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November, 2015 ~ What's for breakfast, lunch or brunch?

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Imelda HL

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bethk wrote:Your breads are always such an inspiration!

Have you made your salami & cheese pinwheel muffins lately?  I keep saying I'm going to make them but have never gotten around to giving them a try.  Last time I looked at your blog and the instructions you made it look SOOOOooo easy.  And I'll bet they would go over really good at one of our 'Patio Parties' where we all take a dish to share.  

thank you... I some times made the salami cheese rolls, some times I made it without meat, cream cheese and chives, as you know, Dirk likes them for brunch, they last a few days, so easy morning/noon for me

I've abandoning my blog, no mood to write, esp in English, I have to find the write words to put them on, now I'm writing in my home language in a website calls Cookpad, it's a global cook website, but we can choose the region we want


my link is https://cookpad.com/id/pengguna/2525262

bethk

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Well, I may not be able to understand the words, but I certainly can appreciate the pictures!

Thanks for the link.....

UNCLE JIMMY

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bethk wrote:Well, I may not be able to understand the words, but I certainly can appreciate the pictures!

Thanks for the link.....

Beth, I can read the words in English. I use Google Chrome, and it translates the words for me. Amazing.

bethk

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no kidding?  I'll check it out!

Well isn't that just amazing? Thanks, Jimmy!

(at first I got to the site and didn't notice the little box in the right hand corner offering to translate....but then I saw it)

Barbara101

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chicken wing salad wraps..

bethk

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well isn't that just the prettiest lunch to have set before you!

I had an apple for breakfast/lunch....Dane convinced me to just roast the potatoes in the oven along with the carrots & onions....he says I put too much 'good stuff' in the mashed and he'd rather have plain roasted so he can feel better about spooning gravy over all the veg.

(He's right about the good stuff in the mashed....butter, cream cheese, stewed onions & half & half.)

Barbara101

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well isn't that just the prettiest lunch to have set before you!


lol lol lol PIA..


Thanks...

bethk

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but it IS pretty.

And if you can make 'pretty' for yourself, why not?

You always make me feel as if I want to move in next door to you just to eat a couple meals a day at your table!

Barbara101

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Ha for the most part,I eat off a wood tray table or just off the plate.From the sofa I sit.....My table is piled high with 'stuff'...One of these days I need to clean up..

bethk

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I could bring my own tray table.....

LOL

Barbara101

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Imelda HL

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those will be my breakfast for months.. cashew, walnut, coconut granola

bethk

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good stuff with a base of yogurt!

Barbara101

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Bacon and egg quiches.These freeze great..

bethk

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so pretty!

I didn't think eggs froze so well.....learn somethin' new every day. Thanks!

I've got the turkey carcass cookin' away on the stove. Waste not ~ want not.

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