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    what do you like to have for breakfast
    I like chuck steak and french fries

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    real food at breakfast ..
    nothing but coffee, until at least mid-day
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    I usually start with coffee and a donut. After that I wake up.

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    I hate to feed the low-carb craze, but the best breakfast is an omelet wrap. Just scramble up some eggs, throw in some bacon, garlic, cheese and onions. Add a healthy dose of hot sauce. Wrap it up and eat!

    If you have the bacon made in advance, it only takes a few minutes to make.
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    50-50 mix of quick oats and cream of wheat, dowsed with sugar, cocoa, butter, and topped off with 2% - chow it down while I check reports. The 50-50 mix minimizes lumps when microwaved.

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    Well let's see.

    1. Country ham.
    2. Red-eye gravy.
    3. Grits.
    4. Home-made biscuits (sp?).
    5. Eggs fried over easy.
    6. Some home-made jam.
    7. Coffee.

    Anyone hungry?

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    Muesli (or good ole oatmeal) and tea...

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    PB&J and H2O!

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    Quote Originally Posted by jrrl
    PB&J and H2O!
    Oh, PB&J - PB&J!!!!! When we decided to move to Russia, I had to load my car (that I shipped over from the Baltimore to St. Pete, Russia) with Peanut Butter!! They don't sell it here... Neither do they like it.... Oh, these Russians.... My wife can't believe I "can eat this stuff". What does she know about the "British-American delicatessen"?!

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    Pepsi - breakfast of champions!

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    I like to have:

    Muesli made with plain yogurt, topped with grapefruit segments and honey.

    I usually have - one or two pieces of toast and butter.

    Now here's a question that has always puzzled me about the US - exactly what are eggs "over easy" and "sunny side up"?

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    Sunny side up I always thought was where the yoke of the egg is upwards
    and over easy is the yoke on the bottom but not broken

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    Either way the yoke is not cooked hard.

    It is still liquid and runny.

    Perfect for dragging a biscuit through and sopping it up.

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    Cinnamon toast!
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    An apple or cereal.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BurgerBoy
    Either way the yoke is not cooked hard.

    It is still liquid and runny.

    Perfect for dragging a biscuit through and sopping it up.
    Biscuit? I assume you don't mean a rich-tea or chocolate digestive. What are breakfast biscuits like?

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    Quote Originally Posted by MichaelColey
    Cinnamon toast!
    Oh, no... We have to stop this! I can't wait till breakfast comes! I'll make me half of what was mentioned above!!

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    One of my favorites is what we jokingly call "chinese breakfast" because I had quite a few variations on it in China: some steamed white rice, diced veggies, maybe some small amount of diced meat (steak, pork, sausage) for flavor...tossed in a wok with a little oil and heated and then crack an egg into it and stir it around until the egg is cooked.

    The household favorite is something we do with leftover pizza. Dice up the pizza into rough 1 to 1 1/2" cubes, crust especially. Mix it in a bowl with a beaten egg mixture and some basil, kind of like making french toast. Heat up a pan with olive oil and cook the mixture, stirring just enough so that it gets cooked through and has some tasty brownness. It's kind of like french toast, kind of like a fritatta. Works for breakfast or dinner.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Paul Ward
    Biscuit? What are breakfast biscuits like?
    Southern biscuits are "pillowy cushions of love". :-)
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    Buttermilk Biscuits Recipe
    Ingredients
    3-1/2 cup unblerached all-purpose four (16 ounces)
    1 tsp salt (0.25 ounces)
    2 tsp baking powder (0.33 ounces)
    1/4 tsp baking soda (0.08 ounces)
    1-1/2 cup butter, unsalted, cold (12 ounces)
    1-1/2 cup buttermilk, cold (12 ounces)


    Instructions
    Sift flour, salt, baking powder, and baking soda together into a mixing bowl.

    Use a knife or pasty cutter to chop the butter into pieces about the diameter of a quarter. Toss them into the flour and mix with your hands, lightly rubbing the flour and butter into each other between your fingers (DO NOT let the fingertips rub against ech other or the friction will melt the butter). Work the dough until the butter pieces are down to the diameter of a dime and are covered by the flour mixture.

    Stir the buttermilk into the flour mixture just until the ingredients are gathered and form a dough ball.

    Line a sheet pan with parchment paper.

    Lightly flour a surface with flour, and roll the dough in it. Dust the counter again and roll out the dough with a rolling pin into a rectangle about 3/4-inch thick. Peel the dough up from the counter and fold it, like a letter, into thirds. Give it 1/4 turn. Flour the counter and the top of the dough and roll it out again to 3/4-inch thick. Peel up again and again fold into thirds.

    Transfer the dough to the prepared pan. Cover with plastic wrap and refrigerate for 20 minutes.

    Remove the dough from the refrigerator, roll it out again to 3/4-inch thick, fold in thirds one more time, and roll out again, at 3/4-inch thick.

    Cut the dough into 2 x 2 x 2-inch triangular pieces or use a cookie or biscuit cutter to cut into rounds. Place the cut biscuits on the parchment paper, cover, and refrigerate for 20 minutes.

    Preheat the oven to 500 degrees F. Brush the tops of the biscuits with buttermilk or melted butter. Place them in the oven and immediately reduce the heat to 375 degrees F.

    Bake for 12 to 15 minutes, or until LIGHTLY browned and golden all around. Allow to cool for 5 minutes and serve while still warm.

    Yield: 24 biscuits


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    Now I guess that you want to know what red-eye gravy is that you put on them ??

    Redeye gravy
    n.

    Gravy made from the juices of a cooked country ham, thickened with flour and often containing black coffee.

    INGREDIENTS:
    1/3 cup oil
    1 (1 pound) country ham steak, cut into serving pieces
    1 1/4 cups brewed coffee
    1/2 teaspoon salt


    DIRECTIONS:
    Heat oil over medium-high heat in a cast iron skillet. Fry ham on both sides until browned. Remove ham and set aside. Stir coffee and salt into the hot oil. Return to a boil over medium heat, stirring to get any bits of ham that may be stuck to the pan. Cook until the mixture has reduced by 1/3. Remove from heat and serve over ham and biscuits.

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    My breakfast is usually http://www.barbarasbakery.com/produc...57&category=16 and http://www.westsoy.biz/products/product/1136.php and a half a banana.

    In the winter I like cream of rice with maple syrup.

    I am a carb freak.

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    Thanks for the information, I'm learning a lot of answers to old - fairly unimportant but niggling - questions here.

    Next one - Grits? grit is something the road menders scatter on top of the tar here or what the council spread on the roads when it's icy.

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    I don't wake up till around lunch time but when i do eat breakfast it's one of these:

    1. Mountain Dew
    2. Pancakes - Either via Bisquick or Microwave Pancakes
    3. French Toast
    4. Cheerios - Used to eat Apple Jacks all the time a long time ago until they had to add the green Apple Jack into the mix
    5. B.E.T. - Bacon, Eggs, Toast

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