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What are you having for breakfast?

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Mottie, 29 Jun 2019.

  1. crystal ball

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    Must do after 40 years
     
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  3. securespark

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    Sorry, I meant bread...with the jam.
     
  4. Mottie

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    No, but my butter will have a smidgen of bread with it. :rolleyes:
     
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    lol, yeah, I did notice that my breakfast was looking a bit funny.

    Back to the weekday boiled version today.

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    Eggs are great. I love them, and a quick breakfast or lunch is so easy.
     
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    yep, I have 2 eggs most days. Also trying (and succeeding) to lose weight, so having breakfast at midday, then no more food til dinner.

    Down almost 6kg now (almost a stone). Another 12kg to lose!
     
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    I worked with a guy who went on an egg & grapefruit diet, the pounds just fell off him
     
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    Is that an ID and password I can see on that piece of paper by the keyboard? :whistle:
     
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    No ... you must have imagined it!
     
  13. Mottie

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    Might as well have that tea black?

     
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    why would I do that?
     
  16. Mottie

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    Kippers again. But not any old kippers - Sainsbury’s' Taste the difference' hand prepared kippers! :rolleyes: With a couple of slices of my own freshly baked bread. Gotta have pepper and what I call 'proper vinegar' on them.

    You rarely find 'proper vinegar' (non-brewed condiment) in supermarkets or outside London. Chip shops or greengrocers sell it. Mrs Mottie won’t touch it - she calls it ‘East End brown acid stuff' which, technically I suppose, it is. In fact, whenever we talk about vinegar, our wedding which was in her home town of Wickford, crops up. Her sister ****ed up the two giant bowls of jellied eels we had delivered on the day by only buying malt vinegar. Malt vinegar! Our London guests have never forgiven or forgotten.......

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  17. Start the day as you mean to go on

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