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Old 04-12-2015, 01:44 PM   #11
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As I remember, a typical full breakfast in the UK includes beans, mushrooms and tomatoes, all are not usual for breakfast in the USA. It was interesting, but not something I would prepare. I enjoyed it all, but I'll never again eat the blood sausage.
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A full cooked breakfast is seen more as a treat , a leisurely breakfast when you have more time , at the weekend maybe . I very rarely eat a cooked breakfast it's a bit much for me . I don't think many people would have the time during the week, plus it's very heavy so not something to be eaten every day.
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Old 04-12-2015, 02:09 PM   #13
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Looks wonderful Joey, I saw the same treatment only with an avocado half. I want to try both for breakfast, lunch or dinner. As for the strawberry, looked good and good enough to eat.
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Old 04-12-2015, 02:14 PM   #14
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A full cooked breakfast is seen more as a treat , a leisurely breakfast when you have more time , at the weekend maybe . I very rarely eat a cooked breakfast it's a bit much for me . I don't think many people would have the time during the week, plus it's very heavy so not something to be eaten every day.
Yes, I understand GQ. I'd guess most people here also eat a light daily breakfast. My point is that when we eat a big breakfast here, it usually contains potatoes of some kind, not beans.
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Looks wonderful Joey, I saw the same treatment only with an avocado half. I want to try both for breakfast, lunch or dinner. As for the strawberry, looked good and good enough to eat.
From a earlier post, PF, try a tomato as well !

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Same type of thing then Kayelle just different ingredients :-) I would have to lie down for a week after a big breakfast (wuss) .

Lovely pics S and P .
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From start to finish. A left over baked potato. Bacon, ham , onion, jalapeno pepper, cheese, S&P.

1, hollowed out baked potato.
2, Blanch bacon, cut / chop remaining ingredients.

3, load potato and bake @ 325 till egg is set.

4, enjoy
Great idea Joey.Thank you.
I like that it's quick,simple.My husbands going to love that. He'd call that a Man's breakfast.Knowing him he'd eat the strawberries to.
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From a earlier post, PF, try a tomato as well !

Okay, I want that one. Look at the asparagus.
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I swear you could land a job as a food stylist Joey! Do you use photobucket?
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I swear you could land a job as a food stylist Joey! Do you use photobucket?
Yes Kayelle, I do use photobucket since all my pics on this site are filled up.
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