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Old 11-28-12, 03:39
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btw lactictac that Bloody Mary burger appetizer asparagus poky thing makes me laugh
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Mew rocking the kasbah in her red fez
Hehe...fo sho..

I'm actually rampaging because I've had a cruddy cold/ cough twice this month...can't shake it

hope you are doing better soon Kk
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[size=14pt]Breakfast Burrito[/size]

These have been on the menu for a few days. Oh boy let's start the day.

Smart&Final has proper sized flour tortillas
[img]https://fbcdn-sphotos-a-a.akamaihd.net/hphotos-ak-ash3/530393_10152282565730012_864625709_n.jpg

They also carry cheddar cheese


Fry up some potato and onion


scramble in a couple of eggs


roll up like spliff and enjoy
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Old 12-15-12, 13:53
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[size=14pt]Breakfast Burrito[/size]

These have been on the menu for a few days. Oh boy let's start the day.

Smart&Final has proper sized flour tortillas
[img]https://fbcdn-sphotos-a-a.akamaihd.net/hphotos-ak-ash3/530393_10152282565730012_864625709_n.jpg

They also carry cheddar cheese


Fry up some potato and onion


scramble in a couple of eggs


roll up like spliff and enjoy
Maybe be a bit rich for me first thing in the AM.... I'd add hefty amount of pickled jalapeños, chopped, to offset the richness
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Old 12-15-12, 15:04
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Yeah pretty plain but good. That was while I was sick and needed comfort food. For about a week I only wanted white things without spice. For many years I started the day with a bean and cheese burrito and cup of coffee.
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Old 12-29-12, 15:51
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Sauteed Chicken Thighs, Fried Potatoes with Onion, Honey glazed Carrots. Next morning an omelet with the leftovers

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Christmas dinner

Caramelized red onion and cranberries on baked goat brie:



The turkey being carved:



Dinner with roast turkey, gravy, stuffing, mashed sweet potato, beet salad, scalloped potatoes, and turnips:



And finally dessert ... pavlova:

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Elapid, that Christmas dinner looks delicious, especially the Pavlova.

This evening I went out to a local restaurant and had one of the best dishes I have eaten in a long time.


It was basically a seafood marinara with a napoli sauce.

After just seeing Krebs' delicious Breakfast burrito, I think I should post the breakfast burrito I ate at a Cafe a little while ago.



Has tomato relish, bacon, scrambled eggs, spinach and cheese in it.

EDIT: Have to remove the two photos because they are too big. Will be back up in a couple of minutes.
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The Blume sandwich at Barlito:


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