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  1. #1
    l, not -l Guest

    Default Re: Andy's Breakfast


    On 25-Jul-2008, "Dimitri" <[email protected]> wrote:

    > If I really had my druthers It would be:
    >
    > Fresh Coffee
    > Some nice toast (crispy like cracked wheat or the Old Oroweat not the new
    > crap they're making)
    > Real Butter (sweet or salted)
    > A hunk of Cheese on a board & a cheese cutter.
    > Occasionally some cold cuts.
    >
    > If you had your Druthers?


    They took this southern boy out of the country 48 years ago; but, the
    country boy inside still likes his rural southern breakfast.
    - Anything biscuit (American southern); biscuits and milk gravy
    (sausage/chipped-beef in it), bicuits with butter and
    molasses/honey-butter/honey/jam/etc, biscuit with redeye gravy, country ham
    and eggs over-easy.
    - Eggs (scrambled, over-easy or omelet is fine with me), breakfast meat
    (sausage, country ham, bacon, smoked jowl in that order of preference) and
    hash browns (shredded variety preferred, diced is ok too)
    - Some variant of pancakes with butter and syrup; blueberry, banana, bacon,
    pecan with a side of breakfast meat (unless there's meat is in the
    pancake).

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  2. #2
    Wayne Boatwright Guest

    Default Re: Andy's Breakfast

    On Fri 25 Jul 2008 03:12:40p, l, not -l told us...

    >
    > On 25-Jul-2008, "Dimitri" <[email protected]> wrote:
    >
    >> If I really had my druthers It would be:
    >>
    >> Fresh Coffee
    >> Some nice toast (crispy like cracked wheat or the Old Oroweat not the
    >> new crap they're making)
    >> Real Butter (sweet or salted)
    >> A hunk of Cheese on a board & a cheese cutter.
    >> Occasionally some cold cuts.
    >>
    >> If you had your Druthers?

    >
    > They took this southern boy out of the country 48 years ago; but, the
    > country boy inside still likes his rural southern breakfast.
    > - Anything biscuit (American southern); biscuits and milk gravy
    > (sausage/chipped-beef in it), bicuits with butter and
    > molasses/honey-butter/honey/jam/etc, biscuit with redeye gravy, country
    > ham and eggs over-easy.
    > - Eggs (scrambled, over-easy or omelet is fine with me), breakfast meat
    > (sausage, country ham, bacon, smoked jowl in that order of preference)
    > and hash browns (shredded variety preferred, diced is ok too)
    > - Some variant of pancakes with butter and syrup; blueberry, banana,
    > bacon, pecan with a side of breakfast meat (unless there's meat is in
    > the pancake).
    >


    Are you my younger twin?

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  3. #3
    l, not -l Guest

    Default Re: Andy's Breakfast


    On 25-Jul-2008, Wayne Boatwright <[email protected]> wrote:

    > >
    > > They took this southern boy out of the country 48 years ago; but, the
    > > country boy inside still likes his rural southern breakfast.
    > > - Anything biscuit (American southern); biscuits and milk gravy
    > > (sausage/chipped-beef in it), bicuits with butter and
    > > molasses/honey-butter/honey/jam/etc, biscuit with redeye gravy, country
    > > ham and eggs over-easy.
    > > - Eggs (scrambled, over-easy or omelet is fine with me), breakfast meat
    > > (sausage, country ham, bacon, smoked jowl in that order of preference)
    > > and hash browns (shredded variety preferred, diced is ok too)
    > > - Some variant of pancakes with butter and syrup; blueberry, banana,
    > > bacon, pecan with a side of breakfast meat (unless there's meat is in
    > > the pancake).
    > >

    >
    > Are you my younger twin?


    I suppose anything's possible, we do have the same hairline ;-)
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  4. #4
    Wayne Boatwright Guest

    Default Re: Andy's Breakfast

    On Fri 25 Jul 2008 08:06:44p, l, not -l told us...

    >
    > On 25-Jul-2008, Wayne Boatwright <[email protected]> wrote:
    >
    >> >
    >> > They took this southern boy out of the country 48 years ago; but, the
    >> > country boy inside still likes his rural southern breakfast.
    >> > - Anything biscuit (American southern); biscuits and milk gravy
    >> > (sausage/chipped-beef in it), bicuits with butter and
    >> > molasses/honey-butter/honey/jam/etc, biscuit with redeye gravy,

    country
    >> > ham and eggs over-easy.
    >> > - Eggs (scrambled, over-easy or omelet is fine with me), breakfast

    meat
    >> > (sausage, country ham, bacon, smoked jowl in that order of

    preference)
    >> > and hash browns (shredded variety preferred, diced is ok too)
    >> > - Some variant of pancakes with butter and syrup; blueberry, banana,
    >> > bacon, pecan with a side of breakfast meat (unless there's meat is in
    >> > the pancake).
    >> >

    >>
    >> Are you my younger twin?

    >
    > I suppose anything's possible, we do have the same hairline ;-)


    LOL!

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