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Old 07-06-2013, 01:07 AM   #3941
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Because of the flapjack contest, I've had pancakes for breakfast the last two days, and will undoubtedly also have them again tomorrow. If this keeps up, I may need to move up a size in pants.
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Old 07-06-2013, 08:54 AM   #3942
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Yesterday's breakfast was curried brown rice with coconut milk, fresh peas, tomato, chick peas, chopped Swiss Chard, and green onions, 2 poached eggs on a bed of steamed Chard. Today's is stir-fried brown rice, 2 poached eggs on a bed of Swiss Chard and fresh cherries.
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Old 07-06-2013, 07:56 PM   #3943
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Baked beans on toast
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Old 07-06-2013, 09:26 PM   #3944
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We went to Denny's, everyone had breakfat except me. I had the Super Bird (turkey, bacon, swiss and tomato on sourdough, grilled) with seasonal fruit and a glass of water.

Someone needs to teach Denny's what seasonal fruit is...
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Old 07-07-2013, 12:56 AM   #3945
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Because of the flapjack contest, I've had pancakes for breakfast the last two days, and will undoubtedly also have them again tomorrow. If this keeps up, I may need to move up a size in pants.
5 kinds of pancakes, bacon, home made sausage, Jimmy Dean breakfast sausage, honey, syrup, jelly, and a glass of milk at the end. I sent leftover pancakes home with one of my guests.

Since pancakes have always been a favorite of mine, I felt like I did them justice on Saturday morning.

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Old 07-07-2013, 02:22 AM   #3946
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Because of the flapjack contest, I've had pancakes for breakfast the last two days, and will undoubtedly also have them again tomorrow. If this keeps up, I may need to move up a size in pants.


At least you are enjoying them
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Old 07-07-2013, 12:38 PM   #3947
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Boy, am I glad I missed the pancake flip off! I gave away all my pants that were 1 or 2 sizes too big--it would be embarrassing to have to ask my friend for them back!

Today's breakfast was a variation of brown rice-mushroom-ham hash. I didn't have any fresh mushrooms or ham, so I added chickpeas, zucchini (from the garden), tomato, 1 chilpolte smoky (don't know where that came from, but found it in the freezer), chopped kale and swiss chard, some onion, chilpolte sauce, garlic, all topped with two poached eggs (the fresher they are, the less time needed to cook--these were still warm from the hens and in the microwave, they were ready in 45 seconds--perfectly runny yolks, and set whites). And, a handful of fresh cherries.
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Old 07-07-2013, 01:28 PM   #3948
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Our house guests and I had a batch of the Chief's World's Best Pancakes with an apple, brown sugar and cinnamon topping.
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This morning I made the eggs Benedict with sockeye instead of Canadian bacon. Don't know if there is a clever name for that.
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This morning I made the eggs Benedict with sockeye instead of Canadian bacon. Don't know if there is a clever name for that.
Sounds good, how was it?
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