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  1. #1
    Somebody Guest

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    spaghetti... if one can have a "breakfast burrito", why not "breakfast
    spaghetti"?
    with crumbled Morningstar prime and bertolli spag sauce.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Kh80jJNgRrY



  2. #2
    Gary Guest

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    Somebody wrote:
    >
    > spaghetti... if one can have a "breakfast burrito", why not "breakfast
    > spaghetti"?
    > with crumbled Morningstar prime and bertolli spag sauce.


    I often have "breakfast for dinner" so why not "dinner for breakfast?" PS-
    make your own spaghetti sauce sometime, or at least enhance the bertolli to
    your taste.

    G.

  3. #3
    Somebody Guest

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    "Gary" <[email protected]> wrote in message news:[email protected]..
    > Somebody wrote:
    >>
    >> spaghetti... if one can have a "breakfast burrito", why not "breakfast
    >> spaghetti"?
    >> with crumbled Morningstar prime and bertolli spag sauce.

    >
    > I often have "breakfast for dinner" so why not "dinner for breakfast?"
    > PS-
    > make your own spaghetti sauce sometime, or at least enhance the bertolli
    > to
    > your taste.
    >
    > G.



    I crushed some garlic and put it in the marinara bertolli. If I get enough
    'matoes, maybe try my own... I once made spaghetti with just tomatoes.
    Once with peanut butter. (Concluded Pad Thai from restaurants is better) I
    think mushrooms make a big difference, regarding spaghetti

    one for the raccoons:
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k22e6EAPv34



  4. #4
    Gary Guest

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    Somebody wrote:
    >
    > "Gary" <[email protected]> wrote in message news:[email protected]..
    > > Somebody wrote:
    > >>
    > >> spaghetti... if one can have a "breakfast burrito", why not "breakfast
    > >> spaghetti"?
    > >> with crumbled Morningstar prime and bertolli spag sauce.

    > >
    > > I often have "breakfast for dinner" so why not "dinner for breakfast?"
    > > PS-
    > > make your own spaghetti sauce sometime, or at least enhance the bertolli
    > > to
    > > your taste.
    > >
    > > G.

    >
    > I crushed some garlic and put it in the marinara bertolli. If I get enough
    > 'matoes, maybe try my own... I once made spaghetti with just tomatoes.
    > Once with peanut butter. (Concluded Pad Thai from restaurants is better) I
    > think mushrooms make a big difference, regarding spaghetti


    I plan to make big batch of spaghetti sauce soon. I used to make it
    completely from scratch but have since learned to buy canned sauce and
    enhance it. It's almost as much work but at least you start with a good
    sauce base. I'll post my process once I make it.

    >
    > one for the raccoons:
    > http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k22e6EAPv34


    Raccoons are actually very nice animals (can be domesticated) but natually
    they will turn evil on you if you threaten them. Humans will do that too.
    Rabies carriers? Yes, but it's rare in most places. dogs and cats and even
    my beloved ferrets are also potential carriers of rabies.

    Bryan's comment that raccoons are vermin is lame. We humans are the ones
    encroaching on their territory so naturally they will show up in the
    occasional house or so. We constantly cut down forests and move in to their
    homes. No wonder bears, raccoons and other animals are "in our way" these
    days.

    Now I will switch into Tommy Joe mode:
    Animals aren't the problem, it's us humans expanding on and on and
    encroaching on the wilderness areas. What we really need is World War 3 to
    eliminate about half of the humans. Then things might balance out for
    another century or so.

    Humans are not all that, history wise. The dinosaurs lived and dominated
    the earth for a lot longer than we have so far.

    G.

  5. #5
    sf Guest

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    On Sun, 30 Sep 2012 08:59:20 -0400, "Somebody" <[email protected]> wrote:

    > spaghetti... if one can have a "breakfast burrito", why not "breakfast
    > spaghetti"?
    > with crumbled Morningstar prime and bertolli spag sauce.


    My breakfast spaghetti is always dressed with a tomato sauce and eaten
    with cottage cheese.... breakfast lasagna is served with cottage
    cheese too.

    --
    I take life with a grain of salt, a slice of lemon and a shot of tequila

  6. #6
    Andy Guest

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    Gary <[email protected]> wrote:

    > Somebody wrote:
    >>
    >> spaghetti... if one can have a "breakfast burrito", why
    >> not "breakfast spaghetti"?
    >> with crumbled Morningstar prime and bertolli spag sauce.

    >
    > I often have "breakfast for dinner" so why not "dinner for
    > breakfast?" PS- make your own spaghetti sauce sometime, or
    > at least enhance the bertolli to your taste.




    After days of minimalist eating and little water, today's
    breakfast amounted to Lloyd's brand BBQ pulled pork and toasted
    onion bagel.

    More importantly, after days of stomach growling and terrible
    gas my stomach has settled down and I had more thirst than
    appetite. I had:

    Two tall glasses (16oz.) of ice cold fat-free milk
    Glugs of grapefruit juice
    Glugs of ice-cold water
    A tall glass of ice-cold OJ.

    I don't know if it is some measure of dehydration or just
    intense thirst but every gulp was immensely satisfying. I wasn't
    dainty about it, guzzling tall glasses non-stop!

    An ice-cold bottle of Eco Domani's pinot gregio in today's
    liquid rotation.

    You? <VBG>

    Andy

  7. #7
    Andy Guest

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    Gary <[email protected]> wrote:

    > Somebody wrote:
    >>
    >> "Gary" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    >> news:[email protected]..
    >> > Somebody wrote:
    >> >>
    >> >> spaghetti... if one can have a "breakfast burrito",
    >> >> why not "breakfast spaghetti"?
    >> >> with crumbled Morningstar prime and bertolli spag
    >> >> sauce.
    >> >
    >> > I often have "breakfast for dinner" so why not "dinner
    >> > for breakfast?" PS-
    >> > make your own spaghetti sauce sometime, or at least
    >> > enhance the bertolli to
    >> > your taste.
    >> >
    >> > G.

    >>
    >> I crushed some garlic and put it in the marinara bertolli.
    >> If I get enough 'matoes, maybe try my own... I once made
    >> spaghetti with just tomatoes. Once with peanut butter.
    >> (Concluded Pad Thai from restaurants is better) I think
    >> mushrooms make a big difference, regarding spaghetti

    >
    > I plan to make big batch of spaghetti sauce soon. I used
    > to make it completely from scratch but have since learned
    > to buy canned sauce and enhance it. It's almost as much
    > work but at least you start with a good sauce base. I'll
    > post my process once I make it.




    At a co-worker's home for a night of poker and beer, his wife
    made two large aluminum pans of garlic-clam spaghetti. Hands
    down the best spaghetti I ever ate!

    I passed out on the living room sofa. I woke up first.
    Stretching out, I spied a pan of it on the kitchen counter. I
    smartly decided that was breakfast. Without reheating I had two
    large platefuls and then drove to work. Without a toothbrush, I
    had the best/badest breath in the office!

    My spaghetti is pretty mundane. I use tomato paste thinned with
    a little water or wine and some TJ's brand meatless meatballs.
    For rotelle (corkscrew style noodles) I drown them in pesto and
    stab at them. :9

    Andy

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    Bryan Guest

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    On Sunday, September 30, 2012 8:56:35 AM UTC-5, Gary wrote:
    > Somebody wrote:
    >
    >
    > Bryan's comment that raccoons are vermin is lame. We humans are the ones
    >
    > encroaching on their territory so naturally they will show up in the
    >
    > occasional house or so. We constantly cut down forests and move in to their
    >
    > homes. No wonder bears, raccoons and other animals are "in our way" these
    >
    > days.
    >
    >
    >
    > Now I will switch into Tommy Joe mode:
    >
    > Animals aren't the problem, it's us humans expanding on and on and
    >
    > encroaching on the wilderness areas. What we really need is World War 3 to
    >
    > eliminate about half of the humans. Then things might balance out for
    >
    > another century or so.
    >

    You are species traitors.
    >
    > G.


    --Bryan

  9. #9
    Somebody Guest

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    "Gary" <[email protected]> wrote in message news:[email protected]..

    > Raccoons are actually very nice animals (can be domesticated) but natually
    > they will turn evil on you if you threaten them. Humans will do that too.
    > Rabies carriers? Yes, but it's rare in most places. dogs and cats and
    > even
    > my beloved ferrets are also potential carriers of rabies.



    did you name any Frank (Burns)?



  10. #10
    Somebody Guest

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    "Gary" <[email protected]> wrote in message news:[email protected]..

    > Now I will switch into Tommy Joe mode:
    > Humans are not all that, history wise.
    >
    > G.


    "The Toba catastrophe theory suggests that a bottleneck of the human
    population occurred c. 70,000 years ago, proposing that the human population
    was reduced to perhaps 15,000 individuals[3] when the Toba supervolcano in
    Indonesia erupted and triggered a major environmental change. The theory is
    based on geological evidences of sudden climate change and on coalescence
    evidences of some genes (including mitochondrial DNA, Y-chromosome and some
    nuclear genes)[4] and the relatively low level of genetic variation with
    humans."
    the next magnetic pole reversal could also do a fair amount of damage.



  11. #11
    Somebody Guest

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    "Andy" <[email protected]> wrote in message news:[email protected]..
    >
    > An ice-cold bottle of Eco Domani's pinot gregio in today's
    > liquid rotation.
    >
    > You? <VBG>
    >
    > Andy



    I thought you said Sunday's breakfast included a Bloody Mary? that would go
    good with eggs.



  12. #12
    Somebody Guest

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    "Andy" <[email protected]> wrote in message news:[email protected]..

    > I passed out on the living room sofa. I woke up first.
    > Stretching out, I spied a pan of it on the kitchen counter. I
    > smartly decided that was breakfast. Without reheating I had two
    > large platefuls and then drove to work. Without a toothbrush, I
    > had the best/badest breath in the office!



    I should have done that. Maybe I would still have a job.

    Carbs make me pass out, if I sit down after eating. Especially spaghetti.
    But I love them.



  13. #13
    Somebody Guest

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    "Bryan" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]..

    > You are species traitors.
    >
    > --Bryan



    If you look at the historical record, humans have caused a lot of damage.
    To the Earth, each other, and themselves... There's Mozart, Beethoven,
    Sistine Chapel etc but I don't think that outweighs the negative stuff.
    Just go to any cemetery and ask the people buried there.

    Why are humans so evil? We enslave other species so we can milk and eat
    them. And treat them "inhumanely" while doing so. Why do we do that?




  14. #14
    z z Guest

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    I agree with Gary about exterminating half of humankind-do it in a
    humane, instantaneous, without warning, way.

    How would you do it? What would your selection process be?

    Can't remember the book name but the story involved the accidental
    missile launch from the US on a city in Russia. To avert WWIII the US
    quickly offered to Russia that they launch against a comparable city in
    the US without any attempt to block/retaliate. The president's family
    just happened to be in the comparable city. Good book.

    But I digress from raccoons oh yeah breakfast. One night on the highway
    I came upon about 8 or 9 good-sized raccoons gathered together on the
    highway surrounding a raccoon that had been hit by a car. My window was
    partly down, and I came to a stop for a moment, and they were
    crying...no... wailing, in grief-it was quite heart-rending.

    Breakfast this morning was grilled flank steak and pumpkin pie :-)


  15. #15
    Brooklyn1 Guest

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    On Sun, 30 Sep 2012 09:03:04 -0400, Gary <[email protected]> wrote:

    >Somebody wrote:
    >>
    >> spaghetti... if one can have a "breakfast burrito", why not "breakfast
    >> spaghetti"?
    >> with crumbled Morningstar prime and bertolli spag sauce.

    >
    >I often have "breakfast for dinner" so why not "dinner for breakfast?" PS-
    >make your own spaghetti sauce sometime, or at least enhance the bertolli to
    >your taste.
    >
    >G.


    Tonight's dinner will be pissghetti (2 pounds) with two heads of
    slivered garlic lightly toasted in olive oil, then Penzeys dago herb
    blend, a few glugs of Almaden white Zin box wine, and lots of grated
    Romano... dinner and a couple three breakfasts... I like cold
    pissghetti for breakfast, if I feel like it I can do a fritatta one
    morning. I already have the slivered garlic in a pot with oil on the
    stove waiting to light, got the pasta pot filled with salted water
    ready to light. Amd got three lovely bone-in center cut pork loin
    chops already seasoned in a pan to go with. I'll fry the chops first,
    then deglaze the pan with wine and add the reduction to the garlic in
    my sauce pot.

  16. #16
    Somebody Guest

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    "z z" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]..

    > Breakfast this morning was grilled flank steak and pumpkin pie :-)


    I want some pumpkin pie. Any left?

    I don't like to buy a whole pie. Too many calories. Wish they sold it in
    just slices.



  17. #17
    z z Guest

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    I was fooling around with my digital camera which has all these
    different lighting settings-so I took the same photo of a pumpkin pie up
    close just the pie with every light setting. Made for an interesting
    collage. Same pie but some look more appetizing than others.

    I never make pumpkin pie the same way twice. This time I took a can of
    pumpkin, 3 small eggs, 12oz of Bailey's Irish Cream coffee creamer (no
    artificial substances), a dash of salt, and 1.5 tsp chinese 5 spice
    powder-I really really like the flavor the 5 spice gives the pie-never
    cared for nutmeg.


  18. #18
    Brooklyn1 Guest

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    (z z) wrote:
    >
    >I was fooling around with my digital camera which has all these
    >different lighting settings-so I took the same photo of a pumpkin pie up
    >close just the pie with every light setting. Made for an interesting
    >collage.


    Where's the link?

  19. #19
    Je▀us Guest

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    Pan seared scallops, a poached egg and fresh picked asparagus, with
    hollandaise sauce.

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