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The Best Breakfast is

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  1. 1. The Best Breakfast is

    • Pancakes with maple syrup
      5
    • Pancakes without maple syrup
      0
    • Muesli or some other (healthy) tosh
      1
    • McGriddle
      1
    • A six pack
      1
    • Italian style coffee with fresh pastry and morning papers
      5
    • Two six packs
      0
    • Eggs with American bacon
      5
    • Eggs with Canadian bacon
      4
    • Two six packs with bourbon chasers
      2

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For the first time in weeks, I made Bennie and I pancakes for brekky this morning.

As we didn't have any syrup in the house, we had 'em with bannana and yogurt.

Trouble with having syrup in the house, though, is they make the enterprise so yummy-scrumptious that I wanna have those suckers EVERY day. And I suspect that's not really all that healthy.

I have to confess that I usually have muesli with sliced fruit and a good low-fat yogurt. It definitely keeps me in motion, if you know what I mean.

But fundametally, the Italian coffee, pastry 'n' papers thing is my dream breakfast. :g

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Choosing "a six pack" was very tempting, "two six packs," was even more so, but I ended up picking the coffee and pastry, it seems so very PC. ;)

Seriously, I prefer a not so heavy breakfast, but I do love them pancakes from time to time.

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Though I went with "Eggs and American bacon," I actually hate most breakfast foods. I find them WAY too bland. If given the chance, I'll take leftover pizza over cereal or pancakes any day.

Big fan of cheese omelets and bagels and lox, though.

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Fried potatoes w/onions, fried egg, ketchup, beer (in this case it was water by mistake):

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Edited by rockefeller center

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A six-pack is more of a breakfast-through-lunch continual thing, not a breakfast by itself.

Pacing, a lost art?

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Sausage, scrambled eggs, biscuits, gravy and grits, accompanied by coffee, and preceded by orange juice. I guess I'm saying, let's go down to the Waffle House!

What the %$*& is musly and tosh??

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What the %$*& is musly and tosh??

It's the PC version of....

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I thought it was some Rastafarian thing.

Edited by JSngry

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Wasn't it Jim that started the McGriddle thread that was around before? :D

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By the way, I had to go with the eggs and American bacon. There's nothing like the smell of bacon in the morning (and the leftover grease is great for cooking other stuff, too!).

Anyone ever had Portuguese sausage and rice for breakfast? I had that at a McDonald's in Hawaii once. Not too bad, really. I'd eat it again.

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i hate breakfast. :lol:

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My vote goes for "None of the Above"

the 6 pack and bourbon chaser is in second place!!

What's so bad about the classic English Style breakfast with bangers, chips, eggs and beans, toast and black coffee?

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What's breakfast?

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I went with the Canadian Bacon and Eggs though as a rule of thumb I'm not a big breakfast eater. When I do eat breakfast it's usually Ham and Eggs, Huevos Rancheros, Steak and Eggs or whatever was leftover from the night before.

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Easily the most interesting thing about the replies so far is that I deliberately differentiated Canadian bacon from the American variety - because, let's face it, they are not even close to being of the same genre of pork smallgoods - and nobody bats an eyelid. :wacko:

Very strange.

When did "American bacon" mutate to such a pronounced degree that it became its own species and quite different from what most folkses regard as bacon?

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Chocolate chip pancakes.......one of my favorite treats.

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eggs benedict and black coffee for me.

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Here's another treat- use cinnamon or cinnamon raisin bread to make french toast. If you want to be really naughty take two pieces (they're usually smaller anyway)and shmear some cream cheese between (or use that light neufchatel stuff) and then dip the whole thing in the egg and cook it as usual. Add some thick-sliced peppered bacon, a little fresh oj, a nice cup of Sumatra and the Sunday paper and you've got something.

Or you can just have a fruit smoothie and live longer. Actually, it'll just SEEM longer..............

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eggs benedict and black coffee for me.

I am with this cat.

maybe a few slices of nectarine.......

and two beignets.........

and end it all with a stoli bloody mary with pickled okra//////////////

Edited by shrugs

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Easily the most interesting thing about the replies so far is that I deliberately differentiated Canadian bacon from the American variety - because, let's face it, they are not even close to being of the same genre of pork smallgoods - and nobody bats an eyelid. :wacko:

Very strange.

When did "American bacon" mutate to such a pronounced degree that it became its own species and quite different from what most folkses regard as bacon?

No kidding? Canadian bacon is a pork product? I'll take your word for it, but I assumed it was a ham-like product made out of a smaller animal or something. I dunno, prairie dog or something....

Anyway, I definitely went with American bacon and eggs, but grits are a must!

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grits just throw this whole thing off!!!

:)

w/garlic and cheese!!!!

and where's the chili~cheese omellete?

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Shit! Am I the only one who even tries to eat a 'healthy' breakfast ?

Every day, without fail I eat the same thing-

German muesli ( it being the cheapest )

bean milk

natural yoghurt

banana and any other fruit in season

Italian roast coffee, giant size

I guess I risk being branded a wimp/health freak.

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