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John Lewis brekkie

Discussion in 'Mouse on the Move' started by daveann, May 14, 2010.

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    mmmmm lovely health concious fry up :lol:
     
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    That beats my boring weetabix!!
     
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    i dont eat brekkie but thats made me hungry now, will have to have a word with the cook in the kitchen here at school, mind you i sample that at home so dont think i'll bother ;) :lol:
     
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    The sight of that plate overwhelms me! :lol:

    I like all things on it, but the beans... it's just all together like that is a bit challenging no? :eek:

    We have huge breakfasts here though too. If I eat that much in the morning, all I want to do is sleep for the next two hours! :D
     
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    It looked better than it tasted honestly :(
     
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    Wow, that's a lot of fried food. But hey, don't tasty breakfasts include fried goodies?!

    I am having a fiber bar and a mini bagel with onion/herb cream cheese.
     
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    Assume that is mushrooms in the back, but where is the roasted tomatoe? that was Donna's favorite part of the English brekkie.
     
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    :lol: 'ducky! I'm having a small bowl of oatmeal with blueberries. Far cry from Mama's perfectly fried egg over easy with buttered toast! :D
     
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    how is an over easy egg cooked tink, not juicy?
     
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    They don't look like the one in the photo. ;) (That's the way my Grandmother's looked and I wouldn't eat them. I can't eat an egg that is cooked to the point of the white being brown. :sorry: ).

    Mama would melt butter in a pan, and once it was to temperature (not sizzling) she would break the egg into the butter. She'd simmer the egg gently, turn it once and simmer again until the white was completely cooked (how icky is uncooked egg white! :eek: ) and the yolk was hot, but still unset.

    LOVED her eggs. :sigh:
     
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    thats how i like them but never tasted one done solely in butter

    i hate snotty eggs as we call them, well i do :lol: dont like the white crispy either ewwwwwww
     
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    I like eggs boiled so that the white is totally cooked and the yolk runny....then chop it up in a cup with a knob of butter and a slice of torn up bread. Mix well. Yum!
     
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    mmmmmh lush!

    I wonder if they do veggie option......
     

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