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Old 05-17-2009, 10:36 AM   #361
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Ok, so what are "soldiers"?
Inquiring minds want to know!?

I'm having a piece of the leftover pizza from last night.
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Old 05-17-2009, 10:54 AM   #362
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Biscuits, Bacon, Steen's Syrup, Coffee.
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Old 05-17-2009, 11:24 AM   #363
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Sorry I don't know what soldiers are...I'd guess sausages.

Breakfast today so far has just been coffee. Ken had Fiber 1 cereal. Blech. I'm going to go rummage in the fridge and see whats there. I'm thinking some turkey pepperoni (if there is any left) and then something carby...bagel maybe. Going to be outside for most of the morning at ball.
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Old 05-17-2009, 11:33 AM   #364
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I'm just about to make some scrambled eggs with onions, chiles and cheese, fry some bacon and heat up the cinnamon rolls I bought at Costco yesterday....
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Old 05-17-2009, 12:11 PM   #365
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Okay for all those enquiring minds!

Eggs and soldiers is soft boiled eggs in a cup (we used a double sided egg cup where you cracked it in the small end and poured it into the wider end) with toast cut into one inch (approx) strips, or "soldiers". You dip the toast into the egg and enjoy. Only way I have ever been able to eat runny eggs in my life!

I think this came up once before!
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Old 05-17-2009, 12:16 PM   #366
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Sorry I don't know what soldiers are...I'd guess sausages.

Breakfast today so far has just been coffee. Ken had Fiber 1 cereal. Blech. I'm going to go rummage in the fridge and see whats there. I'm thinking some turkey pepperoni (if there is any left) and then something carby...bagel maybe. Going to be outside for most of the morning at ball.
Alix, you didn't disappoint me! I had some Calabrese (hot) salami and another oatmeal muffin (the trouble with catering is if you make too much for the order you are eating it for months!)
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We had egg-in-a-hole and left-over strip steak. I tried some locally "grown" beef and it was quite tasty and tender! Any strip I've ever had was fairly tough...not this stuff!
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Old 05-19-2009, 06:36 PM   #368
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ok no lectures please. i had a big glass of apple juice and a handful of milk chocolate chips. my blood sugar was way to low and i needed to raise it fast. this did the trick. not bad tasting either, lol
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ok no lectures please. i had a big glass of apple juice and a handful of milk chocolate chips. my blood sugar was way to low and i needed to raise it fast. this did the trick. not bad tasting either, lol
no lectures from this camp!

I had granola with yogurt and some blueberry stuff I canned, it didn't turn out like it was supposed to, but it works great on granola, sort of, you gotta mash it up some..
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Old 05-19-2009, 07:54 PM   #370
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DH made me an English muffin with a sausage patty on it and some melted cheese. Pretty tasty what I could eat of it..Coffee was hot and good...
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