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#324213 - 04/11/20 02:50 PM What's for breakfast?
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Fresh cut chives, a mushroom, and baby spinach sauteed in butter; some dollops of cream cheese slightly melted; all blended with two fresh from under the hen scrambled eggs; served on a large corn tortilla. And a freezer find - a gallon of apple juice squeezed in a community effort from local organic Winesaps a couple of years ago.
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#324230 - 04/11/20 05:36 PM Re: What's for breakfast? [Re: logtroll]
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Three eggs sunny side up served over fried potatoes, onions, and red pepper. Home made bread fried in olive oil with herbs de Provence.
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#324244 - 04/11/20 07:23 PM Re: What's for breakfast? [Re: logtroll]
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Quick oatmeal with dried cranberries and brown sugar. I'm trying my wife's regular breakfast as our food supply dwindles. I do use some Beef Base to throw together gluten-free gravy for the Maui Girl so she can have Moco Loco now and then. (Have to use rice flour instead of wheat flour. It actually works better!)

Oatmeal is rather amazing for sustaining you until dinner!

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#324287 - 04/12/20 06:39 PM Re: What's for breakfast? [Re: pondering_it_all]
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Three eggs scrambled in the French style, sausages, a tomato, and again that homemade French bread fried in olive oil.
There's some Everything Bagle Seasoning on top of the eggs.
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#324346 - 04/13/20 11:14 AM Re: What's for breakfast? [Re: Greger]
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How did people drink coffee before half and half was invented?
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#324349 - 04/13/20 12:21 PM Re: What's for breakfast? [Re: logtroll]
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73 years old and I have always and still drink my coffee black. I don't add a thing. The question is, do you want to drink coffee or do you want to drink milk?
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#324350 - 04/13/20 12:41 PM Re: What's for breakfast? [Re: perotista]
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Originally Posted By: perotista
73 years old and I have always and still drink my coffee black. I don't add a thing. The question is, do you want to drink coffee or do you want to drink milk?

That's not necessarily the question, but it is a question.

And it fails to address the very important issue of how much Bailey's to add...
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#324352 - 04/13/20 01:37 PM Re: What's for breakfast? [Re: logtroll]
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Originally Posted By: perotista
73 years old and I have always and still drink my coffee black. I don't add a thing. The question is, do you want to drink coffee or do you want to drink milk?

That's not necessarily the question, but it is a question.

And it fails to address the very important issue of how much Bailey's to add...


None if you want to drink coffee. What's Bailey's?


Edited by perotista (04/13/20 01:51 PM)
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#324353 - 04/13/20 01:45 PM Re: What's for breakfast? [Re: perotista]
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None if you want to drink coffee.

My spidey sense is telling thar's a purist in the neighborhood... coffee
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#324354 - 04/13/20 04:16 PM Re: What's for breakfast? [Re: logtroll]
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Before half and half there was canned evaporated milk. That was before coffee mugs too, coffee was served in tea cups with a saucer. I can still recall my dear old grandpa tilting his hot coffee with canned milk into the saucer to cool it, then sipping the coffee from the saucer.
Before that people had cows and cream was plentiful if they wanted "cream" in their coffee.

I drink a liter of coffee daily, the first cup with my breakfast I have with cream and sugar. After that I drink it black.

Bailey's is good but I prefer Disaronno. I like coffee in all its forms, I like milk, I like them together or separate, I like frothed milk on top of black coffee, I like caffe mocha, I like cafe con leche, I like espresso, Cuban or Italian.

I grind my beans just before brewing coffee in a French press. The water temp is always 191 to 196 degrees. I use Starbucks beans exclusively now because I get it free from my kid. She's a barista there.

As far as I'm concerned the best coffee in the world is Dead Man's Reach From Raven's Brew.

The Post Office may be civilisation, but coffee is life.
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