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    Garlic smoked cheese declared a success - not to subtle, but doesn't grab you by the nose. Melted on the grilled burgers, it was pretty darn good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LookingSkyward View Post
    Garlic smoked cheese declared a success - not to subtle, but doesn't grab you by the nose. Melted on the grilled burgers, it was pretty darn good.
    Can a little bit last until late September in Burlington? Please?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trebuchet View Post
    Can a little bit last until late September in Burlington? Please?

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    Nope, but I'll make you up a batch!

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    My son is making baked ziti today. I can't wait.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Solfe View Post
    My son is making baked ziti today. I can't wait.
    It's been years. I need to make that again, soon.

    Our lunch was egg salad on croissants and low-fat Pringles.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LookingSkyward View Post
    Nope, but I'll make you up a batch!
    Thanks Dave! Hurling thread up soon, I hope.

    Meanwhile, here is my dinner at the Old Faithful Inn on our recent trip: Bison Brat and Pheasant/Chicken Sausage! Altogether delicious. We made a point of having interesting food whenever available on the trip.
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    Other good stuff we had included quail, trout, and some yummy Italian at a busy little place in Boise.
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    Fish and Chips with lots of salt and vinager.
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    Quote Originally Posted by captain swoop View Post
    Fish and Chips with lots of salt and vinager.
    Sat by the harbour in Whitby
    We had our own version of that last Saturday: beer battered halibut and zucchini, and hushpuppies.
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    Hushpuppies look like fun.
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    Three bites of medium-seared, nicely seasoned steak and a small bit of mashed potatoes.
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    Smoked muttaburrasaurus. Found it in the back of the fridge. Gotta clean that thing out more often.

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    Something approaching huevos rancheros. I call it leftovers omelette.
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    Made some fish (just cod with a bit of lemon juice) and grilled eggplant (aubergine).
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    Red burgers: otherwise known as....
    Red Tropea onions stewed with red wine, dried tomatoes and sweet paprika and a couple medium rare fassona burgers. With a bit of cheddar.
    Eppur si muove....

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    Quote Originally Posted by UntrainedObserver View Post
    Red burgers: otherwise known as....
    Red Tropea onions stewed with red wine, dried tomatoes and sweet paprika and a couple medium rare fassona burgers. With a bit of cheddar.
    Looks good
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    Quote Originally Posted by captain swoop View Post
    Looks good
    Tastes good too
    Eppur si muove....

    This works
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    5 sugar-coated brownie bites, skim milk, a raw carrot.
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    Full breakfast

    Sausage, bacon, black pud, fried egg, hash browns, mushrooms and baked beans.
    Followed by toast and marmalade.
    Large mugs of tea.
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    Quote Originally Posted by captain swoop View Post
    Full breakfast

    Sausage, bacon, black pud, fried egg, hash browns, mushrooms and baked beans.
    Followed by toast and marmalade.
    Large mugs of tea.
    And when you finished it was time for lunch, eh?

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    Quote Originally Posted by captain swoop View Post
    Full breakfast

    Sausage, bacon, black pud, fried egg, hash browns, mushrooms and baked beans.
    Followed by toast and marmalade.
    Large mugs of tea.
    You don't eat toast and marmalade with the meal? It's an "afterward"?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Buttercup View Post
    You don't eat toast and marmalade with the meal? It's an "afterward"?
    It is indeed.

    Strictly speaking I should have started with grapefruit or cerial before the fryup.

    I only have a 'Full English' when I stay at a hotel for the night and have to start work early and know I won't get lunch until late.

    Eta. I had a slice of Fried Bread on the plate as well.
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    Quote Originally Posted by captain swoop View Post
    Sausage, bacon, black pud, fried egg, hash browns, mushrooms and baked beans.
    Followed by toast and marmalade.
    Large mugs of tea.
    I had a couple at my hotel recently when I was in Manchester for ESOF 2016. I enjoyed it, except for the beans. I'm sure this will sound heretical, but I don't understand why anybody would want sweet beans with breakfast.

    Plus, I had it with coffee, being from the other side of the Atlantic.
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    Beans for breakfast sounds good for me I might have some tomorrow maybe with some potatoes.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jens View Post
    I had a couple at my hotel recently when I was in Manchester for ESOF 2016. I enjoyed it, except for the beans. I'm sure this will sound heretical, but I don't understand why anybody would want sweet beans with breakfast.

    Plus, I had it with coffee, being from the other side of the Atlantic.
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    Fried egg sandwich this morning
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    Pasta e fagioli, but now I have a ton of leftovers. There isn't too many pasta noodles in it, so I may freeze some.
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    Yogurt, banana and honey.

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    How 'bout some Pickles?

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    I just got back from the St. Jacobs Market, having taken an out of town friend there after work. (We are on night shift together.)

    Now I'm frying up breakfast before bed: Thick slices of tomato fried in butter and basil, a perfectly gorgeous butterfly chop, three free-range eggs, a little unpronounceable but delicious local Swiss-made cheese (because of the turmoil in Europe they can't get Tilsit - rats!) and fresh raspberry jam on homemade cornbread. All topped off by a hot mug of looseleaf Assam tea. Mmmmmmmmmm...............
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    All the options of an always fresh market nearby, all the necessary sharp metal tools, all the clean ceramic and granite surfaces I would every need and yet best I could do for breakfast was nuke a frozen sausage biscuit. Just pathetic.
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