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redkitty 07-08-2007 06:45 AM

What's for breakfast?
 
Nothing like a nice Sunday morning brekkie! (Especially after a night out!)

Scrambled eggs
Pan fried potatoes with onion, red pepper & rosemary
Sauteed mushrooms
Turkey bacon (I had Quorn bacon)
Beans
Nice thick malted grain toast
Fresh squeeze orange juice!

So tasty!!! I don't think I'll be eating lunch today! :tongue:

Barb L. 07-08-2007 07:44 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by redkitty
Nothing like a nice Sunday morning brekkie! (Especially after a night out!)

Scrambled eggs
Pan fried potatoes with onion, red pepper & rosemary
Sauteed mushrooms
Turkey bacon (I had Quorn bacon)
Beans
Nice thick malted grain toast
Fresh squeeze orange juice!

So tasty!!! I don't think I'll be eating lunch today! :tongue:

Sounds yummy - but the beans threw me ?

redkitty 07-08-2007 07:52 AM

The Brits love their beans here! Baked beans out of a can...

SurvivorGirl 07-08-2007 08:13 AM

sounds delish!!
this morning was a bowl of quick cereal and a couple grapes,

Katie H 07-08-2007 09:26 AM

Sunday is when we usually have a more substantial breakfast and eat a little later than other days of the week.

Today we're having toasted bagels with cream cheese, browned pork sausage patties, soft scrambled eggs and tea.

Our breakfast will be accompanied by the Sunday paper and quite a few pairs of eyes looking up at us from the floor in hopes of a plate to lick.:smile: They know it's Sunday when I put the empty bowl on the floor that had the beaten eggs in when I scramble the eggs.

Toots 07-08-2007 09:33 AM

We had a pecan gem coffee cake from Buskins. Then we walked the dogs before it got too hot and then made strawberry/blueberry smoothies. I usually make a large Sunday breakfast, but its too darn hot today.

Robo410 07-08-2007 09:36 AM

scratch pancakes, jumbo fresh link sausage (Amish made), fruit (mellon and bananas) Guatemala coffee dark roast. The rest of the week Irish oatmeal and fruit...I make a big pot of it and then nuke servings each morning. I like the real stuff...chewy and good.

SierraCook 07-08-2007 06:12 PM

Cereal and a couple of cups of coffee while reading the newspaper.

legend_018 07-08-2007 06:25 PM

cereal and than a little while later a Egg, Cheese and Sausage Patty on a bagel sandwich.

redkitty 07-09-2007 04:03 AM

Steel cut oats with blueberries and ground flax seed.

Followed by a nice cup of dark roast coffee!

bethzaring 07-09-2007 07:14 AM

same thing here

weekdays, oatmeal with extras

weekends, whole grain pancakes with extras

BBQ Mikey 07-10-2007 07:55 AM

Homemade Sausage Egg n Cheese + HashBrowns

served with orange juice.

I normally skip breakfast but when I do it, I do it right.

redkitty 07-12-2007 02:04 AM

2 scrambled eggs with spring onion & cherry tomato and torn fresh basil! YUM!

Alix 07-12-2007 07:54 AM

Right now its coffee (butter pecan) and when I get home from my drive it will be bacon and eggs for the sleepover girls and maybe some pancakes too. Depends on how hot it is when I get home.

In the Kitchen 07-12-2007 09:28 AM

Boring!
 
Would you believe we only have oatmeal for breakfast? Any day is OATMEAL. All your ideas sound so good to me. Some days I fix breakfast differently for myself. They all feel oatmeal is supposedly the BEST for you. We get the steel cut oats w/honey and nuts and berries. No variety at all.


I love all the suggestions. Sure makes me hungry but who likes to fix two different type of breakfast? they would never eat eggs. Now you know why I sound odd when I post. BORING!

Jikoni 07-12-2007 09:53 AM

Mango, then a cup of ginger tea and buttered bread with sunflower seeds. I am boring in the morning unless we have a brunch or the occasional day of brewed masala tea but still with buttered bread. I also eat breakfast the other way round, I prefer to start my mornings with fruit.

buckytom 07-12-2007 10:14 AM

parsnip kimchi, and iced green tea.

omg, the kimchi stinks, but it's soooo good. i'm not allowed to keep it in the office fridge, nor eat it anywhere nearby, especially for breakfast.

Robo410 07-12-2007 10:21 AM

multi grain cerial, skim milk, fresh fruit...white peaches...yum!

In the Kitchen 07-12-2007 12:51 PM

What?
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by buckytom
parsnip kimchi, and iced green tea.

omg, the kimchi stinks, but it's soooo good. i'm not allowed to keep it in the office fridge, nor eat it anywhere nearby, especially for breakfast.

Okay this is something, never heard of could you please tell me what parsnip kimchi is? I know parsnips but kimchi? Must be really noticeable. Thanks buckytom. You already know you aren't like the norm, right? Always try something different.

Hope the birds are still doing okay.

buckytom 07-12-2007 01:04 PM

hiya itk, parsnip kimchi is the same thing as regular korean kimchi, but made with small, peeled parsnips.

regular kimchi is sliced napa cabbage that's mixed with hot spices and garlic, put into a brine, and fermented. but i've had cucumber, radish, and scallion kimchis. and of course now, parsnips.

it stinks like the worst pair of old sweatsocks on a radiator that you've ever smelled, but it tastes good, and is healthy for you.

just call me abby. abby normal. :smile:

and thanks for asking, the birds are well. we now have 4 cats, the 2 birds, and 3 hermit crabs.


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