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Old Mar 3rd 2012, 8:49 pm
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In response to elradicchio's post about breakfast there's clearly a need for a separate thread on this subject.

This morning I had some lovely Scottish kippers with two poached eggs and some brown bread and nice butter. The kitchen is still a little smelly though.
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Old Mar 3rd 2012, 9:04 pm
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Four Rich Tea biccies and a cup of tea.

Yesterday it was two soft boiled eggs, toast and a cup of tea.

Day before, it was a Second Cup Hot Chocolate and a muffin.
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Mmm...kippers.

This morning was some artisanal raisin bread with butter & a cuppa.
Usually it's cereal or toast. At the weekends pancakes or homemade cornmeal muffins.
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Homemade Porridge (non of that nasty microwave rubbish) with brown sugar, cinnamon and raisins.

BTW where can I get kippers in Calgary area as I have a sudden craving for some???
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Homemade Porridge (non of that nasty microwave rubbish) with brown sugar, cinnamon and raisins.

BTW where can I get kippers in Calgary area as I have a sudden craving for some???
It seems that Blu Seafood and Market and Boyd’s Lobster Shop are good bets.
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Originally Posted by Atlantic Xpat View Post
Mmm...kippers.

This morning was some artisanal raisin bread with butter & a cuppa.
Usually it's cereal or toast. At the weekends pancakes or homemade cornmeal muffins.
Does this mean you are fully assimilated now ?

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same as Ben, some biccies and a coffee.
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Soft boiled egg & soldiers + cup of tea (brewed for a while, lot of milk). Perfect Saturday breakfast.
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I would give my left arm for a Bacon and Cheese oatcake (Staffordshire) with some brown sauce to dip it in!!!!
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Oink - I've been waiting for this thread with baited breath! Bugger all for me as I'm on a diet till OH comes home next Wednesday! Then it will be a fantasy of all things yum! Till then for us it's Sunday morning with bacon sarnies in whole wheat bread with HP for me and the same with mayo (?) for my son. You can keep lunch and all the rest, breakfast is the best by far!

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Soft scrambled egg and toast today.
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Oink - I've been waiting for this thread with baited breath! Bugger all for me as I'm on a diet till OH comes home next Wednesday! Then it will be a fantasy of all things yum! Till then for us it's Sunday morning with bacon sarnies in whole wheat bread with HP for me and the same with mayo (?) for my son. You can keep lunch and all the rest, breakfast is the best by far!
But Millie you live in France non? I'm picturing you breakfasting on oven warm buttery croissants dripping with pink framboise confiture or snapping a piece off a fresh baked baguette and spreading it thick with President butter. I love French breakfast, I am envious.
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The "full English" with black pudding from the Scottish Butchers...yum!! Very necessary for the morning after the night before!
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Toast and we have run out of marmalade
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Two Weetabix with warm milk with a little sugar and of course a good ol' cup of tea.
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