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Old 12-02-2012, 12:53 PM   #2391
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I liked the way she first wrote it. Sounds like a winner to me. You can never have too many cookies.
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Old 12-02-2012, 01:00 PM   #2392
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oops, I meant to write regular COFFEE. But those cookies were sure good, guilty or not.
LOL!!
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Old 12-02-2012, 01:34 PM   #2393
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Old 12-02-2012, 08:22 PM   #2394
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What is Lox?
Like Steve replied in his post after yours. It's pretty much Scandinavian smoked salmon (at least I think it is, I'm not an authority) called gravlax, the most plentiful version of this in 'Merica is smoked. It can be fairly expensive but I've just hooked up with a better quality at lower price (our new Super King market) and now get twice as good as supermarkets for half the price. The supermarket stuff claims it's sliced but I've never found any smoked salmon in a supermarket that could be peeled off except in small pieces.

Method: slice a bagel and toast it both sides, the inside surface should show just light browning, no browning at all on the outside, just warm it up. Spread cream cheese on the bottom half, then layer on 1.5 oz. smoked salmon. Throw some onions as thinly as you can slice them on top of that, assemble the top of the bun and eat!

The onions option is probably commonly left out. I prefer "everything" bagels but everybody has their favorite bagel. Use your favorite.

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I was pretty much on the go non-stop yesterday and didn't have much time to eat, so I woke up starving this morning. Breakfast is cheesy grits and eggs with toast, and cuppa cappuccino.
Yet you had enough time to shoot it!

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You had cookies with cookies?
You have to admit that at least the two don't clash with one another.
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Old 12-03-2012, 01:32 PM   #2395
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Cheers Greg...love smoked salmon

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Like Steve replied in his post after yours. It's pretty much Scandinavian smoked salmon (at least I think it is, I'm not an authority) called gravlax, the most plentiful version of this in 'Merica is smoked. It can be fairly expensive but I've just hooked up with a better quality at lower price (our new Super King market) and now get twice as good as supermarkets for half the price. The supermarket stuff claims it's sliced but I've never found any smoked salmon in a supermarket that could be peeled off except in small pieces.
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Old 12-03-2012, 01:33 PM   #2396
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Lox is cured salmon.

I was pretty much on the go non-stop yesterday and didn't have much time to eat, so I woke up starving this morning. Breakfast is cheesy grits and eggs with toast, and cuppa cappuccino.

Thank you Steve...and....that looks delicious
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Old 12-03-2012, 01:33 PM   #2397
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This morning I am having some cornflakes
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Busy morning with no time to stop for breakfast. So, we had a leftover gallon on lemonade in the walk in cooler, throughout the morning I continued to drink it. I figured I probably drank 5 or 6 8 oz glasses. I about fell over when I got home & tracked what I ate for the day & it said I wasted 645 calories! Argh!!!!
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Busy morning with no time to stop for breakfast. So, we had a leftover gallon on lemonade in the walk in cooler, throughout the morning I continued to drink it. I figured I probably drank 5 or 6 8 oz glasses. I about fell over when I got home & tracked what I ate for the day & it said I wasted 645 calories! Argh!!!!
Easy to overdo with lemonade, SB, what a shock, huh! It's almost pure sugar. I like an Arnold Palmer, unsweetened ice tea with a bit of lemonade, or cut the lemonade with a whole bunch of seltzer. Actually, I cut most of my fruit juice with either tea or seltzer. Hibiscus tea with a bit of cranberry juice is really nice too.
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Yes, those type of drinks have a lot of sugar content
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