's tough. Feel free to answer through my profile.

Obligitory on topic comment - weirdest thing I've eaten for breakfast was mince meat pie.

Cathy


Go to the Search feature at the top of the page and type in Vegetarian and you'll get all kinds of info

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RE: If ppls only knew hahahah :-) - Sat, 04/14/07 9:54 AM
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I love souse and can seldom find it in our groceries. My grandmother always made her own and it was absolutely the greatest. But in the absence of hers, I would be happy to get it anywhere. But as I said, I seldom find it. Makes my mouth water just thinking about it!

And I would eat it for breakfast too.

Donna

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RE: If ppls only knew hahahah :-) - Sat, 04/14/07 10:06 AM
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Oh, I should have read all three pages of this thread....sorry. I could have added more strange breakfast meals had I only read more. I love froglegs also and would eat them at any time of the day or night. Today I had a little bowl of cold sourkraut for my breakfast at about 6 o'clock.

Actually, I will eat almost anything for breakfast other than regular "breakfast" food. So early in the morning all I want is just something to put into my stomach to quell the hunger. Therefore, any leftover(s) is/are fair game.

Donna

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RE: If ppls only knew hahahah :-) - Sat, 04/14/07 10:14 AM
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Here in eastern PA, our farmers' markets sell souse, tongue souse, headcheese, liver pudding, scrapple, buckwheat scrapple and other varieties of piggy products so they're available for those who enjoy them, which doesn't include myself, although I will eat them. My breakfast this morning was:


from freshly sliced dried beef, not the kind in a jar


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RE: If ppls only knew hahahah :-) - Sat, 04/14/07 10:24 AM
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Originally posted by RubyRose

Here in eastern PA, our farmers' markets sell souse, tongue souse, headcheese, liver pudding, scrapple, buckwheat scrapple and other varieties of piggy products so they're available for those who enjoy them, which doesn't include myself, although I will eat them. My breakfast this morning was:

WOW! That breakfast (I call it SOS) is one of my favorites.

Of course, biscuits with sausage gravy is a VERY close second.

But as far as "souse, tongue souse, headcheese, liver pudding, scrapple, buckwheat scrapple" . . . I have never had the courage to try them. Not too popular in the South, I guess . . . or at least, I was never exposed to them very often.

But there ARE some Southern vittles (like chitterlings) that I HAVE been exposed to but NEVER ate.

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RE: If ppls only knew hahahah :-) - Sat, 04/14/07 10:25 AM
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Chili (mine) for breakfast with a Diet Coke. Actually, I keep weird hours, so breakfast could be anything.

On headcheese: I've eaten most parts of the pig (Well, not THAT part) but I've never had headcheese. Something about it just doesn't appeal to me. Could someone describe the flavor and what I'm missing--because I probably am.

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RE: If ppls only knew hahahah :-) - Sat, 04/14/07 10:46 AM
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I love souse and can seldom find it in our groceries. My grandmother always made her own and it was absolutely the greatest. But in the absence of hers, I would be happy to get it anywhere. But as I said, I seldom find it. Makes my mouth water just thinking about it!

And I would eat it for breakfast too.

Donna



They're plenty of Amish people south of Colombus. You should be able to find it somewhere down there

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RE: If ppls only knew hahahah :-) - Sat, 04/14/07 10:57 AM
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Originally posted by iqdiva

Adjudicator,I'm convinced that we Southerners will add great flavor to the board! ! I hope that no one's offended...We Southerners love to "play" with ya...


But,being Southerners we've got to remember to be gracious...

(SMIRK)


Remember they're Yankees and don't know any better...

AMEN!!!




Jeez louise, we try to use simpler words for you folks and this is the thanks we get?

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RE: If ppls only knew hahahah :-) - Sat, 04/14/07 11:06 AM
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I don't know about Amish being "south" of Columbus, but there are many just west of Columbus in the Plain City area, plus the northeast part of Ohio has a large Amish population also.

Thanks for reminding me, as I can always go to Plain City to check for souse. We do go there for breakfast occasionally, and to get good Amish cheese.

Donna

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RE: If ppls only knew hahahah :-) - Sat, 04/14/07 11:40 AM
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I love swiss cheese on either rye or pumpernickle bread, dipped in beaten eggs (like french toast) and fried in an iron skillet.
I always use a knife and fork to eat it but HAVE TO HAVE orange marmalade on the side.

Another favorite breakfast is a toasted bagle with cream cheese, drizzled with honey.. along with a banana.

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RE: If ppls only knew hahahah :-) - Sat, 04/14/07 12:22 PM
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Originally posted by dickestep

quote:
Originally posted by Foodbme

I don't want to hear about any Damn Yankee knockin' GRITS. I was a Yankee but I got religion and became a Southerner, I think they call then Damn Yankees, and I love GRITS.---And Biscuits------And Sausage Gravy------And Collard Greens------And Fried Green Tomatoes---- The list goes on and on. So all you uneducated Yankees, don't Knock it until you try it!!!![|)][|)][|)]
P.S. I even bought the cook book, "Gone With The Grits" Grits, It's just not for Breakfast Anymore

It is good to see there is still hope for yankees to make a conversion. It appears you have taken the One True path to become a Southerner. Keep eating those grits and down home groceries and you should be okay!


Amen!

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RE: If ppls only knew hahahah :-) - Sat, 04/14/07 12:33 PM
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If "General" Sherman had, just ONCE in his life, tasted hot buttered grits, he would have NEVER messed with Georgia or South Carolina!

P.S. ... Maybe I watch too much "History Channel" and eat too many hot, buttered grits!

NAAAaaah.

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RE: If ppls only knew hahahah :-) - Sat, 04/14/07 1:27 PM
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If General Sherman had eaten good Southern cuisine,he would have defected to the Army of Northern Virginia and begged General Lee for a Confederate uniform !

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RE: If ppls only knew hahahah :-) - Sat, 04/14/07 2:11 PM
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This particular morning I had an egg salad sandwich and a honey sweetened latte.

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RE: If ppls only knew hahahah :-) - Sat, 04/14/07 2:22 PM
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Darnit folks, Ya'l be Nice to those Dame Yankees. Let'm eat that glue they put milk & sugar on to choke it down. If they start eating our grits, the price will go up. It be bad enough before this gasohol craze gits over with again.

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RE: If ppls only knew hahahah :-) - Sat, 04/14/07 2:59 PM
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When I lived outside of Nashville I was introduced to eating cornbread pieces with buttermilk poured over for breakfast ... eaten like you would cereal. 2-day-old semi dried cornbread made with butter and finely chopped onion.
The other occasional breakfast was if we were going fishing, we'd get up early and stop by a particular truckstop off the interstate that served an enormous whole breaded deep fried catfish with fries for cheap ($2.30 in approx 1978) ... made an awesome breakfast.

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RE: If ppls only knew hahahah :-) - Sat, 04/14/07 3:00 PM
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Originally posted by edwmax

Darnit folks, Ya'l be Nice to those Dame Yankees. Let'm eat that glue they put milk & sugar on to choke it down. If they start eating our grits, the price will go up. It be bad enough before this gasohol craze gits over with again.


Ed:

Your Southern heart is obviously in the right place.

BUT, let's not give those few Union Army holdouts reason to denigrate us gentle Southen' folks.

Your brother in arms,

Bill

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RE: If ppls only knew hahahah :-) - Sat, 04/14/07 3:41 PM
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Left over Chinese take-out from the night before ~cold!

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RE: If ppls only knew hahahah :-) - Thu, 05/10/07 8:51 AM
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Oh, man, sooo tasty. 2 homemade breakfast burritoes.

Hot tortilla with mayonesa, fried egg (break the yolk) fresh vine ripe Roma tomatoes, diced Vidalia onions, Iceberg letuce, slice of swiss cheese, sprinkled with Parmesan cheese,garlic powder and basil. Crystal hot sauce.

Tomato Juice and Coffee.

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RE: If ppls only knew hahahah :-) - Sun, 06/3/07 8:58 AM
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This morning, a hot lobster roll! Prices at my local Shop Rite are finally down!!

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RE: If ppls only knew hahahah :-) - Mon, 06/18/07 9:40 PM
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I've eaten cold pizza, buffalo wings, ice cream for breakfast. With usually a can of Mountain Dew or something with alot of caffiene.

Ami

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RE: If ppls only knew hahahah :-) - Tue, 06/19/07 12:16 AM
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chocolate covered roasted expresso beans

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RE: If ppls only knew hahahah :-) - Tue, 06/19/07 10:09 AM
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Had a Boars Head all beef dog with natural skin, spicey mustard, and relish at 6:00am today.
Not a Chicago dog but still very tasty.



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RE: If ppls only knew hahahah :-) - Sat, 07/14/07 5:01 PM
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"This morning breakfast for me consisted of sardines and sweet onion on toast.I love it !"

Aaargh! The only thing I can think of that is more disgusting is pickled herring. Was forced to taste it when I was about 9 years old and upchucked for about 2 hours. But then.....I used to love my "Busha's" czarnina.....that's duck's-blood soup.

I just thought of a weird breakfast that my grandfather used to eat. He worked the night shift at Armour, so when he awoke, it was around noon, but that was his breakfast. He'd take 2 slices of rye bread and slather them about 1/4 inch thick with pure lard. He'd then salt and pepper them and eat them with his cup of coffee. Surprisingly, he was the picture of health, tall and lean....but he dropped dead of a heart attack at 63. We never could figure why.

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RE: If ppls only knew hahahah :-) - Sat, 07/14/07 5:07 PM
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Haven't had it in a long time, but a treat for breakfast when I was a kid was pastina with milk and sugar.

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RE: If ppls only knew hahahah :-) - Wed, 02/6/08 9:13 AM
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A bowl of vanilla ice cream topped with Rice Krispies

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RE: If ppls only knew hahahah :-) - Wed, 02/6/08 9:26 AM
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Breakfast Today for me:

-One cup of hot oat bran cereal with a little bit of 1% milk
-5 oz of egg whites
-one cup of reduced sugar apple juice
-one 20 oz french roast coffee from Main Street Coffee with one packet of raw sugar and 3 tablespoons of half and half

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RE: If ppls only knew hahahah :-) - Wed, 02/6/08 9:47 AM
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I have a steakum sandwitch with onions/cheese-wash it down with a coffee and mt. dew

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RE: If ppls only knew hahahah :-) - Wed, 02/6/08 11:32 AM
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Ahhh, early morning Steak Ums. I must try that.

Chili no beans, and fried eggs over easy, is my fav breakfast snack. Oh, maybe a slice of fried ham w/ that.
Joe

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RE: If ppls only knew hahahah :-) - Wed, 02/6/08 11:50 AM
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I was served Apple Pie and Breakfast sausage. The two complimented each other nicely.

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RE: If ppls only knew hahahah :-) - Wed, 02/6/08 2:12 PM
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Breakfast this morning was a cheese and roasted pepper pupusa, a red d'anjou pear, and vegan chocolate chip-peanut butter cookies (somehow when cookies are "vegan" I don't feel so guilty when I eat an entire bag).

And you southerners can have all the grits you want... one of my moms is from Georgia, and I've lived in New Orleans, and no matter how hard I try... can't get my taste buds around it. It's just Cream of Wheat with an intense regional following as far as I'm concerned


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RE: If ppls only knew hahahah :-) - Fri, 02/22/08 4:06 PM
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Whoa! I hate souse any time of the day. But I love cold, leftover spaghetti and meatballs. And cold Pizza. Something about the congealing action in those dishes mixed with a hot cupa joe...Yummmmm

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RE: If ppls only knew hahahah :-) - Fri, 02/22/08 6:24 PM
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Originally posted by Reevesis

Breakfast this morning was a cheese and roasted pepper pupusa, a red d'anjou pear, and vegan chocolate chip-peanut butter cookies (somehow when cookies are "vegan" I don't feel so guilty when I eat an entire bag).

And you southerners can have all the grits you want... one of my moms is from Georgia, and I've lived in New Orleans, and no matter how hard I try... can't get my taste buds around it. It's just Cream of Wheat with an intense regional following as far as I'm concerned


With all do respect(as they say in "The Godfather"), I suggest you go to a specialist to get your taste buds checked. Comparing Cream of Wheat to Grits is like comparing used motor oil to Dom Perignon! (Cream of Wheat being used motor oil of course). Besides, Cream of Wheat is made from wheat and grits are the heart and essence of the corn kernnel.


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RE: If ppls only knew hahahah :-) - Fri, 02/22/08 7:04 PM
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Cold pizza,chinese food

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RE: If ppls only knew hahahah :-) - Sun, 03/16/08 2:48 PM
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I go to bed at 5 AM, so I don't get up until early afternoon. Breakfast means something went wrong and I didn't get to bed OR some lame idiot woke me up early.

As a southerner by heart living behind enemy lines, I feel it is my duty to warn folks about the dangers of grits. yes, dangers. Because uptight Yankee's will avoid them and they'll remain afforadable to the rest of us.

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RE: If ppls only knew hahahah :-) - Sun, 03/16/08 3:14 PM
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Wrong, Big_Ted...Love grits and as a "northerner"would love to see them on local menus

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RE: If ppls only knew hahahah :-) - Sun, 03/16/08 5:16 PM
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Cold Tuna, no mayo, salt pepper, tuna in oil of course!

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RE: If ppls only knew hahahah :-) - Sun, 03/16/08 6:22 PM
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Originally posted by Foodbme

quote:
Originally posted by Reevesis

Breakfast this morning was a cheese and roasted pepper pupusa, a red d'anjou pear, and vegan chocolate chip-peanut butter cookies (somehow when cookies are "vegan" I don't feel so guilty when I eat an entire bag).

And you southerners can have all the grits you want... one of my moms is from Georgia, and I've lived in New Orleans, and no matter how hard I try... can't get my taste buds around it. It's just Cream of Wheat with an intense regional following as far as I'm concerned


With all do respect(as they say in "The Godfather"), I suggest you go to a specialist to get your taste buds checked. Comparing Cream of Wheat to Grits is like comparing used motor oil to Dom Perignon! (Cream of Wheat being used motor oil of course). Besides, Cream of Wheat is made from wheat and grits are the heart and essence of the corn kernnel.




No offense of course. I do know the difference... it's just that Cream of Wheat is the only other bland, white, pasty breakfast food I can think of.

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RE: If ppls only knew hahahah :-) - Tue, 12/1/09 1:47 PM
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I always feel weird having a soda before noon...I don't know why that is necessarily...I mean it's got less caffeine than a cup of coffee and I drink diet pop so no sugar....anyone else have that too?

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RE: If ppls only knew hahahah :-) - Tue, 12/1/09 2:35 PM
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Uhh, yeah.  Diet Coke, first one is on the way to work.

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RE: If ppls only knew hahahah :-) - Tue, 12/1/09 6:18 PM
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Really? What time? ....and how many do you have throughout the day?

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RE: If ppls only knew hahahah :-) - Sat, 12/5/09 6:22 AM
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I just had leftover cabbage rolls for breakfast and it's now 6:15am :-)
I just love the sauerkraut I put on the cabbage rolls. I know I eat odd things for breakfast and now I have my son (22yrs old) doing the same thing hahaha. It's not that I don't like the traditional breakfast foods but I just like other foods better for breakfast  lol
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RE: If ppls only knew hahahah :-) - Sat, 12/5/09 7:36 AM
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pamelakrest, you sick!

That is one of the most extreme things I've heard for breakfast. I'm a huge cabbage and sauerkraut fan but you take it to a whole new level

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RE: If ppls only knew hahahah :-) - Sat, 12/5/09 9:23 AM
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Awwwww thank you Eating the road, I take that as a compliment because I like being unusual  lol
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Re:If ppls only knew hahahah :-) - Mon, 12/28/09 3:19 PM
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Well, I'd have to say that almost anything mentioned sounds good except I've never been in a place where the several Middle Eastern treats were available and I don't much like mince meat pie and cold kraut would probably take a while for me to finish.  But I've had a lot, maybe most, of the things mentioned in the morning.
 
Its a bummer that my two closest grocers no longer have head cheese in the deli and that its been a long time since I've seen scrapple in either place.
 
I think one of the really sad breakfasts I ever heard about was the cold left over hot dog and a beer that a friend broke fast on when his wife was out of town.

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