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Old 10-19-2004, 01:28 PM   #301
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Yes, those are good too.(Here we go again! lo!)
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Old 10-19-2004, 01:30 PM   #302
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Just introduced myself in that section, newbie today.
In reading this question of what was for breakfast, I had 3 breadsticks with pasta sauce. Yep, embarrassed to admit it, but that's the truth. I asked my husband if he wanted me to pack him lunch for today. I'd made a long slow cooking chili yesterday as it rained all day. He informed me he didn't have a way of heating up the chili nor the breadsticks so he was passing. That's why I ate them instead.

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Just introduced myself in that section, newbie today.
In reading this question of what was for breakfast, I had 3 breadsticks with pasta sauce. Yep, embarrassed to admit it, but that's the truth. I asked my husband if he wanted me to pack him lunch for today. I'd made a long slow cooking chili yesterday as it rained all day. He informed me he didn't have a way of heating up the chili nor the breadsticks so he was passing. That's why I ate them instead.

Happy Tuesday :P
Hiya Lefselover! :D Nice to meet you! Nothing wrong with breadsticks for breakfast.. you'll find that people like buckytom and some others have strange things for breakfast too!
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Old 10-19-2004, 01:35 PM   #304
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that's my kinda breakfast lefselover. i rarely eat traditional breakfast foods. i'd rather sleep an extra nanosecond than get up to make something, so i eat leftovers and whatever i feed my birds.

ps-i thought of a good signature for you; "if lovin lefse's wrong, i don't wanna be right...."
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Old 10-19-2004, 01:35 PM   #305
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lol, juliev. you beat me too it... :D
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Old 10-19-2004, 02:24 PM   #306
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same as yesterday... keeps me from snacking at work.
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Old 10-19-2004, 04:54 PM   #308
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I made chili last night and there was about 1/4 cup left, not enough for lunch SOOOOOO I made a chili and cheese omelette. It is now 6 hours later and I am still stuffed.
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I made chili last night and there was about 1/4 cup left, not enough for lunch SOOOOOO I made a chili and cheese omelette. It is now 6 hours later and I am still stuffed.
you could have also made like a breakfast burrito..that would have been good too with sour cream!
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I made chili last night and there was about 1/4 cup left, not enough for lunch SOOOOOO I made a chili and cheese omelette. It is now 6 hours later and I am still stuffed.
you could have also made like a breakfast burrito..that would have been good too with sour cream!
Now you tell me, and I have flour tortillas too, darn, it sounds like a good idea as I did not make toast. Thanks
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