Breakfast is need everyday ???

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heartdragon
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Breakfast is need everyday ??? - Sat, 03/13/10 1:27 AM
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Breakfast food is important for all people?
Where i can eats the best for breakfast?

Thanks all



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Re:Breakfast is need everyday ??? - Sun, 03/14/10 12:03 PM
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Everyone is different. Myself, for example, I eat breakfast maybe twice a year.
Normally I can't eat anything before 10 or 11 AM. usually it's a fruit of some sort.

Works fine for me.

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Re:Breakfast is need everyday ??? - Sun, 03/14/10 3:40 PM
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Jo mama's house?

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Re:Breakfast is need everyday ??? - Sun, 03/14/10 5:56 PM
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Soooo, what kind of breakfast joints do you have in Ho Chi Minh, Texas?

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Re:Breakfast is need everyday ??? - Sun, 03/14/10 7:36 PM
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heartdragon

Where i can eats the best for breakfast?
 


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Re:Breakfast is need everyday ??? - Sun, 03/14/10 8:14 PM
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During the week its heated frozen blueberrys or raspberries with a little sugar added to plain cold yogurt with granola. If I go out to breakfast on the weekend anything goes. Favorite would be a Chicken Fried Steak if done right 2nd Corned Beef Hash 3rd Mushroom Omelette. All of which could be served with HashBrowns and Jalapeno Peppers and Cheese. I love to cook breakfast as well even for Dinner.
I would like to know what others like. 1st 2nd 3rd....Russ 

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Re:Breakfast is need everyday ??? - Sun, 03/14/10 9:26 PM
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Russ Jackson


During the week its heated frozen blueberrys or raspberries with a little sugar added to plain cold yogurt with granola. If I go out to breakfast on the weekend anything goes. Favorite would be a Chicken Fried Steak if done right 2nd Corned Beef Hash 3rd Mushroom Omelette. All of which could be served with HashBrowns and Jalapeno Peppers and Cheese. I love to cook breakfast as well even for Dinner.
I would like to know what others like. 1st 2nd 3rd....Russ 
 


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Re:Breakfast is need everyday ??? - Mon, 03/15/10 1:01 PM
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Joe, they do eat that for breakfast in Hawaho. Any recipes yall?

Some forums have a deal where you need to have a few posts under ur belt before you can start a thread. I'm glad we don't have that here. These threads are great fun! :~)
Joe

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Re:Breakfast is need everyday ??? - Mon, 03/15/10 1:37 PM
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The best breakfast I've ever eaten was at O'Rourke's Diner in Middletown.  http://www.roadfood.com/Restaurant/Review/118-118/orourkes  (I live 3 blocks from here!    )


I was all set to order a Chili omelet , when the waiter came over and read the specials to us.  "Pistachio scone bread pudding French toast! Brian took homemade Pistachio Scones and made them into bread pudding, then sliced it, and made that into French Toast.  It was served with Homemade Bananas O'Rourke (Foster), homemade clotted cream covered in homemade caramel sauce, a slice each of pineapple, orange, watermelon, kiwi, and a strawberry.


Granted, the breakfast, coffee, and tip came to $20.... but it was worthy of every penny that I spent.


Generally speaking, I stick with some kind of eggs breakfast when I'm out to eat, but I'm very glad I strayed from my comfort zone that morning.
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Re:Breakfast is need everyday ??? - Tue, 03/16/10 9:23 AM
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Foodosaurus


The best breakfast I've ever eaten was at O'Rourke's Diner in Middletown.  http://www.roadfood.com/Restaurant/Review/118-118/orourkes  (I live 3 blocks from here!    )


I was all set to order a Chili omelet , when the waiter came over and read the specials to us.  "Pistachio scone bread pudding French toast! Brian took homemade Pistachio Scones and made them into bread pudding, then sliced it, and made that into French Toast.  It was served with Homemade Bananas O'Rourke (Foster), homemade clotted cream covered in homemade caramel sauce, a slice each of pineapple, orange, watermelon, kiwi, and a strawberry.


Granted, the breakfast, coffee, and tip came to $20.... but it was worthy of every penny that I spent.


Generally speaking, I stick with some kind of eggs breakfast when I'm out to eat, but I'm very glad I strayed from my comfort zone that morning.


Foodosaurus,
 
I'm not a big breakfast eater unless it's later in the day, but I'd be willing to leave my comfort zone as well for this meal.  It does sound like a winner.  I think it would be better than the free hotel breakfast I usually have when in CT (or anyplace else for that matter).  Thanks for letting us know about this meal.

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Re:Breakfast is need everyday ??? - Tue, 03/16/10 11:48 AM
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I've been eating instant Quaker oatmeal every day for the past couple months, the low sugar pre-seasoned in the individual packets. It helps me with portion control; I was eating insane amounts of cold cereal every morning.

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Re:Breakfast is need everyday ??? - Tue, 03/16/10 12:22 PM
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Plain hot oatmeal for me everyday but on Sundays we go to our favorite mom & pop and it's either their home made corned beef hash or one buckwheat pancake and a side of bacon. They have connections to a pig farmer and everything pork is wonderful.

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Re:Breakfast is need everyday ??? - Tue, 03/16/10 2:52 PM
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kland01s


Plain hot oatmeal for me everyday but on Sundays we go to our favorite mom & pop and it's either their home made corned beef hash or one buckwheat pancake and a side of bacon. They have connections to a pig farmer and everything pork is wonderful.


Did you say "Home Made Corned Beef Hash?"
 
Please to share the identity of this location....
 
thanks
 
 

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Re:Breakfast is need everyday ??? - Tue, 03/16/10 3:07 PM
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I have been experimenting with hash lately(don't say it Mosca)
 
Ever since I saw the clam hash on the front page of RF I have been on a mission.  My latest was lobster hash, succulent!

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Re:Breakfast is need everyday ??? - Tue, 03/16/10 3:26 PM
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Breakfast is my favorite meal of the day, but I always prepare it at home, and it is always rather elaborate.

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Re:Breakfast is need everyday ??? - Wed, 03/17/10 2:18 PM
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That lobster hash sounds great Joe! We need a recipe when you get it down pat.
Joe

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Re:Breakfast is need everyday ??? - Wed, 03/17/10 3:19 PM
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JoePapa, I got it right HERE on Roadfood.
 
I whipped it up in a cast iron frying pan and topped it with a couple eggs.  Two thumbs up

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Re:Breakfast is need everyday ??? - Wed, 03/17/10 3:36 PM
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But where can Heartdragon eats the best in Ho Chi Minh, Texas?

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Re:Breakfast is need everyday ??? - Thu, 03/18/10 9:02 PM
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Weekday mornings it's generally cold cereal for breakfast ( Cocoa Krispies! ), but on weekends I put my limited kitchen skills to work and treat myself to either sausage gravy n' biscuits or pancakes and bacon.

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Re:Breakfast is need everyday ??? - Thu, 03/18/10 11:15 PM
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MiamiDon


But where can Heartdragon eats the best in Ho Chi Minh, Texas?

I think I know now what happened here. Note the broken English? This guy is probably a Chinese spammer. However, the URL's these spammers post for ED drugs, make money fast schemes, and Nigerian scams  are no longer are displayed in the message for new signups. Note he attempted to edit the message? It will take us a while to learn how to spot messages that are from spammers, with missing URL's.

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Re:Breakfast is need everyday ??? - Fri, 03/19/10 7:50 AM
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He started a pretty good thread anyway, considering....

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Re:Breakfast is need everyday ??? - Fri, 03/19/10 11:53 AM
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The subject and language was the clue, along w/ this being a first post. Daaa Fun anyway! :~)
Joe

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Re:Breakfast is need everyday ??? - Fri, 03/19/10 11:57 AM
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...not to mention that you'd have a tough time finding Ho Chi Minh, Texas on any map.

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Re:Breakfast is need everyday ??? - Sat, 03/20/10 12:33 PM
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Well, we have a Paris Tx., an Italy Tx., a Rhome Tx., and a London Tx. so why not a Ho Chi Minh Tx. ? :~)
Joe

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Re:Breakfast is need everyday ??? - Sun, 03/21/10 4:59 PM
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ah well.. still a good topic... personally.. i've been eating fat free yogurt with my own homemade mix of flax seeds, buckwheat groats,  wheat germ, oats, sunflower seeds, and dried blueberries..       but at work, this year we've got new people running the cafeteria.. and they have homemade dim sum every day starting at 730 am usually.. and a different asian soup every day.. so i'm in heaven..   I usually have at least one bbq pork bun every morning...

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Re:Breakfast is need everyday ??? - Sun, 03/21/10 7:18 PM
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Joe, that was clam hash but... I guess you just sub tha lobster. Thanks!

Oh, a bit off topic but is longhorn cheese considered a colby???
Joe

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Re:Breakfast is need everyday ??? - Sun, 03/21/10 7:39 PM
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Longhorn is a shape. (A cylinder, taller than it is wide.)  Colby and cheddar can both be made in longhorns.  A "half-moon" is made by cutting the longhorn vertically, and then cutting horizontal chunks.
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Re:Breakfast is need everyday ??? - Sun, 03/21/10 8:18 PM
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Ahh, thanks 6star!

Now to figure out what my PawPaw called rat cheese. It sure was good stuff. We would have a small chunk w/ breakfast. It was always room temp.
Joe

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Re:Breakfast is need everyday ??? - Sun, 03/21/10 9:22 PM
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Rat cheese would most likely have been domestic cheddar, since this was the most common cheese up until about the 1950s.  The reason it was always served at room temperature was because this is how to get the most flavor out of the cheese.  (It got its name, I am sure, from being the cheese which was used to bait rat traps.)  Even the Free Dictionary defines rat cheese as cheddar:

http://www.thefreedictionary.com/rat+cheese
 
(In case you are wondering about my knowledge of cheese, the 37 years I spent in the grocery business before retirement were spent as dairy manager of a local grocery chain.)
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Re:Breakfast is need everyday ??? - Sun, 03/21/10 10:34 PM
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Thanks again 6star! Nice to have a cheesepert here!!!
Joe