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Pancakes? Waffles? What's your favorite breakfast food?
Lonnehart at 5:22PM, April 7, 2010
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For me, it's something called Tapsilog. It's some kind of dried fried meat with garlic fried rice and one fried egg. Either that or Filipino Pan de Sal, cheese sticks and coffee. I'm sure at least one person on these forums has had this besides me. :)
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lucky7s76 at 6:49PM, April 7, 2010
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Oh wow, that sounds really good! D:

For me, a fried egg between two pancakes is an awesome breakfast. We call 'em Breakfast Oreos. xD
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cirienphoenix at 7:01PM, April 7, 2010
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I'm a fan of plain cereal (boring, right?). And I also really love French Toast with powdered sugar, but that takes more time to make than I have on 99% of my mornings.
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Scribe_Drizz at 12:05PM, April 8, 2010
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Cheesecake.

Empanadas.

Leftover coconut rice and red beans.
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lba at 2:24PM, April 8, 2010
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Depends on what I was doing the night before and what time I'm waking up. If I'm waking up early after a good night's sleep, it's bacon, eggs and pancakes. If I've been out drinking all night and it's 3 pm my favorite breakfast is a beer and maybe two aspirin.
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Air Raid Robertson at 3:11PM, April 8, 2010
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I myself am partial to french toast.

Of course, I'm lazy as hell in the morning. Like most people, I usually go with cereal or cold pizza.

Sometimes a bit of each.

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ozoneocean at 3:23PM, April 8, 2010
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Cold roast lamb.
Also cold pizza.
Easter eggs…?

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Usually though it's two slices of Toast with margarine and vegimite on them, and a cup of tea.
Then I'm all set to start the day ^_______^
 
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Randal at 8:08PM, April 8, 2010
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Usually Coffee and a toasted bagel with neufchâtel. But when motivated, I'll put a fried egg in there. It's not always a bagel. I'll also do it with wheat toast or an English breakfast muffin (Preferably Thomas'… Wonder muffins don't rise as much and are more dense.)

When the mood possesses my wife, she'll make cinnamon rolls and bacon.

I make really good omelette's, but tend to only have them on occasion and more often for lunch than for breakfast.

(An interesting note about neufchâtel. Back in the day, American cream cheese was developed by mistake when a milk/dairy provider attempted to make neufchâtel. Kraft foods marketed this product as Philadelphia Cream Cheese which became a longstanding national favorite. Then 100 years later people started getting health conscious and began looking at the fat content in their foods… so, since neufchâtel has about 1/3 less fat than cream cheese, Kraft started marketing it as a low fat substitute for cream cheese… I find the backwards spin-doctoring of this amusing…)
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Chernobog at 9:29PM, April 8, 2010
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Scrambled eggs and irish porridge.
 
 
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Zad at 9:36PM, April 8, 2010
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A Belgian waffle with whipped cream, a generous handful of blueberries, and drizzled with blueberry sauce.
I've never actually had it for breakfast, but damn it's delicious.

Now, ones that I can make? Um. I'll have to say nothing. :/ I'm kinda jaded to my usual foods, really. I've been eating three times a day for a couple thousand days; stuff's starting to taste bland.
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ozoneocean at 10:12PM, April 8, 2010
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Randal
(An interesting note about neufchâtel. Back in the day, American cream cheese was developed by mistake when a milk/dairy provider attempted to make neufchâtel. Kraft foods marketed this product as Philadelphia Cream Cheese which became a longstanding national favorite. Then 100 years later people started getting health conscious and began looking at the fat content in their foods… so, since neufchâtel has about 1/3 less fat than cream cheese, Kraft started marketing it as a low fat substitute for cream cheese… I find the backwards spin-doctoring of this amusing…)
My god Randal!
You're the new Ozone o_O



I find that sort of thing interesting too : )
 
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Randal at 9:09AM, April 9, 2010
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A Belgian waffle with whipped cream, a generous handful of blueberries, and drizzled with blueberry sauce.
I've never actually had it for breakfast, but damn it's delicious.

Now, ones that I can make? Um. I'll have to say nothing. :/ I'm kinda jaded to my usual foods, really. I've been eating three times a day for a couple thousand days; stuff's starting to taste bland.

If you ever go to Belgium, don't ask for a Belgian waffle. they'll spit on you, then ask you if you mean a Liège waffle or a Brussels Waffle (in your case, you will wipe off the spit and sheepishly mutter “Brussels.”)

Ozone
My god Randal!
You're the new Ozone o_O
I find that sort of thing interesting too : )

I'm not the new anything. I'm just about as old as you and been around here about as long…

:3

Also, you're way more lecherous and perverted than I am, old man. Well.. older… by a slim margin (if I recall correctly).

<_<
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usedbooks at 9:39AM, April 9, 2010
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I don't like “breakfast food” in general, especially not in the morning because I can't handle a lot of grease and/or sugar. (Why must it all be so greasy or sugary??) For breakfast, I usually have a bowl of cereal (Crispix is my favorite) or a chicken wrap and a cup of skim milk and/or orange juice.

However, later in the day, when I can handle something heavier, I do enjoy some of those unhealthy breakfast things from time to time. My favorites are fried eggs and breakfast sausage or a boston creme doughnut. French toast is great too. I like it for dessert.
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Randal at 9:52AM, April 9, 2010
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Usedbooks
breakfast sausage

I like bangers too, we just don't seem to buy them very often.
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GracehFaceh at 2:44PM, April 9, 2010
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Pancakes if my mom makes them…. Eggs as long as they're not from iHop or from anywhere near Iowa (food in general should just not come from Iowa). I eat cereal, but only at night from a plastic bag. Thug life!

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Lonnehart at 3:04PM, April 9, 2010
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I forgot to say this, but apparently fried eggs and SPAM with rice is apparently the number one breakfast here (and Hawaii if I heard right)… And I blame your AMERICAN grandfathers for this… during WWII they brought the mysterious potted meat to this island and across the rest of the Pacific and apparently my grandparents loved it a lot. O_O

Yeah.. and the Wiki is right. We're one of the only places in the world where McDonalds has the stuff on its breakfast menu. -_-
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crocty at 3:09PM, April 9, 2010
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I only have pancakes once a year, so as a result they're perhaps my favourite food. (Though humorously enough, the day we do have them, it's in the afternoon. Go figure.)
I normally just have cereal, Or toast with jam, but on sundays we have bacon butties, yessssss.

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skoolmunkee at 4:08AM, April 10, 2010
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Man, what the hell is wrong with a damn egg?
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I Am The 1337 Master at 6:20AM, April 10, 2010
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Bacon.

and scrambled eggs with cheese in em.
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Lonnehart at 2:18PM, April 10, 2010
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Man, what the hell is wrong with a damn egg?

Nothing to me… unless you partially grow the chick inside then boil it. Yeah… That's exactly what Balut is… EEWWWW!!!!
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Dave7 at 12:07AM, April 11, 2010
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Egg and sausage breakfast burritos, full of artery-clogging goodness.
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Ironscarf at 2:43PM, April 11, 2010
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Black Pudding - breakfast of the gods.

 
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Ryuthehedgewolf at 4:06PM, April 11, 2010
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I personally don't really have a favorite.

But I seem to be partial to coffee (w/creamer) and a poptart.

Always a grand start to my day.
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ozoneocean at 9:55PM, April 11, 2010
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Black Pudding - breakfast of the gods.
Black pudding is forever associated with the Goodies Ecky-Thump episode in my mind.

Whenever I hear about that horrible blood-sausage I imagine the Goodies Yorkshire themed Kung-Fu parody… Those gigantic flat caps O__O

 
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gullas at 2:10AM, April 12, 2010
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Omelet: 4 eggs, bunch o cheese, big chunks of bacon, pepper, a gigantic glass of orange juice… mmmmmmh orgasmic ^_^"
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CZweig at 9:40AM, April 12, 2010
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Poptarts!

I could eat like twenty of those things.

Also, those orange peanut butter crackers, I love those.

… I have a weak and tiny stomach so eating a lot first thing in the morning actually makes me more sick than if I eat nothing…

But yeah, I will still eat the hell outta Poptarts.
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lba at 1:53PM, April 12, 2010
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Pancakes if my mom makes them…. Eggs as long as they're not from iHop or from anywhere near Iowa (food in general should just not come from Iowa). I eat cereal, but only at night from a plastic bag. Thug life!



What exactly is wrong with the food from Iowa? A lot of people complain about it, but in the five years I was there I never ran into bad food. It was always kinda vanilla, but never dangerous or anything. Heck, the bacon there is better than anywhere else I've ever been.
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Katzenklavier at 6:10PM, April 12, 2010
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Lately I've been eating a lot of paninis for breakfast, because my friend steals them from work.
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Randal at 11:55AM, April 13, 2010
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Lately I've been eating a lot of paninis for breakfast, because my friend steals them from work.

Food thief.

=O
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CorruptComics at 6:59PM, April 18, 2010
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