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    My only problem now is that after my heart attack its all no salt so my breakfasts look a lot more like Trish's than some toxic male breakfast.

    Another wimpy breakfast meal I actually enjoy is rice, heavy cream, brown sugar, and raisins. If you boil all that it becomes rice pudding
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    Quote Originally Posted by nathanbforrest45 View Post
    Mine is corned beef hash, eggs sunny side up, and grits.

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    Grits with 2-3 eggs added in the last two minutes of cook time. Add hot sauce.
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    Any one remember Anne Landers the advice columnist? A new husband wrote and asked if it was ok that his new wife would wake up and cook bacon naked, Anne's advice was "make sure she wears an apron"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marcus Aurelius View Post
    Without spirits, if that's what you mean. My version isn't quite as Medieval as the Medieval recipe. Oats, oat bran, raisins, walnuts, banana, a bit of honey, a bit of cinnamon. Anyone who wants to be healthy should eat oatmeal every morning.
    Well, I don't know about healthy but I will vouch for regular!

    Actually, I was just pulling your leg with my question. I had no particular with or without in mind!
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    Quote Originally Posted by nathanbforrest45 View Post
    My only problem now is that after my heart attack its all no salt so my breakfasts look a lot more like Trish's than some toxic male breakfast.

    Another wimpy breakfast meal I actually enjoy is rice, heavy cream, brown sugar, and raisins. If you boil all that it becomes rice pudding
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    Quote Originally Posted by jigglepete View Post
    Any one remember Anne Landers the advice columnist? A new husband wrote and asked if it was ok that his new wife would wake up and cook bacon naked, Anne's advice was "make sure she wears an apron"
    good advice....really good advice
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    Quote Originally Posted by nathanbforrest45 View Post
    Mine is corned beef hash, eggs sunny side up, and grits.

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    Eggs, over medium, ham, bacon, sausage, wheat toast, and hash browns. But, yours sounds good too!

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    Quote Originally Posted by nathanbforrest45 View Post
    My only problem now is that after my heart attack its all no salt so my breakfasts look a lot more like Trish's than some toxic male breakfast.

    Another wimpy breakfast meal I actually enjoy is rice, heavy cream, brown sugar, and raisins. If you boil all that it becomes rice pudding
    When we were kids, we'd take left over white rice, and mix it with lowfat milk, sugar, and raisins. Yours sounds like the French version of that, lol.

    We would also take fresh strawberries from the garden, and mash them up with milk and sugar.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jimmyz View Post
    I'd have to go with blueberry pancakes with a side of thick cut bacon and a tall glass of iced milk. Even though Mrs. Butterworth's syrup is artificial I prefer it over syrup from a tree.
    Blasphemy!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by jigglepete View Post
    Cold pizza and warm beer...no, wait, that was college.
    Eggs and bacon, or eggs and corned beef hash (canned, with the tiny potatoes).
    When I throw leftover pizza in my lunchbox, it RARELY makes it all the way to the jobsite. Okay, it never does.

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