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Old 01-18-2012, 07:15 AM   #921
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Looks good to me.. not too brown at all!
Thank you VB. I may just make another this morning.
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Old 01-18-2012, 07:35 AM   #922
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Thank you VB. I may just make another this morning.
I might make an omelette this morning.... too early for it now. I'll use spinach, mushrooms and cheese (either cheddar or American).
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Old 01-18-2012, 08:23 AM   #923
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Breakfast has been a problem for me for years. I'm an early riser for the most part, and know I should eat. Obviously, since I'm on the site, I love to eat. But, although I am a morning person, I'm not a breakfast person. I used to eat ramen noodles, but am not that crazy for them any more (nutrition none, empty calories). I know this sounds weird, but I've been trying to have a container of Activia or some fruit ... but when I do that, I find myself hungry for the rest of the morning. How can food make you MORE hungry?
Eating early wakes up your metabolism from starvation mode to in full swing mode. Believe it or not but eating breakfast is a great way to lose weight, by making your body use up calories getting the engine going.
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Old 01-18-2012, 08:53 AM   #924
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It is frigging cold here--I'm heating up a big mug of cabbage roll soup.
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Old 01-18-2012, 09:07 AM   #925
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The breakfast girl

I just had a Breakfast blt backwards how to make ...
Fry and an egg in some olive-oli and butter put some salt and pepper on top then with same butter and olive-oli u fried the egg in put the bacon in with some Spanish onions and black olive sand if you want to put some yellow peppers and then put it in a pita flavored as an onion there you go that's what I call a blt but w/ a major twist any q's just send me a message thanks for reading
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Old 01-18-2012, 09:12 AM   #926
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How many imperial gallons of this stuff would I need to drink?
. I hear ya. Same goes for me.....I always tease my neighbor that this summer I am going to cut my lawn in a speedo, and she says it more like a threat than a tease.....
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Old 01-18-2012, 09:39 AM   #927
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A piece of the 1.5 lb rye bread that is in the oven with another 30 minutes to go.
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Old 01-18-2012, 01:44 PM   #928
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wednesday : New pizza quiche
whisked 2 eggs, two slices of ham, one strip of bacon chopped, mozza/med cheddar blend, shredded potato
Press 6 oz pizza dough in 8 inch pan ( be sure to have a 1/2 inch high crust or edge) pour in whisked egg, place ham and chopped bacon evenly, 1/4 cup shredded cheese blend, shred a 1/4 baked potato and sprinkle ontop. In the oven for 12 min and the potato should be crispy like hashbrowns and egg fully cooked.
If you have any hollandaise a little drizzle goes a long way.
A great portion to share and a sinfully good treat.
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Old 01-18-2012, 01:51 PM   #929
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wednesday : New pizza quiche
whisked 2 eggs, two slices of ham, one strip of bacon chopped, mozza/med cheddar blend, shredded potato
Press 6 oz pizza dough in 8 inch pan ( be sure to have a 1/2 inch high crust or edge) pour in whisked egg, place ham and chopped bacon evenly, 1/4 cup shredded cheese blend, shred a 1/4 baked potato and sprinkle ontop. In the oven for 12 min and the potato should be crispy like hashbrowns and egg fully cooked.
If you have any hollandaise a little drizzle goes a long way.
A great portion to share and a sinfully good treat.
wow, pizza boy, you just earned your moniker with this delicious-sounding pizza quiche recipe!! thank you for sharing it w/us.....
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Old 01-18-2012, 01:56 PM   #930
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one piece of french toast with frozen , thawed, heated with splenda, raspberries. berries needed more splenda. it is a challenge to stay within calorie count. i have to be very clever. here i got protein, fruit and small amount of carbs. oh and about 6 oz ham.
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