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    Are you functioning ok? What is that black spooge at the bottom of the plate?

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    If it is bacon, did you cook it before adding it to the eggs?

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    ^^TD man sauce and a lightly toasted baguette.

    ^of course, in butter

    6 eggs in there..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chittychangchang View Post
    TD man sauce

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    ^ spitter?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dillinger View Post
    ^ spitter?

    Squirter....

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    Ended up having a carbonara for breakfast. Because why the fok not.




    It did sit a bit heavily, if I'm honest.

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    Lulu is that carbonara in the sense its spag with ham and melted cheese on top, if so it qualifies as brekkie.

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    Good morning folks, from the kitchen of the fishen.
    So nice not to be pressed for time at the moment.

    Happy holidays season to you all and remember to just breath every now and then.

    It works, trust me.

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    ^Miss fish said that pic's for lulu. I had no problems with that.
    The pig's from our friendly folks mom and pop shop up nord there hay.

    Well not that far north.

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    Huevos pericos (excellent), an arepa (as dry and tasteless as ever), a sweet bread roll (average) with some jam and butter. Beverages consisting of a piss weak coffee together with a fresh mango juice. Fresh fruit to finish and a pleasant view across the plains.

    Breakfast-bfast-jpg

    7/10 all in.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bsnub View Post
    I'm guessing that Chitty's added HP or Daddies, Snubs. Great with a breakfast, but usually when there's bacon or sausages too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hallelujah View Post
    Beverages consisting of a piss weak coffee
    It's a mystery to me why Colombia, one of the world's great coffee bean exporters, makes it hard to find a good cuppa.
    Pues, aquí estamos.

    Time flies like an arrow. Fruit flies like a banana.

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    Quote Originally Posted by happynz View Post
    It's a mystery to me why Colombia, one of the world's great coffee bean exporters, makes it hard to find a good cuppa.
    Prices really. It's an export crop (75% is sent abroad) and most locals can't afford to buy it, so they drink tinto.

    I pay the same for beans as I would do at home in the UK for stuff that's produced 40 kms down the road!

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    Erm is it the same for their other main export crop too Hall?

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    Quote Originally Posted by NamPikToot View Post
    Erm is it the same for their other main export crop too Hall?
    (I'm told that) it's very easy to find, but that quality can also vary greatly. I've also been told that it can be found for less than the price of a pint at home.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hallelujah View Post
    (I'm told that) it's very easy to find, but that quality can also vary greatly. I've also been told that it can be found for less than the price of a pint at home.
    I should hope so too, bananas aren't that expensive in the uk.

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    Indeed. There's nothing better than tropical fruit.

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    A wise old man once told me "if it ain't broke leave it alone."
    Nothing like smoked bacon and a cup of Champee coffee from the Bolaven Plateau.

    Cheers, fish

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    Is that pineapple?

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    Yes, they are on sale 97 cents each. I figured why not a little pineapple and pom juice. With what I plan on pumping through my kidney later I figured this can't hurt.

    Gotta run. I have to pick up a bottle of groceries before it gets dark.

    Cheers, fishy.

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    Always a lot going on in your pics Fish,respect!

    Hope that bottle of groceries is 100%proof hard-core.

    Tis the season of goodwill to mankind and machinery.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hallelujah View Post
    Huevos pericos (excellent), an arepa (as dry and tasteless as ever), a sweet bread roll (average) with some jam and butter. Beverages consisting of a piss weak coffee together with a fresh mango juice. Fresh fruit to finish and a pleasant view across the plains.

    Breakfast-bfast-jpg

    7/10 all in.
    7/10 ! You've gone native El Chapo

    View made up for the lousy breakfast though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hallelujah View Post
    (I'm told that) it's very easy to find, but that quality can also vary greatly. I've also been told that it can be found for less than the price of a pint at home.
    $5 a gram. Allegedly.

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    Breakfast at Greggs

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