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    Wot no pancakes

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    Great stuff, Jack.

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    Hate kippers, but always reminds me of this...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bogon View Post
    Hate kippers, but always reminds me of this..
    Always reminds me of me dad being sent to the patio to cook breakfast on a camping stove.

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    To try and make the Klement's Braunschweiger sausage sandwich a bit more healthy I decided to ditch the Pepperidge Farm Rye Pumpernickel swirl and replace it with Brownberry organic 22 grain.
    The ingredients list looks long but it's mostly good stuff. I'll have to look into this Triticale ingredient though. Cant say I've ever heard of it.

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    Looks good fish for snacking.

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    Fukin top man Jack, I was always a breakfast Pariah for kippers, but fuk if someone else is paying and it ain't my place stinking then bring it on, twice

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    Well thanks Jack. I know liver sausage isn't the best for you so I'm trying to balance out good taste and health benefits.

    It's above 0 here so I'm going on my first bicycle ride of the season. I'll try and keep off the ice and out of the ditch.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack meoff View Post
    Looks good fish for snacking.
    You mean a snack for.......

    the fish?

    Couldn't hep myself.

    I may post a pic of the bike trip later If I make it back. Cheers and have a nightcap for me!

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    It looked good mate.
    Take care out there.

    Nightcaps

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    Nothing more satisfying than a Brexit Breakfast

    Local scrambled eggs, button mushrooms , baby tomatoes, Lincolnshire sausages, 21 day matured Scottish steak and toast.
    Could have done with some French fries, Heinz baked beans and Danish bacon. We all have to take a hit

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    ^ that's more like it; fine breakfast that is.
    (although a little bit of pepper on that scrambled egg wouldn't go amis...)

    Quote Originally Posted by fishlocker View Post
    To try and make the Klement's Braunschweiger sausage sandwich a bit more healthy I decided to ditch the Pepperidge Farm Rye Pumpernickel swirl and replace it with Brownberry organic 22 grain.
    The ingredients list looks long but it's mostly good stuff. I'll have to look into this Triticale ingredient though. Cant say I've ever heard of it.
    Surely you have to cook that onion first!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chittychangchang View Post
    a Brexit Breakfast
    Couldn't decide what you wanted, narrowly made a decision, and then spilled the whole lot on the floor and made a mess?


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    Certainly not something anyone would 'Order! Order!'.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chittychangchang View Post
    Nothing more satisfying than a Brexit Breakfast

    Local scrambled eggs, button mushrooms , baby tomatoes, Lincolnshire sausages, 21 day matured Scottish steak and toast.
    Could have done with some French fries, Heinz baked beans and Danish bacon. We all have to take a hit

    Rather dull appearing......with all due respect, Chitty.


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    ^ like the sky in Stoke

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    Quote Originally Posted by HuangLao View Post
    Rather dull appearing......with all due respect, Chitty.
    Why don't you post up a picture of what you find appealing for breakfast....with all due respect.

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    ^He got banned last time for that

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    When I was a kid of about eight or nine my grandmother rented the upper of a duplex off 48th street in the brew town . The owner was a sigle old man named Mr. Brown. He lived in the basement while renting out both units.
    I recall seeing him often eating out of a can while standing next to the cast iron sink in the basement.

    Yes we spied on him and played games like bang on the basement window and run away. Not much else to do there. I often wondered just what the guy was eating. Back then I heard stories of old poor folks that had to eat some messed up stuff. I thought of this....

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    Quote Originally Posted by fishlocker View Post
    To try and make the Klement's Braunschweiger sausage sandwich a bit more healthy I decided to ditch the Pepperidge Farm Rye Pumpernickel swirl and replace it with Brownberry organic 22 grain.
    The ingredients list looks long but it's mostly good stuff. I'll have to look into this Triticale ingredient though. Cant say I've ever heard of it.
    Here ya go some info on the triticale https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Triticale

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    And a damn tasty breakfast it was too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fishlocker View Post
    Klement's Braunschweiger sausage sandwich
    Yum but it is not sausage.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Luigi View Post


    And a damn tasty breakfast it was too.
    WTF you doing eating the outside of her leg?

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    *inner thigh*

    Traditional Italian breakfast

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    Quote Originally Posted by Luigi View Post
    *inner thigh*
    Then whose is the other leg at the back?

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