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December, 2013 ~ Breakfast & Lunch in review!

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UNCLE JIMMY

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It's Saturday early AM, and I was watching TV on the couch, and fell asleep sitting up. Darn! Pain in the neck woke me up, so I just finished a Batter for yeast raised waffles for this morning!

Barbara101

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Pain in the neck woke me up,

I have one too.cat when she wants to eat or wants out ,,,,, that is it,you might as well get up.

gosh waffles sounds good.I should make some too. 

Barbara101

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Imelda HL

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bethk wrote:BLT's ALWAYS sound good.  But I'm kind of hungry for those romaine lettuce wrap ones I made when we were "carb free" ~ man, those were so good and I never missed the bread one bit.

(I'm sure it was the Miracle Whip that I slathered on first, for sure!)

Here's a pic of the ones with avocado....so, SO good!

beautiful color Beth.. not for me though Laughing  my tummy'd cry for some solid foods like breads Very Happy 

this is my breakfast today.. cream cheese bread with a cup of milk with a bit of coffee, today I added some caramel syrup from Starbucks



bethk

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You tempt me SO much, Imelda....

You know my big weakness is bread, bread hot from the oven, oh, heck, even a loaf of store bought bread is OK with me....

But there you go, taking a pic so graphic I can smell it...

((sigh))

LisaSD

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One of the nice things about recuperating at home is being pampered by my husband.  This zucchini tomato omelet was so good that I almost didn't put down my sourdough toast to take a pic.  Hubby has learned how to make good home fries, too.  Wonder who taught him?

LisaSD

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Also, if you ever come visit San Diego, I can recommend a restaurant called Snooze in an area called Hillcrest. We stopped by here on the way home from the hospital. I couldn't eat much of this mixed Eggs Benedict plate (smoked salmon on polenta on the left and traditional Eggs Benedict on the right) and that is a Cinnamon Roll pancake drizzled with who knows what that was to die for. I was too woozy to enjoy much of it...so I guess I'll have to go back when I'm feeling better and try it again. Ha!

bethk

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I hope you're feeling better, Lisa!

And for what it's worth, my advice is to continue to "lay low" whenever your DH is around so he just continues to cook for you. WOW! Nice job.

(last time Dane made me breakfast the home fries were crunchy....like raw potato crunchy, and my eggs were broken and my toast the way HE likes it ~ black)

I'll stay healthy just so I can do the cooking, I guess.

Barbara101

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bethk

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I had a biscuit and sausage gravy for my breakfast and then was running around all day with Lyn....went out for a sandwich for lunch & Bill took us out for supper. It's too easy to NOT cook around here.

bethk

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I made some scrambled eggs for my breakfast....just eggs and a piece of toast.

So, here's a quick question for you:

What is the quickest way to stop over-eating at breakfast???


(Scroll down for the answer......)













EGG SHELL IN YOUR SCRAMBLED EGGS ~ ~ ~ Ewwwwww!

bethk

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I heated a bowl of chili for my lunch and finished off the last of the tortilla chips....now I'm full.

bethk

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Jimmy made me hungry for hotdogs....

Barbara101

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I have not even eaten anything today.I had to take Maggie to groomers,stopped at publix to pick up a few things. Boom my back seized up.I had to leave .man I could hardly walk. affraid  Came home got with the heating pad & took some naproxen.ghezz no standing or cooking or shopping for me. Hopefully I can walk to the small room.Then I have to go pick her up later.I swear what a PIA this getting old is. Everything falls apart.....

bethk

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Oh, man, Barb...so sorry for your PITB....

Stay still and hopefully you'll feel better soon.

Crybaby

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Barbara wrote:I swear what a PIA this getting old is. Everything falls apart.....

Yep, we all fall apart like a cheap suitcase!

UNCLE JIMMY

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Crybaby wrote:
Barbara wrote:I swear what a PIA this getting old is. Everything falls apart.....

Yep, we all fall apart like a cheap suitcase!

OMG... that is so darn funny. I fell off my chair reading that.
Just the other day, I was in the garage, and buried under tons of snit...was a suitcase.
The one zipper was off track...I fixed it, and unzipped it, and again it went off track.
It still had a buckle, so I kept it. As I rolled it, It opened, and the inside was all chewed by a mouse.
I guess they were waiting to go on a trip with Jimmy and Tina. hahahahaha

Bugster2

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At least you didn't find the mouse.

I had a rat fly out at me once when I opened a bag of bird seed.  affraid 

Imelda HL

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our brunch today

green chili and tomato quiche.. I used 2 whole eggs with 1 extra egg white, and used 2 slices of bread as the crust, topped with some cheese




Barbara101

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Messy but that's what make it good.  

Crybaby

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Crybaby wrote:Yep, we all fall apart like a cheap suitcase!

Uncle Jimmy wrote:OMG... that is so darn funny. I fell off my chair reading that.

Yeah, Jimmy, I cracked up the first time Brian used it on me.  I think it's so funny because it's so visual -- you can actually see someone's overstuffed suitcase busting open.  Nothing funnier than that...

bethk

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Breakfast today was in shades of yellow & tan.....

Barbara101

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a start to morning eating.Or just re seasoning my CI skillet.Or making bacon grease.  

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