Anyone for Breakfast!

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Miri

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I have a missionary friend who is currently visiting Malaysia.


She posted this on Facebook, it’s what they had for breakfast with the
friends she is staying with. Some sort of chicken foot soup or sauce and
noodle stir fry!


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Anyway it got me wondering what you all have for breakfast.

Pictures would be appreciated. :)
 

blue_ladybug

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That looks sooooooooooooooooooo disgusting..
 
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I have a missionary friend who is currently visiting Malaysia.


She posted this on Facebook, it’s what they had for breakfast with the
friends she is staying with. Some sort of chicken foot soup or sauce and
noodle stir fry!


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Anyway it got me wondering what you all have for breakfast.

Pictures would be appreciated. :)
No thanks
And blue_ladybugs picture says it all
 
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I have a missionary friend who is currently visiting Malaysia.


She posted this on Facebook, it’s what they had for breakfast with the
friends she is staying with. Some sort of chicken foot soup or sauce and
noodle stir fry!


View attachment 180659

Anyway it got me wondering what you all have for breakfast.

Pictures would be appreciated. :)

First Breakfast.

Second breakfast is oatmeal with fruit and milk refrigerated over night. (Eating it was blackberries, as I write this.)

But, chicken feet! My last job I work for a family of Jews. They liked to bust me on my Christianess often, particularly since they were all atheists. Every Christmas they made great strides to tell me that their family tradition was to go to Chinatown on Christmas day and eat chicken feet. The only people who could eat chicken feet were friends of the restaurant's owner. It was considered something like caviar -- a luxury taste too good for the common man to appreciate it.

I've been tempted to try it ever since, but don't want to waste the money and time to try it, in case I don't like it.

The "secret" is to suck the meat out.

As breakfast though? Nah! Not into meat or veggies for breakfast. That's dinner food. I'd be game to eat it at dinner, but would make me squeamish for breakfast.
 

Lynx

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Breakfast today was a very large bowl of carbonara, with some soft cheese melted in. Delicious!
 

Dino246

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To the OP picture...

"I had a hand in that"... ;)
 

Miri

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Jul 22, 2012
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#9
Apparently yes chicken feet are suppose to be delicious, my friend said they
are especially nice fried - nice and crunchy!

I suggested she introduce them to roast beef and Yorkshire pudding! :D


This is what they had for dinner, it looks like the rest of the chicken. Lol


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ScottishOkie

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Beet, Carrot, Ginger, Apple juice. I drink it every morning.
 

Miri

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Jul 22, 2012
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I mostly have cereal with fruit for breakfast, one of these.
With Roobois or fruit teas.

Occasionally beans on toast, egg on toast etc.




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Huckleberry

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How, did he use bribes. Lol
No, he just has this way of eating bone-marrow soup and eyeballs in
some dump of a country that makes you say, "Hey, I want to do that!"
 

mar09

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Breakfast a bit in installment... had some yogurt first, and a liver spread sandwich. I had to find time to do a fresh pineapple bought a few days ago, wc we could not do over the weekend. No pic of yogurt and sandwich now, wc are very famliar to you anyway, but the peeled, sliced pineapple... Have some!
 

Didymous

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I had an avocado for first breakfast. A banana and scrambled eggs for second breakfast.
 

hornetguy

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I'm pretty boring. Usually just a couple of eggs and a sausage patty. If available, I like to add a slice of avocado.

At home, I get a little more creative with my scrambled eggs.. add diced onions, garlic powder, chili powder, and toss in some grated cheddar just as they get "done". Add some Wright brand bacon on the side.... yee-haw! Hot coffee is a "given"....

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Didymous

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Growing up, my favorite breakfast was sautéed venison with fried eggs and potatoes, sourdough toast, and strong coffee.
 

hornetguy

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now my mouth is watering..... venison for breakfast steaks! as my mom used to say, "I bet that was larrupin"