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December, 2013 ~ Breakfast & Lunch in review!

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bethk

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Nothin' finer to make the house smell fabulous!

I'll bet the girls are nippin' at your ankles....

Barbara101

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yes & they do not get bacon or bacon grease. No 

bethk

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Oh, but if ONLY their legs were as long as Huckleberry's.....there would be no question on if they were not allowed bacon.....too cute!

I've been hungry for chicken salad for over a week ~ and today is the day! Dressing has curry and dill and I added some slivered almonds because when I opened the freezer the package dropped out as a reminder it was there.

bethk

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Poor pic (out of focus) but one of my favorite breakfasts....

Spinach/Caramelized Onion/Cream Cheese omelette w/taco sauce

Imelda HL

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Beth.. copy cat   

for him



here is mine.. coffee with milk and Snow ball cookies ( Mexican wedding cookies)


bethk

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Snowball cookies !!!! For breakfast ~ boy, isn't it great being an adult and not having a Mom tell you no cookies for breakfast? LOL

Barbara101

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If I can get up from under Ms Cat, 2 puppers on my lap, Laptop, I would like some pancakes.

  

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bethk

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I'd want those wrapped around some link sausages.....yum!

bethk

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seems like the only meal I'm cooking lately is my breakfast.....same old ~ same old:

Eggs on spinach w/caramelized onions, supreme orange and toast. I do like my greens for breakfast!

bethk

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I ended up with a plate of sausage gravy on biscuits....you've seen that one before.

I should be good until supper now.

Barbara101

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add pecans.. warm Sf syrup with cinn. side of applewood bacon.

bethk

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Ohhhh, I love pecans heated in my syrup or cooked in with the waffle batter. Can't go wrong with bacon!

I ended up with a couple soft boiled eggs and toast for breakfast....no lunch.

LisaSD

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I bought the double-sided Waring Pro waffle maker at the store and LOVE IT! Now we can both have hot waffles at the SAME TIME! Cooks evenly and accurately. Highly recommend it!

Barbara101

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waring pro to rich for me lol

I got my cuisinart free from Cooking.com.fast, makes great waffles .IF I have a good batter ..Found out I do like corncake waffles.Plus those ready made mix are not so good either jmo..
I make the boys when they want to come over,a cake mix batter waffles they love those.Lemon or carrot cake or chocolate. cheers 

Barbara101

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the best waffle maker that I have had was a GE.Not made anymore. I was so sad when it stopped working & that was just 2yrs ago.Gosh that thing was great.almost 30years of use.Got my moneys worth out of it.

bethk

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I've got an ancient Sunbeam single waffle maker....got it for a wedding shower gift.

Gosh, it's almost 45 years old....does that make it an antique?

bethk

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I just love the sharing of pics! It always makes me want the same thing.....

so, I'm a copy-cat! (thanks, Barb)

Barbara101

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beth that waffle looks so good .I think I need to make that again 

leftover clean out the fridge omelet..I left out the half cabbage tho lol

bethk

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I had the last of my Faux Zuppa Toscana Soup (potato/sausage/kale) for my lunch. And as it was heating up I decided to start soaking some beans to make a bean/sausage/kale soup tomorrow.

UNCLE JIMMY

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bethk wrote:I've got an ancient Sunbeam single waffle maker....got it for a wedding shower gift.

Gosh, it's almost 45 years old....does that make it an antique?

Yep! It's antique!!
I'll bet it makes awesome waffles?

The new ones have teflon coating. We have a Waring fairly new Belgian waffle maker. It has the black non stick coating though.

We have a GE from when we got married in 1966. That is a great one, and the thing has no coating. It makes 4 rectangular waffles at once. like 5 inches by 2-1/2 inches.

Then my ultimate one, is from "1944" .....wow! My Age of 69 years old.
It's a Toastmaster double side by side 7 inch round waffler. A commercial one that weighs a ton to carry it from the closet to the counter.
It's a great machine; with the dial heat settings marked as A B C D E; with E being the hottest.


Would you believe that Tina does not like crispy waffles. She likes them light browned and limp and rubbery. I cannot imagine eating rubbery waffles. haaaaa

Crybaby

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Uncle Jimmy wrote:The new ones have teflon coating. We have a Waring fairly new Belgian waffle maker. It has the black non stick coating though.

I remember when I was a teen and the non-stick spray Pam came out (or it came to New Orleans, a relatively small market where we get everything last). I suggested to my Dad, the waffle maker in our house, that he might use it on the waffle iron (remember how the first waffle always stuck?). I remember the first batch of waffles he made with Pam and him grabbing my head, kissing me and hugging me and telling me I was a genius.

We also weren't so smart when we tried Pam on the old metal ice trays -- the ice came out really easily but you got that nice blob of oily stuff on the top of your drink. That was only tried once...

Imelda HL

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I did not post much, but I followed the conversations and enjoyed the food pictures.. here is a quick post for today.. I've been busy with my sis' visit  Laughing 

breakfast today.. JD maple flavor sausage, eggs and cheese quesadilla.. I made 3 pieces and all were gone fast
 Laughing 

bethk

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Like we say, it always tastes best when someone else makes it!

Barbara101

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funny how you just have to have a couple dogs..  

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