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SierraCook

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luvs_food said:
my very favorite... i like the bacon to be nice and crispy and to put syrup on it.


I am sorry, luvs. I hate syrup on bacon or sausage. My mom always teases me about not having syrup on either. It is just one thing that I cannot stand. I even go as far to have the bacon or sausage on a separate plate from my pancakes or waffles. :LOL: I agree with the crispy part.
 

sarah

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had a fried egg and a small meat pattie ,fried flat bread,a large cup of cold whole milk.Hubby had the same things with sweet milk tea.
 

mrsdove

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can I say yummy! hubby made breakfast burros; eggs, cheese, onions, parsley, tomato, bacon bits & tator tots.
 

kadesma

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Hubby to me out and I had bisquits, sausage and gravy..Loved every bite..tomorrow I eat nothing:ROFLMAO: :ROFLMAO: ceptin coffee:ROFLMAO:

kadesma:glare:
 

SierraCook

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Blueberry whole wheat waffles with butter and maple syrup and hazelnut coffee. I was going to have bacon, but did not want to make a mess out of the stove. I usually don't have such a big breakfast, but it was definitely worth it. :)
 

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A bowl full of Quaker Honey Grahm O's Cereal with milk, a glass of OJ and one half of full New York Style Bagel that was toasted.
 

kadesma

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Breakfast out for me is my favorite thing, so this morning I sat there and had coffee, eggs over medium, bacon, country fried potatoes and sourdough toast...It was heaven:LOL: I'm still so full I could burst:ROFLMAO:

kadesma, and I'd do it again next sunday :ROFLMAO: :pig:
 

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roxygirl said:
Have you ever had coconut syrup?? Ooh that's the best!

that sounds sooooo delicious. i'll have to see if i can find any.
thanks for the idea!:)
 

PA Baker

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crewsk said:
We had french toast, bacon, & strawberries, bluberries, & blackberries with a mix of vanilla yogurt & orange juice on top.

Yum! Back to your delicious school-year breakfasts, I see! This means you're up super early again, though, too!

I had Honey nut Cheerios with fresh strawberries.
 

crewsk

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Yep, I was up at 5:30 this morning. Savannah got up too & was dressed for school when she came downstairs. I had to just about pull TC out of bed when it was time for him to get up though.
 

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That's great that Savannah was so excited about school this morning (and all weekend!). How are you holding up so far today? :)
 

crewsk

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I'm holding up pretty well. It's helped that she's been so excited! I think the main thing on her mind today was lunch though. Thy're having taco salad at school & that's what she's wanted since Thursday. The house still seems too quiet at times but I have enough laundry to do today to help cover that up!:LOL:
 

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My kids wanted shrimp for breakfast this morning.:ermm: I talked them into an omelet with shrimp, parmesan cheese, & green onions & we also had leftover fruit from yesterday.
 
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