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Old 10-01-2017, 06:42 PM   #5551
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mmm med, that looks delish!
Did you make that yourself or did you guys go out to eat?

Sunday Brunch at our house was Fritatta, diced tomatoes and toast

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Old 10-01-2017, 07:08 PM   #5552
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Out, tried another new place since we were on an expedition to find the seafood for dinner.

And it was as good as it looks FYI for you and PF. Hopefully, it will.be almost as good for breakfast in the a.m., I hope the bananas don't turn, I covered them well in the caramel.

Your fritatta looks great. We just.normally like to go out for breakfast and/or lunch once or twice a week when neither of us is working.
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Old 10-01-2017, 08:09 PM   #5553
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This morning I had rooty tooty fresh & fruity buckwheat pancakes with mixed berries and whipped cream, two basted eggs, four breakfast snausages, coffee and mimosas
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Could someone please tell me what eggs over easy and eggs over medium are? Thanks. We don’t ose expressions over here.

For breakfast today I just had cereal called Oatibix - similar to Weetabix - followed by tomato on toast with a cup of peppermint tea.

We don’t usually go out for breakfast, but for a couple of weeks running we attended breakfast events at our church.

At the first one there was granola, yogurt, fruit compote, pancakes, maple syrup, bacon and banana bread, so we picked what we wanted. There were more people at the second event and everyone was served sausages, bacon, tomato and soda bread, all fried. I don’t normally eat sausages or bacon or anything fried, fir health reasons, but I reckoned a one off would do no harm.

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Could someone please tell me what eggs over easy and eggs over medium are? Thanks. We don’t ose expressions over here.

For breakfast today I just had cereal called Oatibix - similar to Weetabix - followed by tomato on toast with a cup of peppermint tea.

We don’t usually go out for breakfast, but for a couple of weeks running we attended breakfast events at our church.

At the first one there was granola, yogurt, fruit compote, pancakes, maple syrup, bacon and banana bread, so we picked what we wanted. There were more people at the second event and everyone was served sausages, bacon, tomato and soda bread, all fried. I don’t normally eat sausages or bacon or anything fried, fir health reasons, but I reckoned a one off would do no harm.

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Over easy and over medium refers to the density of the cooked egg yolk.. I like mine over easy which means that the yolk is fluid when cut into.. Some like theirs over medium which simply means that the yolk is more solid.. Other like them over hard which means that the yolk is just about solid..

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Old 11-01-2017, 03:34 PM   #5556
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Today's breakfast was 1/2 banana & instant oatmeal with brown sugar and walnuts.
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Old 11-02-2017, 11:33 AM   #5557
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We were running low on potatoes today so we only had half of what we usually eat with our sausage and tomatoes for breakfast today. We supplemented that with two blueberry mini muffins.
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Old 11-04-2017, 01:18 PM   #5558
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Left-over split pea soup with a bit of ground cumin added. Uncnventional breakfast, but tasty and got me ready to get some work done today.

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Old 11-04-2017, 08:06 PM   #5559
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Left-over split pea soup with a bit of ground cumin added. Uncnventional breakfast, but tasty and got me ready to get some work done today.

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Chief, I love soup for breakfast!
Note to self:
make a nice pot of Congee!!
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Old 11-04-2017, 10:46 PM   #5560
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There was even more frosting. I've learned to order it on the side. That's a full size plate BTW.
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