What did you have for breakfast today?

  • My breakfast will be cereal followed by two mugs of strong hot black tea (traditional way, with rock candy sugar, and HRH may deign to add the cream and (against tradition) stir).

    ...cried a voice in the crowd.


  • Biscuits in sausage gravy with 4 strips of bacon and some scrambled eggs, plus a pancake with syrup and a glass of orange juice.

    Fairly close to what I had yesterday:thumbup:. In my case it was biscuits in sausage gravy, scrambled eggs, and French toast with syrup. My girlfriend is a country gal who likes to cook old-fashioned meals like that. I may die in ten years from a heart attack but at least it will be with a happy belly and a smile on my face :)

  • I guess now that I’m almost 60 I better wear well. Compared to the others on this thread I’m sure not eating well.

    I'm in the middle of a two week holiday, and just after a trip to a lakeside cabin. Most of my meals for the past week have incorporated barbecued steak, encrusted with a salt rich mix of spices and potatoes, usually with a heavy helping of butter, salt and pepper on top. So I share your hyperlipidemic uncertainty!

  • :D


    OATMEAL WARS!!! Next big thing the on The Food Network.


    In all seriousness, @Backdrifter's oatmeal breakfast has long sounded nothing short of legendary to me, and the whole fruit in my oatmeal was frozen. If I had to guess, his would win in an "oatmeal breakfast competition" (sounds like a missing section of Supper's Ready!). However, the oats I use are made/grown in Dungarvan, Waterford, Ireland giving me a connection to home, and the orange blossom honey is a new discovery purchased at the roadside in Maine, and is absolutely gorgeous. So it might be tight!

  • :D


    OATMEAL WARS!!! Next big thing the on The Food Network.


    In all seriousness, @Backdrifter's oatmeal breakfast has long sounded nothing short of legendary to me, and the whole fruit in my oatmeal was frozen. If I had to guess, his would win in an "oatmeal breakfast competition" (sounds like a missing section of Supper's Ready!). However, the oats I use are made/grown in Dungarvan, Waterford, Ireland giving me a connection to home, and the orange blossom honey is a new discovery purchased at the roadside in Maine, and is absolutely gorgeous. So it might be tight!

    The Irish oats and the honey sound perfect. Personally not a fan of fresh or frozen fruit in oatmeal, porridge etc. But that's just me.


    I'm not exaggerating when I say discovering my oatmeal combo last year revolutionised breakfast for me!


    But today on a very different note I'm about to griddle some bacon, black pudding, lorne, mushroom and tomato to have with fried egg and some orange juice. A while since I had a cooked breakfast blow-out.

    Abandon all reason

  • :D


    OATMEAL WARS!!! Next big thing the on The Food Network.


    In all seriousness, @Backdrifter's oatmeal breakfast has long sounded nothing short of legendary to me, and the whole fruit in my oatmeal was frozen. If I had to guess, his would win in an "oatmeal breakfast competition" (sounds like a missing section of Supper's Ready!). However, the oats I use are made/grown in Dungarvan, Waterford, Ireland giving me a connection to home, and the orange blossom honey is a new discovery purchased at the roadside in Maine, and is absolutely gorgeous. So it might be tight!

    You could all write a new classic: "Breakfast's Ready"! ^^

    Ian


    Works with chess - Not with life