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    Andy Guest

    Default Nevermind breakfast... what's for brunch?

    Nevermind breakfast... what's for brunch?

    Pancakes/French toast/waffles and some kinda eggs and hashed brown potatoes
    and a mamosa or a cocktail or a glass of juice. Maybe a slice o' quiche? How
    about a slab o' lox on a cream cheese'd toasted bagel? OR your choice of...

    WHAT?!?

    NO turkey, dead OR alive!

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    Sheldon Guest

    Default Re: Nevermind breakfast... what's for brunch?

    Andy wrote:
    > Nevermind breakfast... what's for brunch?
    >
    > Pancakes/French toast/waffles and some kinda eggs and hashed brown potatoes
    > and a mamosa or a cocktail or a glass of juice. Maybe a slice o' quiche? How
    > about a slab o' lox on a cream cheese'd toasted bagel? OR your choice of....
    >
    > WHAT?!?


    Andy Weenie

    Andyouillette sausage [ahn-dwee-YET]
    This smaller, shorter version (2 inch long by 1/2 inch or less in
    diameter) of ANDOUILLE SAUSAGE is a specialty of Normandy. It is sold
    cooked but not usually smoked. This sausage is traditionally slashed
    and grilled or fried.

    � Copyright Barron's Educational Services, Inc. 1995 based on THE FOOD
    LOVER'S COMPANION, 2nd edition, by Sharon Tyler Herbst.


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    Jean B. Guest

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    Andy wrote:
    > Nevermind breakfast... what's for brunch?
    >
    > Pancakes/French toast/waffles and some kinda eggs and hashed brown potatoes
    > and a mamosa or a cocktail or a glass of juice. Maybe a slice o' quiche? How
    > about a slab o' lox on a cream cheese'd toasted bagel? OR your choice of...
    >
    > WHAT?!?
    >
    > NO turkey, dead OR alive!


    My daughter and I usually go to a Japanese restaurant on
    Sunday--her breakfast (she is a night person) and my lunch, so I
    suppose that qualifies as brunch. The fare, however, is NOT
    brunchlike. If I thought she would get up, I'd ask her if she
    wanted to go to dim sum instead.

    --
    Jean B.

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    Janet Bostwick Guest

    Default Re: Nevermind breakfast... what's for brunch?

    Andy wrote:
    > Nevermind breakfast... what's for brunch?
    >
    > Pancakes/French toast/waffles and some kinda eggs and hashed brown
    > potatoes and a mamosa or a cocktail or a glass of juice. Maybe a
    > slice o' quiche? How about a slab o' lox on a cream cheese'd toasted
    > bagel? OR your choice of...
    >
    > WHAT?!?
    >
    > NO turkey, dead OR alive!


    Home-made corned beef hash with a sunny-side up egg, coffee and some kind of
    fruit -- and maybe a little something sweet? Oh, a Bloody Mary for
    starters. I'm on my way. Don't start 'til I get there.
    Janet



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    Andy Guest

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    Sheldon said...

    > Andy wrote:
    >> Nevermind breakfast... what's for brunch?
    >>
    >> Pancakes/French toast/waffles and some kinda eggs and hashed brown

    potato
    > es
    >> and a mamosa or a cocktail or a glass of juice. Maybe a slice o' quiche?

    > How
    >> about a slab o' lox on a cream cheese'd toasted bagel? OR your choice

    of.
    > ..
    >>
    >> WHAT?!?

    >
    > Andy Weenie
    >
    > Andyouillette sausage [ahn-dwee-YET]
    > This smaller, shorter version (2 inch long by 1/2 inch or less in
    > diameter) of ANDOUILLE SAUSAGE is a specialty of Normandy. It is sold
    > cooked but not usually smoked. This sausage is traditionally slashed
    > and grilled or fried.
    >
    > � Copyright Barron's Educational Services, Inc. 1995 based on THE FOOD
    > LOVER'S COMPANION, 2nd edition, by Sharon Tyler Herbst.



    LOLOL!!!

    Andy


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    Andy Guest

    Default Re: Nevermind breakfast... what's for brunch?

    Janet Bostwick said...

    > Andy wrote:
    >> Nevermind breakfast... what's for brunch?
    >>
    >> Pancakes/French toast/waffles and some kinda eggs and hashed brown
    >> potatoes and a mamosa or a cocktail or a glass of juice. Maybe a
    >> slice o' quiche? How about a slab o' lox on a cream cheese'd toasted
    >> bagel? OR your choice of...
    >>
    >> WHAT?!?
    >>
    >> NO turkey, dead OR alive!

    >
    > Home-made corned beef hash with a sunny-side up egg, coffee and some
    > kind of fruit -- and maybe a little something sweet? Oh, a Bloody Mary
    > for starters. I'm on my way. Don't start 'til I get there.
    > Janet



    Janet,

    Yeah, I forgot coffee!!! Gotta have that!

    I'll try and sit still until you get here and declare "BRUNCH!"

    Best,

    Andy

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    Omelet Guest

    Default Re: Nevermind breakfast... what's for brunch?

    In article <[email protected]>, Andy <[email protected]> wrote:

    > Nevermind breakfast... what's for brunch?
    >
    > Pancakes/French toast/waffles and some kinda eggs and hashed brown potatoes
    > and a mamosa or a cocktail or a glass of juice. Maybe a slice o' quiche? How
    > about a slab o' lox on a cream cheese'd toasted bagel? OR your choice of...
    >
    > WHAT?!?
    >
    > NO turkey, dead OR alive!


    Chicken... <g>
    --
    Peace! Om

    "Love and compassion are necessities, not luxuries. Without them humanity cannot survive." -- Dalai Lama

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    Andy Guest

    Default Re: Nevermind breakfast... what's for brunch?

    Omelet said...

    >> NO turkey, dead OR alive!

    >
    > Chicken... <g>



    Only sweet 'n' sour!!!

    Or else...

    WHAT?!?

    Andy

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    blake murphy Guest

    Default Re: Nevermind breakfast... what's for brunch?

    On Sun, 30 Nov 2008 08:47:17 -0500, Jean B. wrote:

    > Andy wrote:
    >> Nevermind breakfast... what's for brunch?
    >>
    >> Pancakes/French toast/waffles and some kinda eggs and hashed brown potatoes
    >> and a mamosa or a cocktail or a glass of juice. Maybe a slice o' quiche? How
    >> about a slab o' lox on a cream cheese'd toasted bagel? OR your choice of...
    >>
    >> WHAT?!?
    >>
    >> NO turkey, dead OR alive!

    >
    > My daughter and I usually go to a Japanese restaurant on
    > Sunday--her breakfast (she is a night person) and my lunch, so I
    > suppose that qualifies as brunch. The fare, however, is NOT
    > brunchlike. If I thought she would get up, I'd ask her if she
    > wanted to go to dim sum instead.


    japanese food is good for breakfast. i used to like sashimi as hangover
    food when i was in school. miso soup, too.

    your pal,
    blake

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    Omelet Guest

    Default Re: Nevermind breakfast... what's for brunch?

    In article <[email protected]>, Andy <[email protected]> wrote:

    > Omelet said...
    >
    > >> NO turkey, dead OR alive!

    > >
    > > Chicken... <g>

    >
    >
    > Only sweet 'n' sour!!!
    >
    > Or else...
    >
    > WHAT?!?
    >
    > Andy


    Lemon...
    --
    Peace! Om

    "Love and compassion are necessities, not luxuries. Without them humanity cannot survive." -- Dalai Lama

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    Andy Guest

    Default Re: Nevermind breakfast... what's for brunch?

    We're off to see the Wizard. The "Wonderful Wizard of Brunch!"

    Because, because, because. because!....

    Because of the wonderful things he does... (la-dee-dah-dee-dah, or something)

    We're off to see the Wizard! The "Wonderful Wizard of Brunch!!!"

    Andy
    Tin F. Man

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    Dave Smith Guest

    Default Re: Nevermind breakfast... what's for brunch?

    Andy wrote:
    > Nevermind breakfast... what's for brunch?
    >
    > Pancakes/French toast/waffles and some kinda eggs and hashed brown potatoes
    > and a mamosa or a cocktail or a glass of juice. Maybe a slice o' quiche? How
    > about a slab o' lox on a cream cheese'd toasted bagel? OR your choice of...
    >
    > WHAT?!?
    >
    > NO turkey, dead OR alive!


    I had a great brunch.... some nice wet scrambled eggs, a couple slices
    of bacon and some breakfast sausage with fresh muffins and jam.

    Now I am working on dinner. I tried making my Panna Cotta for the first
    time. I have to wait until after dinner to see how it turned out. If it
    as good as the stuff I had in a restaurant and at our cousin's place I
    may be one to something. It is incredibly easy to make. Just soak some
    gelatin in milk, scald the milk and/or cream with sugar and vanilla,
    pour the hot milk into the softened gelatin, stir, pour into bowls and
    cool.

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    Jean B. Guest

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    blake murphy wrote:
    > japanese food is good for breakfast. i used to like sashimi as hangover
    > food when i was in school. miso soup, too.
    >
    > your pal,
    > blake


    Not far from tradition there, with the rice and miso soup. How
    about some natto too?

    --
    Jean B.

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    blake murphy Guest

    Default Re: Nevermind breakfast... what's for brunch?

    On Sun, 30 Nov 2008 19:12:15 -0500, Jean B. wrote:

    > blake murphy wrote:
    >> japanese food is good for breakfast. i used to like sashimi as hangover
    >> food when i was in school. miso soup, too.
    >>
    >> your pal,
    >> blake

    >
    > Not far from tradition there, with the rice and miso soup. How
    > about some natto too?


    o.k., i've seen the term, but i still had to look it up. i don't think
    i've ever had it.

    your pal,
    blake

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    Jean B. Guest

    Default Re: Nevermind breakfast... what's for brunch?

    blake murphy wrote:
    > On Sun, 30 Nov 2008 19:12:15 -0500, Jean B. wrote:
    >
    >> blake murphy wrote:
    >>> japanese food is good for breakfast. i used to like sashimi as hangover
    >>> food when i was in school. miso soup, too.
    >>>
    >>> your pal,
    >>> blake

    >> Not far from tradition there, with the rice and miso soup. How
    >> about some natto too?

    >
    > o.k., i've seen the term, but i still had to look it up. i don't think
    > i've ever had it.
    >
    > your pal,
    > blake


    I was kind-of kidding. It is traditional though.

    --
    Jean B.

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    blake murphy Guest

    Default Re: Nevermind breakfast... what's for brunch?

    On Mon, 01 Dec 2008 14:00:10 -0500, Jean B. wrote:

    > blake murphy wrote:
    >> On Sun, 30 Nov 2008 19:12:15 -0500, Jean B. wrote:
    >>
    >>> blake murphy wrote:
    >>>> japanese food is good for breakfast. i used to like sashimi as hangover
    >>>> food when i was in school. miso soup, too.
    >>>>
    >>>> your pal,
    >>>> blake
    >>> Not far from tradition there, with the rice and miso soup. How
    >>> about some natto too?

    >>
    >> o.k., i've seen the term, but i still had to look it up. i don't think
    >> i've ever had it.
    >>
    >> your pal,
    >> blake

    >
    > I was kind-of kidding. It is traditional though.


    it sounds like a lot of people swear by it.

    your pal,
    blake

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    Jean B. Guest

    Default Re: Nevermind breakfast... what's for brunch?

    blake murphy wrote:
    > On Mon, 01 Dec 2008 14:00:10 -0500, Jean B. wrote:
    >
    >> blake murphy wrote:
    >>> On Sun, 30 Nov 2008 19:12:15 -0500, Jean B. wrote:
    >>>
    >>>> blake murphy wrote:
    >>>>> japanese food is good for breakfast. i used to like sashimi as hangover
    >>>>> food when i was in school. miso soup, too.
    >>>>>
    >>>>> your pal,
    >>>>> blake
    >>>> Not far from tradition there, with the rice and miso soup. How
    >>>> about some natto too?
    >>> o.k., i've seen the term, but i still had to look it up. i don't think
    >>> i've ever had it.
    >>>
    >>> your pal,
    >>> blake

    >> I was kind-of kidding. It is traditional though.

    >
    > it sounds like a lot of people swear by it.
    >
    > your pal,
    > blake


    If one likes stinky cheese...

    --
    Jean B.

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    Ball of Fluff Guest

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    On Nov 30, 5:16*am, Andy <a...@b.c> wrote:
    > Nevermind breakfast... what's for brunch?
    >
    > Pancakes/French toast/waffles and some kinda eggs and hashed brown potatoes
    > and a mamosa or a cocktail or a glass of juice. Maybe a slice o' quiche? How
    > about a slab o' lox on a cream cheese'd toasted bagel? OR your choice of....
    >
    > WHAT?!?
    >
    > NO turkey, dead OR alive!


    Husband and I went out for an amazing brunch. Price tag matched the
    food, but it was worth it. There used to be a place out here in
    Seattle that was FANTASTIC and we were bemoaning its (now long ago)
    passing. Other places we tried since were so-so. Well, we went to a
    restaurant called Salty's that's a small chain out in the NW. VERY
    VERY expensive but the most amazing assortment of brunch items I've
    personally ever seen. Crepe and omelet bars. HUGE dessert table. Pasta
    bar. Salads. Raw oysters. At least a dozen hot breakfast entrees
    including eggs benedict. Maybe more like two dozen. Fresh crab.

    Great for special occasions. For any Pacific Northwesterners I
    recommend that for Mother's or Father's Day brunch.

    C

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    Andy Guest

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    Ball of Fluff said...

    > Husband and I went out for an amazing brunch. Price tag matched the
    > food, but it was worth it. There used to be a place out here in
    > Seattle that was FANTASTIC and we were bemoaning its (now long ago)
    > passing. Other places we tried since were so-so. Well, we went to a
    > restaurant called Salty's that's a small chain out in the NW. VERY
    > VERY expensive but the most amazing assortment of brunch items I've
    > personally ever seen. Crepe and omelet bars. HUGE dessert table. Pasta
    > bar. Salads. Raw oysters. At least a dozen hot breakfast entrees
    > including eggs benedict. Maybe more like two dozen. Fresh crab.
    >
    > Great for special occasions. For any Pacific Northwesterners I
    > recommend that for Mother's or Father's Day brunch.
    >
    > C



    Ball of Fluff,

    From all I've heard, you're in a prime location for most of the best
    seafood! I'll bet it WAS great!!!

    Makes me feel kinda/sorta like Tom Hanks in "Castaway" eating those
    minuscule crabs (say, Pennsylvania!) vs. his rescue reunion party at the
    hotel (say, Seattle!) when the guests leave his room and he walks around
    staring at the abundance of left-behind buffet foods and picks up a giant
    Alaskan king crab leg, cursing it!

    My brunch technique is to first plate breakfast foods, then plate lunch and
    then dinner (it's hard to define an exact dividing line between the two
    and then dessert, usually Kiwi fruit.

    I guess in public I feel self-conscious about eating dinner for breakfast
    like at home.

    Best,

    Andy

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    blake murphy Guest

    Default Re: Nevermind breakfast... what's for brunch?

    On Tue, 02 Dec 2008 12:15:12 -0500, Jean B. wrote:

    > blake murphy wrote:
    >> On Mon, 01 Dec 2008 14:00:10 -0500, Jean B. wrote:
    >>
    >>> blake murphy wrote:
    >>>> On Sun, 30 Nov 2008 19:12:15 -0500, Jean B. wrote:
    >>>>
    >>>>> blake murphy wrote:
    >>>>>> japanese food is good for breakfast. i used to like sashimi as hangover
    >>>>>> food when i was in school. miso soup, too.
    >>>>>>
    >>>>>> your pal,
    >>>>>> blake
    >>>>> Not far from tradition there, with the rice and miso soup. How
    >>>>> about some natto too?
    >>>> o.k., i've seen the term, but i still had to look it up. i don't think
    >>>> i've ever had it.
    >>>>
    >>>> your pal,
    >>>> blake
    >>> I was kind-of kidding. It is traditional though.

    >>
    >> it sounds like a lot of people swear by it.
    >>
    >> your pal,
    >> blake

    >
    > If one likes stinky cheese...


    i'm agnostic, or more precisely, ignorant on that subject.

    your pal,
    blake

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