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Old 01-21-2005, 03:18 PM   #21
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hp is a brand name for a steak sauce somewhat like a1, but not as spicy.
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Old 01-21-2005, 03:21 PM   #22
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HP sauce is very much like steak sauce, I think you can get HP Steak Sauce over here, but it doesn't taste quite like the original HP sauce you get in England.

The 'HP' stands for 'Houses of Parliament' and it was originally invented in 1899. I get it from my local British store, you can also get it from World Market. We have it on sausages, hot-dogs, cheese sandwiches, turkey sandwiches, with cold meats, on chips (fries), and, of course, on bacon sandwiches LOL!

I keep meaning to print out a picture of some british bacon and see if my local butcher can cut it for me...

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Old 01-21-2005, 04:18 PM   #23
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My dream breakfast? That's too hard! Don't mean to leave anyone out, but these are the first three that came to mind:

Anything crewsk makes for her family every day. Help drive TC to school, then back home for more breakfast. Then I'll stay for dinner.

Banana bread baked by Audeo. And one of her son's power shakes. And hours of gab.

Goodweed's pancakes, cooked by Goodweed. Followed by lots of coffee and a nice long heart-to-heart.
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Old 01-21-2005, 04:28 PM   #24
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Dream Breakfast

What wonderful breakfasts youall are having. I will have some of each. What time do we eat ?
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Old 01-21-2005, 04:31 PM   #25
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I posted my big "piggy" dream breakfast before, but if I wanted the perfect, lighter breakfast it would be a scone (ginger or orange) and a cafe au lait.
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Quote:
Originally Posted by SierraCook
3 egg Denver omelet
Country potatoes
Sourdough toast
Fresh squeezed OJ
Ice cold glass of milk

or

Biscuits and gravy
Bacon
Hashbrowns
Coffee

or

Belgian waffles with real maple syrup and real butter
Coffee or milk

or

2 jalapeno bagels, toasted and smothered in cream cheese
OJ

Sorry, I just couldn't make up my mind.

yep... everything sierra said
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oops need french toast too
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Old 01-21-2005, 04:35 PM   #28
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PA, for a light breakfast, I suggest we fly to Hawaii and eat a plateful of fresh fruit on wasabi's lanai with some Kona coffee.

Or you ditch work, we drive all night to NYC, and catch up with buckytom after he's worked the late shift again and go for sushi before he heads home to dw and you and I go shopping.
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My dream breakfast? That's too hard! Don't mean to leave anyone out, but these are the first three that came to mind:

Anything crewsk makes for her family every day. Help drive TC to school, then back home for more breakfast. Then I'll stay for dinner.

Banana bread baked by Audeo. And one of her son's power shakes. And hours of gab.

Goodweed's pancakes, cooked by Goodweed. Followed by lots of coffee and a nice long heart-to-heart.

Thanks mudbug! I'd be more than happy to fix breakfast for you & have 2nds hot for you when you get back from taking TC to school!
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Old 01-21-2005, 04:42 PM   #30
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How could I forget fresh fruit in my perfect breakfast? When on my honeymoon that was something I loved. Breakfast every morning for me was a large plate of all sorts of exotic fruits. Everything from mango to papaya to leeche nuts to fruits I had never heard of before (soursap was one of them I think). Wow that brings back good memories :)
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