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(("FEBRUARY 2015"))... Breakfast / Lunch / Brunch....

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UNCLE JIMMY

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I made Belgian Waffles for everyone today.

Lunch will be skipped by me, and that way I will save my appetite for Superbowl Eats tonight.

bethk

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I made myself some French toast. It was good for a change of pace....

UNCLE JIMMY

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Eggs & yellow Land O Lakes cheese... rye toast. and coffee.

bethk

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Love our local bakery rye bread for breakfast.

Good for a chilly morning, Jimmy. Just right!

UNCLE JIMMY

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bethk wrote:Love our local bakery rye bread for breakfast.

Good for a chilly morning, Jimmy.  Just right!

Thanks Beth... it was a good start to the snow and ice removal we got overnight.
6 inches of heavy snow / ice . Perfect for making snow cones.

Barbara101

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UNCLE JIMMY

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Looks great Barb.

Tina was out this AM at 7:30 to take GD to work (that's another story),
And she picked me up a big breakfast at Micky D's.... It was good!
3 hot cakes / eggs scrambled / a sausage patty / and a biscuit utter and syrup all for $4.99.

Yesterday afternoon, I blared," Shovel off your car and clean the snow before it freezes solid!"!!!!! ....
Did GD Listen??? NOoooo!!!.... She would rather sit and watch TV whilst she is texting friends on her Ipad ... The Drama this morning was horrific!! And it was everybody else's fault! &&

Barbara101

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Thrilled I live alone     

Barbara101

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Breakfast Tart aka clean out the fridge & put everything in  a pastry shell.with 6 eggs... then bake..then share..

bethk

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Great way to 're-invent' stuff you would soon have to toss.....

Looks great!

Barbara101

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treated myself to pastrami on rye.

bethk

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Oh, YUM!

Once in a while I'll order one 'to go' from the local Jewish deli. I always ask for it 'dry'....no mustard, no nothing. That way, when I get it home, I can dismantle it and, using the loaf of their bread I usually have in the pantry, make three sandwiches. I can't eat as much meat as they put on the sandwich but it's a great way to have a fairly inexpensive lunch for the two of us....plus have enough for a second go around for Dane the next day.

bethk

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I made myself a couple soft cooked eggs for my breakfast....gently placed 2 refrigerated eggs in boiling salted water, set timer for 5 minutes. Easy, peasy. When the timer went off I pushed down the toast and it was hot & ready when I was done peeling and rinsing the eggs.

UNFORTUNATELY.....

the LAST bite of egg/yolk I wiped up with the last bit of toast had a MINISCULE bit of egg shell.

Amazing how that teeny, tiny bit of "crunch" can ruin a perfectly good breakfast.....

Barbara101

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oatmeal bread ( ) toast with Lingonberry jam. 2 mugs of great coffee.

bethk

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When I was in Orlando with Lyn & Barb we stopped at the IKEA store. I looked for Lingonberry jam...didn't have any. They did have a "Cloudberry" jam, but I didn't have a clue what it was so I didn't bother buying any.

They had Lingonberry juice boxes, just no jam. Go figure.

Barbara101

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I buy it at Marshalls. TJ Maxx most likely has it too.Cloudberry seems to me is along the same thing.I know my Swedish gal gave me some  jam & liquor..So good. Low in sugar. .Think she said the berry only blooms once a year.I need to goggle it.



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Barbara101

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Barbara101

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eggs sunny side up over potato,onion,beef hash..

bethk

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Great pic of a great breakfast!

NormM

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I just got some Lingonberry jam from the local grocery store.

http://r2j1cp@gmail.com

Barbara101

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NormM wrote:I just got some Lingonberry jam from the local grocery store.



Lucky you. I am going to pick up some specials at my go to store now.Harris Teeter.100 times better then Publix.Pretty slim pickins for grocery stores here.I will check & see if they have it.Marshalls is right next door so I know they have it.$3.99.
I used the last of mine this morning. Sad

NormM

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As far as I know it has always been available around here. When I lived in that small town before I moved here, they had it too.

http://r2j1cp@gmail.com

Barbara101

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bethk

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Since Dane's spending his day tucked in bed, I get to fix whatever I want for meals (since I'm the only one eating).

Today, one of my favorites, but not his:

Pierogies (homemade/frozen) with potato/cheese filling, carmalized onions & sour cream. YUM!

Barbara101

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chicken sandwich for me.

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