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Breakfast With The Breeze

Discussion in 'Non-Vegas Chat' started by Breeze147, Jul 10, 2016.

  1. Breeze147

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    Looks tasty, Breeze!

    Also, good to see you're following Sonya's guidelines about posting links, albeit sausage ones!

    Hope your day is as great as your breakfast!

    RICHARD
     
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    In contrast:

    Looks like we need to go shopping today...
    The bride used most of my favorite cereal to make Chex mix last night, the juice and milk were finished by the minions this morning.
    In retaliation, I've commandeered one of their toaster waffles!

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    Bon appetite
     
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    The first thing I noticed was the coffee cup, figured you were in Vegas, nope.
    Next I noticed the sausage links, one of each side of the plate.
    On to the plate, please tell me that's not a paper plate.
     
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    Yes, it is a paper plate. I eat 90% of my meals off of paper plates. I always have.
     
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    paper plates?

    damn and I thought I was lazy? :)
     
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    Nice paper plate. I just buy the plain white ones and yes, I too eat most of my meals off of paper plates. Washing dishes is my least favorite chore.

    But yeah, I thought you were in Vegas, Breeze, in one of Caesars Palace rooms.

    Until I saw the paper plate, lol!
     
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    No scrapple?
     
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  10. Breeze147

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    I rotate between link sausage, sausage patties, scrapple and bacon. It is the links turn this week.
     
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    The potatoes look really good. I like them brown. So many of the restaurants nowadays use the shredded potatoes and they are too mushy for me.

    When I was in high school I worked at the nearby Moose Lodge in the kitchen. At the end of the night we would take the unused baked potatoes and dice them up. They would be used to make hash browns the next morning during bingo.
     
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    I eat mainly off paper plates. We only use real plates When my husband and I actually eat a meal together it is dinner/supper and that is only about 2 or 3 times a week.
     
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    Nice job on the potatoes from a home kitchen,are they Ore-Ida? I'd guess you have a small fryer..throw some sautéed onions and peppers in them being from Philly no?
     
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    I do paper plates, too. Less to put in the dishwasher.
     
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    I also do mostly paper plates, but maybe it's just me...but some meals taste better in actual plates and bowls.
     
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    I prefer Chinet dinner plates. They add a touch of class to my dining experience.
     
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    You can re-use paper plates by putting them in the fridge so the food that's stuck on them doesn't spoil.
     
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    Where's the Gross button.
     
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    Those are fresh russet potatoes. I made that from scratch. And yes, they do have peppers and onions in them.
     
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    But home deep fryer or from the pan? Nice job if from pan..