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jastons wrote:Hash browns and chocolate fingers.
Nice
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just a tea this morning
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In the process of cooking bacon, egg, tomatoes, beans, sautéed potatoes and bread and butter
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Monkey Mike wrote:In the process of cooking bacon, egg, tomatoes, beans, sautéed potatoes and bread and butter



great stuff lucky b arstard :scarfer: :scarfer:
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tea toast heavy on the butter do not tell mrs ch :D :D
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Protein shake, 5 rashers turkey bacon , 2 eggs and 2 mini tortilla wraps :scarfer:
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Cup o tea.
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Black pudding and fried egg sandwich. Kin lovely, washed down with a cup of tea.
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Chicken Run Supreme wrote:Black pudding and fried egg sandwich. Kin lovely, washed down with a cup of tea.
Filthy :thup:
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I don't know if our local blackpudding is available in England but if it is I can recommend it. :)

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Yes Ageing, Clonakilty Black Pudding is available in England and it is lovely but Charles MacLeod's Stornoway is my favourite A quality pudding is a real delicacy but economy ones are best avoided.

A rather more sedate breakfast today, a bowl of rice crispies and cup of tea.
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Must try some of that sometime then :)
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Today was 1 egg, 2 sausages, bubble, 2 hash browns, 2 toms, beans, few rashers of bacon, mushrooms, 2 slices of toast and a white coffee
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I could do with some of that r99c. I had a toasted muffin and butter.
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2 Boiled Eggs and 4 rounds of Toast. Never fails :thup:
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r99c wrote:Today was 1 egg, 2 sausages, bubble, 2 hash browns, 2 toms, beans, few rashers of bacon, mushrooms, 2 slices of toast and a white coffee
That is smashing
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One bowl of porridge, one slice of toast with olive pate and two cups of Earl Grey tea.
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Two Lincolnshire sausages, two poached eggs, four rashers of smoked back bacon and tinned tomatoes without juice, two slices of toast from homemade bread with Lurpak. Smashing way to start a Sunday.
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Two protien weetabix, two cups of Earl Gray tea, slice of olive pate on Burgen toast.
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Toast with butter, marmite and peanut butter on. Lovely combination.
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