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Post by sideache » Sat Sep 24, 2011 9:54 am

The lovely Mrs made egg & BACON sandwiches.
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Post by fisherofpipes » Sat Sep 24, 2011 8:44 pm

Breakfast tomorrow will be around noon, after church, but on Sunday I almost always do a breakfast-style meal after church. Tomorrow will be representative of what I usually do: authentic stone-ground yellow grits (probably with cheese), a couple of fried eggs, and of course, bacon!
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Post by Irish-Dane » Sun Sep 25, 2011 10:35 am

Leftovers from my early morning (3 o'clock am) meal with the lady friend.
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Post by Thunktank » Sun Sep 25, 2011 10:41 am

Skipped church this morning. Had my usual Oatmeal with yogurt, blueberries and raw pecans, an egg, pineapple OJ and coffee.

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Post by JimVH » Sun Sep 25, 2011 10:43 am

Oatmeal. Egg. Biscuit. Coffee.

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Post by GabeSyme » Sun Sep 25, 2011 12:23 pm

Eggs with cheddar and paprika.
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Post by OldWorldSwine » Sun Sep 25, 2011 12:42 pm

Pancakes & bacon. Oh, yeah.
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Post by fisherofpipes » Sun Sep 25, 2011 1:20 pm

fisherofpipes wrote:Breakfast tomorrow will be around noon, after church, but on Sunday I almost always do a breakfast-style meal after church. Tomorrow will be representative of what I usually do: authentic stone-ground yellow grits (probably with cheese), a couple of fried eggs, and of course, bacon!
Cooking this now-late breakfast. I had more bacon left than I thought, so I'm frying it all up and will make BLTs later.
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Post by Cleon » Fri Nov 18, 2011 8:10 am

Steel cut oats and barley.
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Post by sideache » Fri Nov 18, 2011 9:18 am

Bacon and eggs
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Post by fisherofpipes » Tue Dec 06, 2011 9:45 am

Sausage (ok, it's almost as good as bacon), fried eggs with my homemade jalapeno sauce, and cheese grits. Yoda is sharing, and in fact it's hard to keep him away from the plate long enough to type this post!

My local grocery has continued their habit of discontinuing a product as soon as I start to really like it, and buy it all the time. This time, it's the authentic stone-ground grits. Today's grits are (barf) plain old Quaker Grits. Guess I'll have to look online for the real stuff.
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Post by Hovannes » Tue Dec 06, 2011 9:56 am

honey bunches with almonds & a sliced bannana in 2%

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Post by colton » Tue Dec 06, 2011 9:57 am

colton wrote:Two hard-boiled eggs with Celtic sea salt, a hunk of sharp cheddar cheese, and gas-station coffee.

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Post by Jake » Tue Dec 06, 2011 10:29 am

Irish-Dane wrote:Leftovers from my early morning (3 o'clock am) meal with the lady friend.
Ohh, I-D! Not THE lady friend!

"MY lady friend" sounds so much more endearing.

Back to breakfast, I'm having oatmeal and coffee.
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Post by gravel » Tue Dec 06, 2011 11:28 am

Hot Oat Bran cereal, agave nectar, raisins and fresh roasted coffee.

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Post by fisherofpipes » Tue Dec 06, 2011 4:05 pm

fisherofpipes wrote:My local grocery has continued their habit of discontinuing a product as soon as I start to really like it, and buy it all the time. This time, it's the authentic stone-ground grits. Today's grits are (barf) plain old Quaker Grits. Guess I'll have to look online for the real stuff.
After my little diatribe here about "real" grits, I just now ordered 10 pounds of the yellow stone ground variety from Old Mill. $14.95 and $8.95 shipping, but now I can have what I consider to be real grits for breakfast for a long time, especially as I only really eat breakfast a couple days a week. I'm told there are even some "Yankees" who like the yellow variety of grits. Believe me, they are much better than mass-produced Quaker Grits, like the cheapest OTC aromatic you can think of compared to a fine Virginia from SG or McClelland.
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Post by graperonto » Tue Dec 06, 2011 4:27 pm

A bowl of Frosted Flakes
A banana
A few small chunks of 7-year-old sharp cheddar cheese

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Post by Gabriel » Tue Dec 06, 2011 4:30 pm

fisherofpipes wrote:
fisherofpipes wrote:My local grocery has continued their habit of discontinuing a product as soon as I start to really like it, and buy it all the time. This time, it's the authentic stone-ground grits. Today's grits are (barf) plain old Quaker Grits. Guess I'll have to look online for the real stuff.
After my little diatribe here about "real" grits, I just now ordered 10 pounds of the yellow stone ground variety from Old Mill. $14.95 and $8.95 shipping, but now I can have what I consider to be real grits for breakfast for a long time, especially as I only really eat breakfast a couple days a week. I'm told there are even some "Yankees" who like the yellow variety of grits. Believe me, they are much better than mass-produced Quaker Grits, like the cheapest OTC aromatic you can think of compared to a fine Virginia from SG or McClelland.
mmm.... stone ground grits... man. That's been awhile. Haven't bought any since the last time we were in Charleston, SC. Mrs. Gabriel makes some fantastic creamy style white grits. Superb with bacon, coffee, and Prince Albert. :D
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Post by fisherofpipes » Tue Dec 06, 2011 4:38 pm

Gabriel wrote:
fisherofpipes wrote:
fisherofpipes wrote:My local grocery has continued their habit of discontinuing a product as soon as I start to really like it, and buy it all the time. This time, it's the authentic stone-ground grits. Today's grits are (barf) plain old Quaker Grits. Guess I'll have to look online for the real stuff.
After my little diatribe here about "real" grits, I just now ordered 10 pounds of the yellow stone ground variety from Old Mill. $14.95 and $8.95 shipping, but now I can have what I consider to be real grits for breakfast for a long time, especially as I only really eat breakfast a couple days a week. I'm told there are even some "Yankees" who like the yellow variety of grits. Believe me, they are much better than mass-produced Quaker Grits, like the cheapest OTC aromatic you can think of compared to a fine Virginia from SG or McClelland.
mmm.... stone ground grits... man. That's been awhile. Haven't bought any since the last time we were in Charleston, SC. Mrs. Gabriel makes some fantastic creamy style white grits. Superb with bacon, coffee, and Prince Albert. :D
Yeah, creamy white isn't really so bad as I was making out, but once you have those yellow stone ground, whew, baby!
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Post by fisherofpipes » Wed Dec 14, 2011 12:35 pm

fisherofpipes wrote:
fisherofpipes wrote:My local grocery has continued their habit of discontinuing a product as soon as I start to really like it, and buy it all the time. This time, it's the authentic stone-ground grits. Today's grits are (barf) plain old Quaker Grits. Guess I'll have to look online for the real stuff.
After my little diatribe here about "real" grits, I just now ordered 10 pounds of the yellow stone ground variety from Old Mill. $14.95 and $8.95 shipping, but now I can have what I consider to be real grits for breakfast for a long time, especially as I only really eat breakfast a couple days a week. I'm told there are even some "Yankees" who like the yellow variety of grits. Believe me, they are much better than mass-produced Quaker Grits, like the cheapest OTC aromatic you can think of compared to a fine Virginia from SG or McClelland.
Of course by now, my grits have arrived, and are stuffed into two large plastic containers in the fridge, since it might take me a couple years to eat all those grits; I don't have a real breakfast but a couple days a week, and it's usually more like at lunchtime.

That is the plan for right now: I'm going to make some of those grits (with cheese: hey, I'm a CPSer!) and cook up four slices of thick-cut bacon and a fried egg to go with them.
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