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  1. #1
    Andy Guest

    Default A Powerballer's breakfast

    A Powerballer's breakfast

    Three 1/2" slices of Jimmy Dean original flavor sausage, pan fried,
    crumbled, put aside.

    Two thick slices of bacon microwaved, crumbled, add to the sausage bits.

    A small carton of Egg Beaters (why bother?), cooked in the sausage
    grease, adding the crumbled meats before the egg sets, stirring to mix
    everything cooking into a fritata.

    Plated with two slices of real buttered and cream cheese rye toast.
    Dotted the fritata with original Tabasco, a few shakes of garlic powder
    and for good measure fresh cracked black pepper and two tablespoons of
    guacamole to dab on each bite.

    I should've sat the fritata in a small puddle of salsa verde!

    All chased down with a tall glass of ice-cold fat-free milk.

    A square of dark chocolate for desert.

    A multivitamin and a low dose aspirin.

    Easily the fattest and probably most calorie-laden breakfast I've had in
    a long time.

    But oh so very tasty and I actually ate it all up!!!

    You?

    Andy
    Powerball: $245M

  2. #2
    A Moose in Love Guest

    Default Re: A Powerballer's breakfast

    On Nov 2, 6:52*am, Andy <a...@b.c> wrote:
    > A Powerballer's breakfast
    >
    > Three 1/2" slices of Jimmy Dean original flavor sausage, pan fried,
    > crumbled, put aside.
    >
    > Two thick slices of bacon microwaved, crumbled, addtothesausage bits.
    >
    > A small carton of EggBeaters (why bother?), cooked inthesausagegrease, addingthecrumbled meatsbeforetheegg sets, stirringtomixeverything cooking intoa fritata.
    >
    > Plated with two slices of real buttered and cream cheese ryetoast.Dottedthefritata with original Tabasco, a few shakes of garlic powder
    > and for good measure fresh cracked black pepper and two tablespoons ofguacamoletodab on each bite.
    >
    > I should've satthefritata in a small puddle of salsa verde!
    >
    > All chased down with a tall glass of ice-cold fat-free milk.
    >
    > A square of dark chocolate for desert.
    >
    > A multivitamin and a low dose aspirin.
    >
    > Easilythefattest and probably most calorie-laden breakfast I've had in
    > a long time.
    >
    > But oh so very tasty and I actually ate it all up!!!
    >
    > You?


    Do you take the aspirin for high blood pressure?
    I had a health oriented breakfast. Sandwich. Two multigrain slices
    of bread. 1/2 sliced avocado. Topped with a little bit of yellow
    onion. Topped with sliced tomato. Topped with a few small slices of
    red bell pepper. Topped with a few little seeded jalapeno dices.
    Topped with a few cooked, chilled green beans. Squeezed 1/2 lime over
    the whole thing. Quite tasty. I'd rather have a bacon and cheese
    sandwich though.

  3. #3
    Andy Guest

    Default Re: A Powerballer's breakfast

    A Moose in Love <[email protected]> wrote:

    > Do you take the aspirin for high blood pressure?



    I think it was advice from either the local TV news doctor or a Bayer TV
    commercial. I haven't taken BP meds in years but I still monitor it.
    Giving up smoking and losing 70+ pounds helped.


    > I had a health oriented breakfast. Sandwich. Two multigrain slices
    > of bread. 1/2 sliced avocado. Topped with a little bit of yellow
    > onion. Topped with sliced tomato. Topped with a few small slices of
    > red bell pepper. Topped with a few little seeded jalapeno dices.
    > Topped with a few cooked, chilled green beans. Squeezed 1/2 lime over
    > the whole thing. Quite tasty. I'd rather have a bacon and cheese
    > sandwich though.



    Moose in love,

    You were so close! Only came a few items shy of a Dagwood sandwich.

    It seems there's always somebody waiting in the wings to trump my
    breakfasts! But then again, I keep asking for it! Good job!

    Best,

    Andy

  4. #4
    l, not -l Guest

    Default Re: A Powerballer's breakfast


    On 2-Nov-2011, Andy <[email protected]> wrote:

    > You?


    Roasted poblano stuffed with (Mexican) chorizo and EggBeaters, topped with
    "Mexican-blend" shredded cheese and Black Bean and Corn Salsa. 100%
    Colombian coffee.
    --

    Change Cujo to Juno in email address.

  5. #5
    Andy Guest

    Default Re: A Powerballer's breakfast

    "l, not -l" <[email protected]> wrote:

    > Roasted poblano stuffed with (Mexican) chorizo and EggBeaters, topped
    > with "Mexican-blend" shredded cheese and Black Bean and Corn Salsa.
    > 100% Colombian coffee.



    l, not -l,

    Since we both use EggBeaters, have you ever tried those garden and south
    western varieties?

    I envision firm set eggs and soggy veggies.

    Best,

    Andy

  6. #6
    tert in seattle Guest

    Default Re: A Powerballer's breakfast

    Andy wrote:
    > A Powerballer's breakfast
    >
    > Three 1/2" slices of Jimmy Dean original flavor sausage, pan fried,
    > crumbled, put aside.
    >
    > Two thick slices of bacon microwaved, crumbled, add to the sausage bits.
    >
    > A small carton of Egg Beaters (why bother?), cooked in the sausage
    > grease, adding the crumbled meats before the egg sets, stirring to mix
    > everything cooking into a fritata.
    >
    > Plated with two slices of real buttered and cream cheese rye toast.
    > Dotted the fritata with original Tabasco, a few shakes of garlic powder
    > and for good measure fresh cracked black pepper and two tablespoons of
    > guacamole to dab on each bite.
    >
    > I should've sat the fritata in a small puddle of salsa verde!
    >
    > All chased down with a tall glass of ice-cold fat-free milk.
    >
    > A square of dark chocolate for desert.
    >
    > A multivitamin and a low dose aspirin.
    >
    > Easily the fattest and probably most calorie-laden breakfast I've had in
    > a long time.
    >
    > But oh so very tasty and I actually ate it all up!!!
    >
    > You?
    >
    > Andy
    > Powerball: $245M



    LOL


  7. #7
    l, not -l Guest

    Default Re: A Powerballer's breakfast


    On 2-Nov-2011, Andy <[email protected]> wrote:

    > l, not -l,
    >
    > Since we both use EggBeaters, have you ever tried those garden and south
    > western varieties?
    >
    > I envision firm set eggs and soggy veggies.


    Yes, I have tried each once or twice. What you envision is not far off the
    mark; they aren't bad, just ok.

    I prefer plain for a number of reasons; first, I eat EggBeaters often and I
    like the price break of the 32 oz. container which is only available in the
    plain variety. I keep cans of diced green chilies on-hand at all times and
    find when I want "southwestern" EggBeaters, a tablespoon or two of diced
    green chilies provide much better flavor and I can add enough to count as a
    serving of vegetables. With the garden vegetable variety, I was never sure
    what vegetables were in there, there was no vegetable flavor, just texture
    difference. As with the green chilies, if I want a garden vegetable omelet,
    I like to control, or at least know, what vegetables are in it and that
    there is sufficient quantity for flavor and nutrition.


    --

    Change Cujo to Juno in email address.

  8. #8
    Andy Guest

    Default Re: A Powerballer's breakfast

    "l, not -l" <[email protected]> wrote:

    >
    > On 2-Nov-2011, Andy <[email protected]> wrote:
    >
    >> l, not -l,
    >>
    >> Since we both use EggBeaters, have you ever tried those garden and
    >> south western varieties?
    >>
    >> I envision firm set eggs and soggy veggies.

    >
    > Yes, I have tried each once or twice. What you envision is not far
    > off the mark; they aren't bad, just ok.
    >
    > I prefer plain for a number of reasons; first, I eat EggBeaters often
    > and I like the price break of the 32 oz. container which is only
    > available in the plain variety. I keep cans of diced green chilies
    > on-hand at all times and find when I want "southwestern" EggBeaters, a
    > tablespoon or two of diced green chilies provide much better flavor
    > and I can add enough to count as a serving of vegetables. With the
    > garden vegetable variety, I was never sure what vegetables were in
    > there, there was no vegetable flavor, just texture difference. As
    > with the green chilies, if I want a garden vegetable omelet, I like to
    > control, or at least know, what vegetables are in it and that there is
    > sufficient quantity for flavor and nutrition.



    l, not -l,

    Whenever I go to restock, I always eye those varieties with a measure of
    interest AND suspicion.

    Thanks,

    Andy

  9. #9
    Chemo the Clown Guest

    Default Re: A Powerballer's breakfast

    On Nov 2, 11:12*am, Andy <a...@b.c> wrote:
    > "l, not -l" <lal...@cujo.com> wrote:
    >
    >
    >
    >
    >
    >
    >
    >
    >
    >
    >
    > > On *2-Nov-2011, Andy <a...@b.c> wrote:

    >
    > >> l, not -l,

    >
    > >> Since we both use EggBeaters, have you ever tried those garden and
    > >> south western varieties?

    >
    > >> I envision *firm set eggs and soggy veggies.

    >
    > > Yes, I have tried each once or twice. *What you envision is not far
    > > off the mark; they aren't bad, just ok.

    >
    > > I prefer plain for a number of reasons; first, I eat EggBeaters often
    > > and I like the price break of the 32 oz. container which is only
    > > available in the plain variety. * I keep cans of diced green chilies
    > > on-hand at all times and find when I want "southwestern" EggBeaters, a
    > > tablespoon or two of diced green chilies provide much better flavor
    > > and I can add enough to count as a serving of vegetables. *With the
    > > garden vegetable variety, I was never sure what vegetables were in
    > > there, there was no vegetable flavor, just texture difference. *As
    > > with the green chilies, if I want a garden vegetable omelet, I like to
    > > control, or at least know, what vegetables are in it and that there is
    > > sufficient quantity for flavor and nutrition.

    >
    > l, not -l,
    >
    > Whenever I go to restock, I always eye those varieties with a measure of
    > interest AND suspicion.
    >
    > Thanks,
    >
    > Andy


    It's called paranoia.

  10. #10
    Andy Guest

    Default Re: A Powerballer's breakfast

    tert in seattle <[email protected]> wrote:

    > LOL



    What's so funny???

  11. #11
    tert in seattle Guest

    Default Re: A Powerballer's breakfast

    Andy wrote:
    > tert in seattle <[email protected]> wrote:
    >
    >> LOL

    >
    >
    > What's so funny???


    I had a good laugh for breakfast


  12. #12
    Andy Guest

    Default Re: A Powerballer's breakfast

    tert in seattle <[email protected]> wrote:

    > Andy wrote:
    >> tert in seattle <[email protected]> wrote:
    >>
    >>> LOL

    >>
    >>
    >> What's so funny???

    >
    > I had a good laugh for breakfast



    Tert,

    HA!!! OK!

    My horse "Great Breakfast" once got 195,000,000:1 odds.

    Good luck!

    Andy

  13. #13
    projectile vomit chick Guest

    Default Re: A Powerballer's breakfast

    On Nov 2, 5:52*am, Andy <a...@b.c> wrote:
    > A Powerballer's breakfast
    >
    > Three 1/2" slices of Jimmy Dean original flavor sausage, pan fried,
    > crumbled, put aside.
    >
    > Two thick slices of bacon microwaved, crumbled, add to the sausage bits.
    >
    > A small carton of Egg Beaters (why bother?), cooked in the sausage
    > grease, adding the crumbled meats before the egg sets, stirring to mix
    > everything cooking into a fritata.
    >
    > Plated with two slices of real buttered and cream cheese rye toast.
    > Dotted the fritata with original Tabasco, a few shakes of garlic powder
    > and for good measure fresh cracked black pepper and two tablespoons of
    > guacamole to dab on each bite.
    >
    > I should've sat the fritata in a small puddle of salsa verde!
    >
    > All chased down with a tall glass of ice-cold fat-free milk.
    >
    > A square of dark chocolate for desert.
    >
    > A multivitamin and a low dose aspirin.
    >
    > Easily the fattest and probably most calorie-laden breakfast I've had in
    > a long time.
    >
    > But oh so very tasty and I actually ate it all up!!!
    >
    > You?


    Good Christ Andy, but you eat some ****ed up ****! Don't you ever
    want to eat anything GOOD?

    I had yogurt and coffee this morning. Your breakfast made me need a
    chug of Pepto Bismol. LOL

  14. #14
    tert in seattle Guest

    Default Re: A Powerballer's breakfast

    Andy wrote:
    > tert in seattle <[email protected]> wrote:
    >
    >> Andy wrote:
    >>> tert in seattle <[email protected]> wrote:
    >>>
    >>>> LOL
    >>>
    >>>
    >>> What's so funny???

    >>
    >> I had a good laugh for breakfast

    >
    >
    > Tert,
    >
    > HA!!! OK!
    >
    > My horse "Great Breakfast" once got 195,000,000:1 odds.
    >
    > Good luck!
    >
    > Andy



    I dreamed last week that horse racing was added as part of my IRA
    investing options but it was only accessible through a video game
    console at a bar. I had something like $16.50 to bet on a horse
    but I had no idea which one to pick. I think I ended up losing
    everything and my wife was upset with me.


  15. #15
    Andy Guest

    Default Re: A Powerballer's breakfast

    projectile vomit chick <[email protected]> wrote:

    > On Nov 2, 5:52*am, Andy <a...@b.c> wrote:
    >> A Powerballer's breakfast
    >>
    >> Three 1/2" slices of Jimmy Dean original flavor sausage, pan fried,
    >> crumbled, put aside.
    >>
    >> Two thick slices of bacon microwaved, crumbled, add to the sausage

    bits.
    >>
    >> A small carton of Egg Beaters (why bother?), cooked in the sausage
    >> grease, adding the crumbled meats before the egg sets, stirring to mix
    >> everything cooking into a fritata.
    >>
    >> Plated with two slices of real buttered and cream cheese rye toast.
    >> Dotted the fritata with original Tabasco, a few shakes of garlic

    powder
    >> and for good measure fresh cracked black pepper and two tablespoons of
    >> guacamole to dab on each bite.
    >>
    >> I should've sat the fritata in a small puddle of salsa verde!
    >>
    >> All chased down with a tall glass of ice-cold fat-free milk.
    >>
    >> A square of dark chocolate for desert.
    >>
    >> A multivitamin and a low dose aspirin.
    >>
    >> Easily the fattest and probably most calorie-laden breakfast I've had

    in
    >> a long time.
    >>
    >> But oh so very tasty and I actually ate it all up!!!
    >>
    >> You?

    >
    > Good Christ Andy, but you eat some ****ed up ****! Don't you ever
    > want to eat anything GOOD?
    >
    > I had yogurt and coffee this morning. Your breakfast made me need a
    > chug of Pepto Bismol. LOL



    PVC,

    heh! Hey!! HEY!!!

    I expressed it was NOT IN MY BEST INTEREST breakfast.

    It won't happen again until 12/20/2012.

    The last breakfast according to Mayan abacus.

    ))

    Best,

    Andy

  16. #16
    Nunya Bidnits Guest

    Default Re: A Powerballer's breakfast

    tert in seattle <[email protected]> wrote:
    > Andy wrote:


    <piggyback>

    >> A small carton of Egg Beaters (why bother?), cooked in the sausage
    >> grease,


    <boggle>



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