What do you eat for breakfast?

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  1. photo gal

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    Today, I ate the way I eat 80 percent of the time, dry cereal with, added fruit, topped with yogurt. :thumbup:

    However the day before yesterday I ate chips and onion dip for breakfast Weird, anyway it got me wondering. :meh:

    What's the weirdest thing you've eaten for breakfast?
     
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    I normally have any one of the following:
    -Yogurt with grapenuts
    -Cereal
    -Frozen waffle (or on the weekends waffles from our waffle maker :thumbsup: )

    The weirdest thing....hmmm....as a teenager I would sometimes eat cold pizza, or leftovers from popcorn that my Dad made the night before.
     
  3. MDowdey

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    i ate cereal out of a dirty ashtray...


    what! what! yeah, i know...true pimp.
     
  4. LittleMan

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    I have to have a high protein breakfast or else I won't make it untill lunch...
    I usually have ham/egg breakfast tacos.(with hot sauce)
    I also make myself Garlic Pasta with tomatoe sauce on it and a lot of parmesian cheese. :)

    The weirdest thing... for you northerners who have never heard of a breakfast taco I'm sure that you would think that was weird...
    But I think the strangest thing I've ever had for breakfast was when I made myself venisine(deer meat) with a bread crumb coating... a lot like chicken fried steak.... only a LOT better.
    It was really good but I guess it's strange because I made it for breakfast. :)
     
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    :biglaugh:
    I'm sorry, now that I read it... it does sound like I'm complaining... :lmao:

    sorry about that. :)
     
  7. MDowdey

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    its ok dude, just ribbing you.

    sounds really good though.
     
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    yeah, I hope I can get myself another deer this year...
    It's a lot cheaper than buying that much meat at the store.
    I think you save around $200-$300 with just one deer. (My family eats a lot of meat)
     
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    Normally I have nothing. Now and then I'll have a couple of slices of toast. If not that then I load up with cockies and a packet of crisps.
    And tea of course. Ranging between 1 and 5 cups before lunch (2pm-ish normally).
     
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    P-nut butter and jelly with diced jalepano peppers on wheat. You get all the goodness with just a bit of bite. Mmmmmmmm,Mmmmmmmm

    or yogart
     
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    I'm not much of a breakfast eater on workdays because I'm not much of an early riser. Usually, it's coffee and Altoids during the 26-mile commute.

    Now weekends are a different story. Saturdays, it's something easy like cold cereal, toast, etc. On Sunday morning, comes the big production. It's the only day of the week that the wife and I mutually have off from work...and I'm the breakfast cook of the pair. Southern style country breakfasts, omelettes, pancakes, even eggs Benedict complete with scratch-made Hollandaise (it's not that hard, really). Eggs, bacon or sausage, real honest-to-gawd butter...oh yeah, we're a couple of strokes waiting to happen.
     
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    I don't usually have bfast during the weekdays.
     

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