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    Fried potato for breakfast ?

    Probably a good idea, I reckon that would soak up last nights consumption

    I'm off to find me an all day breakfast soon

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    hash browns or home fried potatoes are very common and almost expected for a full American breakfast.

    So, Sabai, what is it your looking for when you find your all day breakfast location spot?

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    I have a traditional Scottish breakfast of 10 plain hand rolled ciggies and either a bottle of Buckfast or 3 bottles of Owd Roger when I can get it. If I'm still peckish I'll go down to the 'chippy' and get a deep fried Mars bar. I'll also have a haggis butty when it's in season. Delicious!
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    There's/used to be a place in Lamai Beach, Samui that sold every single breakie out there - from Texan to Timbuktuean. Not sure if it's still there - but well worth a try should you be unfortunate enough to reside in the locale..

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    Breakfasts start with bacon, maybe some fried bread, are you all raving homosexuals?

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    Quote Originally Posted by dirtydog
    Breakfasts start with bacon, maybe some fried bread, are you all raving homosexuals?
    Possibly ,,,,,,,,, but some like to come out the cupboard a tad slower than ta others ,,,,,,, kao jai mai ?

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    Breakfast for me is usually a bucket of coffee from either Starfucks or Costa-lot

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    Day 1
    Fruit
    1 Boiled Egg
    2 Slices Toast , 1 as soldiers, the other with mandarin orange marmalade
    Black Coffee

    Day 2
    Fruit
    2 Slices Toast with bacon and HP sauce
    Black Coffee

    Day 3
    Fruit Juice
    Wheat flakes, oat flakes, banana, berries, dried apricot, honey and yoghurt
    Black Coffee

    Day 4, 5, 6 & 7
    Rice Porridge
    Black Coffee
    A tray full of GOLD is not worth a moment in time.

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    It's sad to see how many have been brainwashed into thinking that processed grains and skimmed milk plus dried fruit and fruit juice is healthy. You need fats and protein. With any luck the wheat producers will turn to biofuel and we can all get back to eating proper food instead of all this processed crap.

    My breakfast is normally a couple of scrambled eggs with cheese mixed in, black pudding, mushrooms, bacon, sausages, tinned or grilled tomatoes. all normally fried in butter or grilled.

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    Quote Originally Posted by OhOh View Post
    ........... mandarin orange marmalade ........

    hoooooa to the mandarin orange marmalade. I've always got some of that in the fridge.

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    Every day same thing.
    Muesli and fruit, today's is kiwi fruit as Makro had it on special, two for one.

    Most days I'm on the Bike for around 70 K's so can't afford to load up on too much grub.

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    I 'm currently frying some home fried potatoes again today but added some onions. they are cooking now, smell fantastic. In the time being, I had a cup of parmagranit juice and following up with a cup of Old Gray tea with honey as a sweetener.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SEA Traveler
    I had a cup of parmagranit juice
    Is that a ham and rock juice?
    Should sort the bowels out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FailSafe View Post
    Unless I'm on vacation, I have two bananas or a bowl of high-fiber cereal, a can of water-packed tuna, and 650ml of non-fat milk every morning (and I've been having that for many years)- boring, but good early morning fuel and it's easy to digest and hit the gym for an early morning training session.
    Careful now, you might be accused of steroid use!

    On the tuna, I eat the same thing 4 or 5 times a week. Someone just told me that it will cause a spike of mercury in my body.

    Have you heard that it causes mercury rising?

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    Quote Originally Posted by withnallstoke View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by SEA Traveler
    I had a cup of parmagranit juice
    Is that a ham and rock juice?
    Should sort the bowels out.

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    OK, I deserve that one.

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    what a tough crowd ! and it's still early yet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chitown
    On the tuna, I eat the same thing 4 or 5 times a week. Someone just told me that it will cause a spike of mercury in my body.
    Have you heard that it causes mercury rising?
    Must be why I'm 'Mad as a hatter'.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mad Hatter
    3 bottles of Owd Roger
    A Bedfordshire ale in a Scottish breakfast? Whatever next..?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marmite the Dog View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Mad Hatter
    3 bottles of Owd Roger
    A Bedfordshire ale in a Scottish breakfast? Whatever next..?
    In context please - I did say when I can get it! Otherwise it is normally a bottle of:




    but this quite a good alternative as well:




    I think that keeps the record straight.

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    Mad Hatter replies:

    Quote Originally Posted by FailSafe
    Must be why I'm 'Mad as a hatter'.
    Careful! Careful! Whilst I appreciate the allusion, madness is not limited to Hatters, as a cursory perusal of this site will confirm.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mad Hatter
    Careful! Careful! Whilst I appreciate the allusion, madness is not limited to Hatters, as a cursory perusal of this site will confirm.
    The allusion was to the origin of the expression- hatters in the 18th and 19th centuries went 'mad' (experienced neurological problems) due to their having to work with raw mercury.

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    This is a nice breakfast.






    Couple of fried eggs.

    Nice couple of rashers of streaky smoked bacon.

    A few freshly hand picked, grilled mushrooms.

    Grilled tomato and sausage.

    Slice of fried bread.

    Two pieces of black pudding.
    All the women take their blouses off
    And the men all dance on the polka dots
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    Quote Originally Posted by SEA Traveler
    So, Sabai, what is it your looking for when you find your all day breakfast location spot?
    I ended up with a Pork Chop and Mashed potatoes

    I don't know why, but after 3pm, the all day breakfast loses it's appeal to me

    I had some nice Swedish Meatballs yesterday with onion gravy and " Lintberry " the owner called it

    Tasted like cranberry, went really well together

    I just tried to google the berry and came accross a disturbing interpretation

    I don't think I'll be going back there again

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    Oh Oh are you running a weight watchers franchise on the side

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