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Old 06-30-2012, 08:55 PM   #1341
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Luvs, so pleased you love Vegemite too...I agree and think it tastes much better than Marmite

This morning I had toast with Philadelphia Cream Cheese spread, love that stuff
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Old 06-30-2012, 09:04 PM   #1342
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Luvs, so pleased you love Vegemite too...I agree and think it tastes much better than Marmite

This morning I had toast with Philadelphia Cream Cheese spread, love that stuff
great minds think alike.
yum, i get those individual cream cheeses, then slice a few pcs. of toast to toss into the oven & slather them w/ it.
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Old 06-30-2012, 09:08 PM   #1343
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That sounds really nice Luvs...I am hungry all over again now

I might grab a bowl of cereal I think
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Old 06-30-2012, 09:22 PM   #1345
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Cheers Luvs

It was a toss up between the lemon curd tart we made yesterday or some cereal...I am leaning towards the tart
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Old 06-30-2012, 09:30 PM   #1346
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I have spent the last 10 weeks having homemade egg Mcmuffins for breakfast....long story. But I am on pins and needles till Monday when I can have a nice long leisurely breakfast of a huge bowl of oatmeal, some really great toast and a half pot of decaf. I can't think of a better breakfast.
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Old 06-30-2012, 09:57 PM   #1347
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Sounds like you cant wait for Monday Joe

After 10 weeks I think even I would be tired of egg mcmuffins
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Sounds like you cant wait for Monday Joe

After 10 weeks I think even I would be tired of egg mcmuffins
I'm running out of "grain" ideas for my "load up breakfasts." Today it was grits, tomorrow--probably barley...not sure yet. But I am running out of grain ideas--given that I have eggs and steamed greens every day, the grains are the only thing that varies...quinoa, barley, brown rice, wild rice, grits, cracked wheat, bulghar, oat meal, what else?
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Old 06-30-2012, 10:25 PM   #1349
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I'm running out of "grain" ideas for my "load up breakfasts." Today it was grits, tomorrow--probably barley...not sure yet. But I am running out of grain ideas--given that I have eggs and steamed greens every day, the grains are the only thing that varies...quinoa, barley, brown rice, wild rice, grits, cracked wheat, bulghar, oat meal, what else?

Alton Brown says that popcorn with milk and sugar is the original breakfast cereal. You might try that.
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I'm running out of "grain" ideas for my "load up breakfasts." Today it was grits, tomorrow--probably barley...not sure yet. But I am running out of grain ideas--given that I have eggs and steamed greens every day, the grains are the only thing that varies...quinoa, barley, brown rice, wild rice, grits, cracked wheat, bulghar, oat meal, what else?
Cooked corn meal, put ot hot into a loaf pan and chill overnight. Next morning, tip out of pan and slice as thick as you like. Fry in the pan with your eggs until browned, you can either put syrup on it or your greens and eggs.

I like to mix cooked breakfast sausage into my hot corn meal then chill.
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