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Old 03-25-2007, 12:55 PM   #11
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Krispy Kremes must be losing their appeal around here, or people are realizing that they aren't all that healthy. When ours originally opened about 3 years ago, there was a line of cars literally around the block, waiting at the drive through. I went by thre yesterday and it's closed and boarded up, and there's a big sign proclaiming it is the future site of a Chick-Fil-A.

After looking at the Chick-Fil-A menu and nutritional information, I think we might have been better off with Krispy Kreme!
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Old 03-26-2007, 12:24 AM   #12
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Did you say parathas, Sarah?? Yum!! Especially with a light fish or vegetable curry.

Breakfast today is oat porridge flavored with Ovaltine.
how about crispy parathas with potatoe bhaji?
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Old 03-26-2007, 12:26 AM   #13
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Krispy Kremes must be losing their appeal around here, or people are realizing that they aren't all that healthy. When ours originally opened about 3 years ago, there was a line of cars literally around the block, waiting at the drive through. I went by thre yesterday and it's closed and boarded up, and there's a big sign proclaiming it is the future site of a Chick-Fil-A.

After looking at the Chick-Fil-A menu and nutritional information, I think we might have been better off with Krispy Kreme!
well i know they are far from healthy,but still so yummy. you can have some every once in a while.
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Old 03-26-2007, 12:25 PM   #14
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you can have some every once in a while.
No, I can't. They are so light and airy, I'd forget they're mostly sugar, and I would end up eating a whole dozen by myself before I realized what I was doing!
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Old 03-26-2007, 12:46 PM   #15
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Everyone's breakfasts sound so yummy! My usual breakfast is 2 cups of coffee and my Rx's I'm very rarely hungry at breakfast time though I know we are supposed to eat it! I need to get in the habit of making some oatmeal.

Sarah - I'm glad you got to spend that time with your hubby! That is reason enough to sit down to breakfast! I'm more inclined to make breakfast on Sunday morning - and then it's some sort of HUGE type omelette or frittata with everything in it but the kitchen sink!
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Old 03-26-2007, 01:17 PM   #16
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All 4 kids and moms here as well as DH so breakfast was a small circus, juice, fresh strawberries, french toast, sausage and bacon and milk or coffee...I had coffee and rx's. Then held a crabby Livi as she drank her smoothie, she refuses to eat because her little mouth is sore from two new bi-cuspids coming in, which has given her a slight temp and a runny nose.So, that was breakfast, heaven help us lunch is on the way and I have no clue at the moment

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Old 03-26-2007, 04:53 PM   #17
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Everyone's breakfasts sound so yummy! My usual breakfast is 2 cups of coffee and my Rx's I'm very rarely hungry at breakfast time though I know we are supposed to eat it! I need to get in the habit of making some oatmeal.

Sarah - I'm glad you got to spend that time with your hubby! That is reason enough to sit down to breakfast! I'm more inclined to make breakfast on Sunday morning - and then it's some sort of HUGE type omelette or frittata with everything in it but the kitchen sink!
u know my usual breakfast is some whole grain bread,a boiled egg and a glass of milk,or just whole grain cereal,but when its a holiday,or on sundays,i sit on the breakfast table with a vengeance
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how about crispy parathas with potatoe bhaji?
Sounds good too!
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Old 04-22-2007, 03:29 PM   #19
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Breakfast today was wonderful..We've been making a date each sunday morning just the two of us, we eat, talk, relax, enjoy several cups of great coffee and just don't hurry Today, I tried something i've had as a dessert and even made myself for desserts but never for breakfast..I ordered crepes...They were light as a feather, lightly lemon flavored, with powdered sugar and this fantastic cold straberry syrup to go with them. To be honest, they didn't even need the syrup..I'm usually a bacon,eggs,potatoe person on sundays, but these crepes were a true delight..I can hardly wait til next sunday The best part of all? I didn't have to make them!!!

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Breakfast today was wonderful..We've been making a date each sunday morning just the two of us, we eat, talk, relax, enjoy several cups of great coffee and just don't hurry Today, I tried something i've had as a dessert and even made myself for desserts but never for breakfast..I ordered crepes...They were light as a feather, lightly lemon flavored, with powdered sugar and this fantastic cold straberry syrup to go with them. To be honest, they didn't even need the syrup..I'm usually a bacon,eggs,potatoe person on sundays, but these crepes were a true delight..I can hardly wait til next sunday The best part of all? I didn't have to make them!!!

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I just discovered that Cocos has a breakfast plate with three strawberry cream cheese blintzes and three eggs. I made the mistake of ordering my usual basted eggs (and again, for the third time this year, I had to explain to a "chef" how to baste eggs!) when I should have ordered scrambled. On reflection, dipping strawberry cream cheese blintzes into a soft yoke wasn't all that appetizing.

Kadesma, if you want to try something completely decadent, and you can find a Carrows restaurant in your area, order their Monte Cristo for breakfast!
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