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Old 10-28-2007, 02:45 PM   #91
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We had soft scrambled eggs, maple-cured thick-sliced bacon, and PA Baker's Blueberry Coffee Cake. Washed it down with Italian-roast coffee.
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Old 10-31-2007, 12:10 PM   #92
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Earl Grey and a brownie. :)
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DH brought me breakfast in bed - half an English muffin, yoghurt and mango juice!
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Earl Grey and a brownie. :)

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A Brownie, Girl Scouts of America

And they say Politics makes strange bedfellows?
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Old 11-01-2007, 12:29 PM   #95
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Charles Grey, 2nd Earl


A Brownie, Girl Scouts of America

And they say Politics makes strange bedfellows?
LOL.
Let me clarify - I had some Earl Grey Tea and a chocolate brownie (no little girls were in my list of ingredients)

I had the same this morning.
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Old 11-04-2007, 09:50 AM   #96
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I used corazon's Dutch Baby recipe (see post #86), reduced the quantities slightly and baked in an 8 inch CI. I topped it with yogurt and blueberries, and it made quite a breakfast.
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Old 11-04-2007, 11:32 AM   #97
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a kashi type cereal/skim milk/herbal tea
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French toast and Farmer John breakfast sausages, with real butter and real Vermont maple syrup.
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DH and I resumed our Sunday breakfast date today..Sat and had coffee, then our breakfast, he had pancakes and syrup and fruit, I pigged out and had bacon,eggs,country potatoes,toast ...Wonderful, the best part though was just being able to go out and enjoy this treat again.
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I used corazon's Dutch Baby recipe (see post #86), reduced the quantities slightly and baked in an 8 inch CI. I topped it with yogurt and blueberries, and it made quite a breakfast.
Hoped you liked it jet! It is our favorite and quite impressive too.

Breakfast this morning was tea, chocolate and later on I had cheese on toast.
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