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What are you having for breakfast?

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

  1. EddieM

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    Bacon (nitrate & nitrite free of course) sarnie with brown sauce, naturally. Beat yesterday's vile brekker into a cocked hat.
     
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  3. Brigadier

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    Gotta be seeded bread (toasted and buttered) for me, and brown sauce.
    And mushrooms.
     
  4. Ian H

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    We have kept up with the Sunday morning fry ups, strange today though, the house is silent, only me up and I won’t be cooking anything.
     
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    I'll be doing bacon and egg sarnies later, as we're trending to miss Sunday breakfasts lately, and going straight to brunch - type thing.
     
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  6. Mottie

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    Kippers again this morning. Must be with white pepper and chip shop vinegar. :D

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    This thread is like the trend on facebook of people posting pictures of their food :)

    Breakfast today - pint of tea followed by a diet coke. Can't do food until lunch :sick:
     
  8. Mottie

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    That’s the nature of breakfast. Anyway, some on here demand proof of every statement. (y)
     
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    lol.
     
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    And for this morning..........a fry up with no frying involved! Used some left over toms, bacon, mushrooms and half a tin of beans from the depths of the fridge. All grilled apart from the scrambley eggs with a couple of slices of seeded wholemeal bread and a cup of splosh. It’s like being on holiday. :LOL:

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  12. Brigadier

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    Bacon, egg, mushroom and brown sauce toasted sarnies shortly.

    And a gallon of tea (n)
     
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    Another 'elfi one. Lightly poached free range blue shelled eggs, toasted crusty homemade bread, steamed Argentinian asparagus and a twist of Maldon sea salt and crushed black Kampot peppercorns. Not just any old poached egg on toast. ;)

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    Latte made with foamed milk using my new steamer.

    Texturising the milk to get rich microfoam is pretty difficult, I'm improving though......still a long way from doing any latter art.
     
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    Ah, the problems we have today!! :) :)
     
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    Just 2 lightly toasted brioche rolls. Aldi- tried them from all over (inc France!) and they are my faves.
     
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    A Kebab :LOL:
     
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