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Old 11-20-09, 11:53 PM   #1
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Weird breakfasts

The other day, I had toasted pepperoni and monterey jack cheese on Jewish rye and a slice of shoo fly pie. Tell me about your weird breakfast.
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Old 11-21-09, 12:13 AM   #2
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In college my brother swore by, or maybe at, cold pizza and warm beer. Woke him up and put him right back to bed.
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This AM I had pasteles and two fried eggs with a glass of aloe juice, pretty wierd, but damned good!
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Ya'll won't believe this but one of the strangest breakfasts I've had was to simply sit down to a large bowl of chopped fruit with cream. I've never did that before! For me it was always eggs, bacon, pancakes or oatmeal. A simple bowl of fruits was so refreshing and energizing in the morning.
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Cost 35 cents!!Ramen noodles and two hot dogs sliced into the noddles!
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Stay in China for awhile. After that, nothing will be weird to you again. The most "normal" thing I ate for breakfast there was probably eels.
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not weird, but different. wish i had some now.

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Not too weird but I like the combo...

A bowl of oatmeal and a sandwich of bacon on white bread with yellow mustard. Both are good, but when eaten along side each other they really compliment each other.
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not weird, but different. wish i had some now.

What's that?

Normal for my family but not the majority of US, is chilaquiles. So good!
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Escargot Omelette this morning with Brie Cheese.
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EWww. Snails? Seriously?

Weirdest thing I ever eat for breakfast is leftover pizza.
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dude, fried spaghetti!
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Normal for my family but not the majority of US, is chilaquiles. So good!
grilled pork (salty and garlic) with sticky rice.
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grilled pork (salty and garlic) with sticky rice.
That actually sounds pretty good!
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EWww. Snails? Seriously?

Weirdest thing I ever eat for breakfast is leftover pizza.
Yep, had some leftover escargot from last night and filled the omelet with them and the Brie. Man, it was great!
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That actually sounds pretty good!
if it wasn't that, it was this.



god i miss the food in thailand. my waistline... not so much.
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^That looks like arroz caldo.

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Sounds fantastic.

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god i miss the food in thailand. my waistline... not so much.
That looks kind of like congee (a thick soup made with broken rice and pretty much anything you like). I had a school friend who ate congee nearly everyday for breakfast and I thought she was lucky. It's much tastier than Cheerios.
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Escargot Omelette this morning with Brie Cheese.
Maine lobster omelets. Yum.

This isn't quite as exotic as some of the things posted here, but on cold winter mornings in Maine, we'd have Cream of Wheat with chocolate chips in it. Mmmmmm. I still make that sometimes.
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Sounds fantastic.

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That looks kind of like congee (a thick soup made with broken rice and pretty much anything you like). I had a school friend who ate congee nearly everyday for breakfast and I thought she was lucky. It's much tastier than Cheerios.
yep, that's what it is. the stuff i had was much better than the pic i found.

the place we went to (apparently pretty famous in chiang mai) served it with the vegtables and egg already mixed in, and you had a choice between pork, chicken, or fishballs as an extra,

i usually went for with fishballs, and added a liberal amount of chili.
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