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Old 07-15-2012, 11:58 PM   #1461
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Sounds like Shredded Wheat.
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Old 07-16-2012, 12:06 AM   #1462
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Anitas Breakfast Burrito. . ."The Big Guy' is my fave. Open at 5AM, and serving until 4PM on the weekends, I haven't had a bad meal yet. The Cowboy is incredible. . .One is great, two and forget about what ever it was you wanted to do that day, as it is a food coma inducing, nap time burrito.

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NOTE: These things are HANDFUL size burritos, and I think they are the best breakfast deal in NOVA.

I will try to get pics up next weekend when I go over.
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Old 07-16-2012, 12:10 AM   #1463
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Sounds like Shredded Wheat.
It kinda is, but, it is more solid in bar form, than individual "pillows". if you like shredded wheat, then Wheatabix would be right up your alley.
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Old 07-16-2012, 02:24 AM   #1464
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Guys Weetbix is wheat, not shredded wheat though, more compacted wheat

As Tatt said, it is a more solid, compact bar...but easy to break up and goes nice and soft, almost soggy in milk...they are really nice

Weetbix is the Australian version

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Weetabix is the English version

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Old 07-16-2012, 02:24 AM   #1465
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wheatabix are really good, and oddly enough healthy all the same. (the twain don't often meet)

dw asked me to pick up fresh nyc bagels on the way home in the morning, so i think i'm going to make an old fave again: sauteed shallots, chopped large ring pepperoni, and scrambled eggs on a bagel.

i may also pick up some whole smoked whitefish and cream cheese to have with the bagels. my little guy is so proud of being part norskie that if i tell him smoked fish, bagels, and a shmear were what vikings ate for breakfast, he'll gobble it up.

i'll bet you didn't know that many vikings were jewish, did you... lol.
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i'll bet you didn't know that many vikings were jewish, did you... lol.
you should tell kirk douglas maybe...........
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you should tell kirk douglas maybe...........
i need a little magic tape for my chin, but i can do a good impression of ol' kirk as a viking.
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Looks lovely Patty
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i need a little magic tape for my chin, but i can do a good impression of ol' kirk as a viking.
i'll do the music....de dahhh duh,de dahhh duh,de dah de dah de dah de dah de dahhhh duh.........
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