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View Poll Results: What is your favorite breakfast?
Scrambled Eggs, Bacon and Toast 11 20.75%
Eggs Benedict 8 15.09%
Denver Omelette 4 7.55%
Huevos Rancheros with Flour Tortillas 6 11.32%
French Toast with Powdered Sugar and Raspberries 4 7.55%
Pancakes with Butter and Maple Syrup 5 9.43%
Blintzes topped with a Blueberry-Cointreau Sauce 2 3.77%
Swedish Pancakes with Lemon Sauce and Lingonberry Jam 1 1.89%
Texas Steak and Eggs with Biscuits and Gravy 11 20.75%
Ham Steak with Hash Browns with grilled Bell Peppers and Onions 1 1.89%
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Old 07-06-2005, 01:29 PM   #11
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Noodles!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Or rice soup! Yum yum yum. :-)
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Old 07-06-2005, 01:37 PM   #12
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Breakfast is hard for me because I do not eat eggs (look at the choices and see how many actually include eggs to see what I mean). I almost never go out to breakfast because of this. At home I will have a bagel with whitefish salad and cheese and maybe some tomato and cucumbers or something like that.
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Old 07-06-2005, 03:38 PM   #13
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Bagel and cream cheese with lox and onions and capers!!

Miso soup!!!

Frittata!!
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Old 07-06-2005, 03:42 PM   #14
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I am a NY Area guy; give me an everything bagel fresh from the oven, a slice of Bermuda onion, a healthy dollop of cream cheese, some belly lox (that's the salty kind) and I am in seventh heaven. Of course I can't eat the onion any more (I love it, it hates me) so I will spread a little whitefish spread instead.



Of course some herring in cream sauce is always welcomed as well!

If I am going out to eat, I love nothing more than Pancakes and REAL maple syrup. I bring my own in a little bottle. I can't tolerate those chemical concoctions that pretend to be maple syrup.


Of course I can't eat any of that anymore either. But I have my memories!
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Old 07-06-2005, 04:21 PM   #15
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belly lox (that's the salty kind)
That is the only kind of lox in my book!
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Old 07-06-2005, 04:25 PM   #16
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That is the only kind of lox in my book!
As a youth I used to eat belly lox on a salt bagel. WOW what that would do to me today!
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Old 07-06-2005, 05:17 PM   #17
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I picked eggs benedict, but I must confess, I love crisp bacon, over med eggs and either home fries with green onion and put the eggs on top with sour dough toast and jam o the side... and hot coffee.

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Old 07-06-2005, 05:36 PM   #18
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I picked the French Toast. I am a big fan of sweets for breakfast, well...sweets any time of day really. Bacon is a must with the FT, but I also love to make crepes for breakfast filled with fresh fruit. We eat crepes more in the summer when the berries are in season. Hey, you guys ever heard of dutch babies for breakfast? Whoa, did that sound wierd. They are like a pancake that you bake in the oven, but the sides puff up and it turns out looking like a bowl. Fill with fresh fruit and whipped cream, yum. We ate those a lot when I was a kid but I've never made them myself.
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Old 07-06-2005, 05:42 PM   #19
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I picked the French Toast. I am a big fan of sweets for breakfast, well...sweets any time of day really. Bacon is a must with the FT, but I also love to make crepes for breakfast filled with fresh fruit. We eat crepes more in the summer when the berries are in season. Hey, you guys ever heard of dutch babies for breakfast? Whoa, did that sound wierd. They are like a pancake that you bake in the oven, but the sides puff up and it turns out looking like a bowl. Fill with fresh fruit and whipped cream, yum. We ate those a lot when I was a kid but I've never made them myself.
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I've heard of them corazon. I'd love to try them, think I'll hunt for a recipe and if I can find one will see if I can get Cade my 4-1/2 year old grandson to give em a try. He love my french toast and pancakes soooo Thanks for the idea.
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Old 07-06-2005, 06:15 PM   #20
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I eat porridge for winter breakfasts, must be eaten the traditional way with only a little milk and sprinkled with salt - no fruit, honey, sugar on top.... then a slice of wholemeal toast, home made marmalade, no butter, and a large mug of Earl Grey tea.

In summer.... usually only the toast and tea.

A real old fashioned Scots fry-up for breakfast was the Sunday treat when I was a girl - only time my Dad EVER went into the kitchen and he really cooked far too much! A huge salver of the following was put in the middle of the dining room and everyone chose the components they liked to eat and then tucked in, with gusto!

Bacon
Eggs
Fried bread
grilled tomatoes
sausages - ordinary pork ones and Lorne
tattie scones
grilled mushrooms
black pudding (blech!)
white pudding
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