What are you having for breakfast?

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  1. crystal ball

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    banana, grapes & honey, high in sugar
     
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    Low in fat though. :whistle:
     
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    Port!

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    Where are you now? at a farmers convention?

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    On a shoot. Port and sausage rolls for brekkie. Booze and guns is not a good combination though!!:eek:
     
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    Champagne for elevenses.
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    Call me a party pooper, but shooters should not be allowed alcohol.
     
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    True. All the boozers are young farmers. Non bloody stop they are on it all day long.
     
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    You may mock but I still haven't finished that box of grapes. On target to finish them tomorrow and then I suppose I'll have to buy a new box. Had some this morning with my Weetabix, porridge. Flax seed, yoghurt and honey. :)

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    My box of grapes I stuck in the fridge on 2 November (best before 8 Nov) are starting to degrade by the looks ....
     
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    I wasn’t mocking, it was a joke based on the other post (about the grapes) that you made at the same time.
    I would eat them too.
     
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    I must admit, we normally get two weeks max out of a box of grapes if they've not been eaten before they start shrivelling or putting on a fur coat but these ones must have had some kind of special treatment. It'll be interesting to see how long the next box lasts.
     
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    Shopping day today. All I had left breakfast wise in the fridge was one egg and three mushrooms. I made a sort of mushroom omelette on toast. It filled a hole. :rolleyes:

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    Edit: Cheese! I should've added cheese! :(
     
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    I made a start on my latest box of grapes. Today was the best before date. I reckon these will get me to Christmas. :rolleyes:

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    Off on a motorcycling jolly tomorrow with mates so I didn't do a full shop this week. Had a scrounge around in the fridge and found enough for a decent breakfast. Fried broccoli and tomatoes, scrambled eggs, half a tin of ravioli, toast, banana, grapes and a splash of honey. All washed down with a cheeky glass of red. Not bad. Not bad at all. (y)

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