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Old 07-14-2011, 10:42 AM   #401
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Okay, what's a flagel?
a flagel is a skinny (flat) bagel - chewy and crustier than a regular bagel - not low cal. try 'em.
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Old 07-14-2011, 11:17 AM   #402
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This morning we went out to Frank's Place for breakfast. One of the few local restaurants we really like and the only one (as far as we're concerned) the serves good breakfast food. Hubby had a southern omelet (sausage, onions and hash browns, topped with sausage gravy). I had chicken fried steak and eggs with home fries.
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Old 07-14-2011, 11:40 AM   #403
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Peanut butter and banana smoothie.
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Old 07-14-2011, 11:40 AM   #404
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This morning we went out to Frank's Place for breakfast. One of the few local restaurants we really like and the only one (as far as we're concerned) the serves good breakfast food. Hubby had a southern omelet (sausage, onions and hash browns, topped with sausage gravy). I had chicken fried steak and eggs with home fries.
We eat steak egg and chips here, guess all countries have some similar foods.
I love hash browns :) With crispy bacon, eggs over easy, grilled tomato and some juicy pork sausage! Just give me W/sauce, tabasco and HP to go with that and I'm a happy girl!!!!!
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today i had a garden cucumber, sliced in thin 1/3 cuts, mixed together with dairy sour cream, dill and pepper. wonderful creamy, fresh and refreshing breakfast served with seminola bread and sweet butter.
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Old 07-14-2011, 02:24 PM   #406
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today i had a garden cucumber, sliced in thin 1/3 cuts, mixed together with dairy sour cream, dill and pepper. wonderful creamy, fresh and refreshing breakfast served with seminola bread and sweet butter.
When I was still in primary school we made a cucumber, yogurt, dill and pepper salad in History class. It was a recipe made by the Ancient Egyptians :)
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When I was still in primary school we made a cucumber, yogurt, dill and pepper salad in History class. It was a recipe made by the Ancient Egyptians :)
what can i say? those ancient egyptians sure knew how to eat!
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what can i say? those ancient egyptians sure knew how to eat!
They do Oddly enough I like my sliced cucumbers with berry yogurt.
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I got to work early today so I made 3 egg whites with a slice of fat free cheese, lean ham & toast with peanut butter & jelly a side of watermelon & a cup of good hot coffee. I love ketchup on my egg whites. How many out there like ketchup on eggs?
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Old 07-14-2011, 08:28 PM   #410
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I got to work early today so I made 3 egg whites with a slice of fat free cheese, lean ham & toast with peanut butter & jelly a side of watermelon & a cup of good hot coffee. I love ketchup on my egg whites. How many out there like ketchup on eggs?
Count me a fan. I especially like it on eggs when I'm out camping. Don't know why it makes a difference but for some reason it does.
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