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What is your favourite 'everyday' breakfast

My favourite breakfast is scramble eggs on toast and top of with a hot cup of tea.

Last reply: 21st Aug 2014 / 79 replies / Post by flyingace

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Milto

Posted by: Milto
Posted: 22nd Sep 2011

Milto says: Steak and eggs. Reply

flyingace

Posted by: flyingace
Posted: 23rd Sep 2011

Milto says: Steak and eggs.

flyingace says: thanks for replying to mine topic Reply

Kaz

Posted by: Kaz
Posted: 10th Oct 2011

Milto says: Steak and eggs.

Kaz says: I love croissants with cheese and ham zapped in the microwave and a hot chocolate with marshmellows. I know its not healthy but it tastes great. Reply

Anonymous

Posted by: Anonymous
Posted: 13th Mar 2012

Kaz says: I love croissants with cheese and ham zapped in the microwave and a hot chocolate with marshmellows. I know its not healthy but it tastes great.

says: I totally agree, croissants with cheese and ham - yum. Reply

Anonymous

Posted by: Anonymous
Posted: 12th Apr 2012

Kaz says: I love croissants with cheese and ham zapped in the microwave and a hot chocolate with marshmellows. I know its not healthy but it tastes great.

says: my tastebuds are salivating madly, when you come over to make me sum...lol....yummo! Reply

stretch

Posted by: stretch
Posted: 25th Jun 2012

Kaz says: I love croissants with cheese and ham zapped in the microwave and a hot chocolate with marshmellows. I know its not healthy but it tastes great.

stretch says: fully agree something to warm up the body after a great nights sleep nothing is better
muffins with meled cheese and a a amall amount of baconm browned lightly and a cup of milo and choc topps for energy
wake up early and feast Reply

Kaz

Posted by: Kaz
Posted: 25th Jun 2012

stretch says: fully agree something to warm up the body after a great nights sleep nothing is better
muffins with meled cheese and a a amall amount of baconm browned lightly and a cup of milo and choc topps...

Kaz says: Food doesnt always have to be super healthy. We all enjoy little indulgences and luxuries. Cereal is great but not every day. Reply

stretch

Posted by: stretch
Posted: 25th Jun 2012

Kaz says: Food doesnt always have to be super healthy. We all enjoy little indulgences and luxuries. Cereal is great but not every day.

stretch says: cereal is like so yesterday and borring its like a bowl of cerial it kind of just sites there and says ok now follow the routine Reply

Dora

Posted by: Dora
Posted: 7th Aug 2014

stretch says: fully agree something to warm up the body after a great nights sleep nothing is better
muffins with meled cheese and a a amall amount of baconm browned lightly and a cup of milo and choc topps...

Dora says: Yum.. melted chesse. I normally have that as an evening snack though. I cut up a bun & toast the insides of the bun so its crisp on the outside but soft on the inside, then but a bit of butter on it while hot so the butter melts into the center of the bun. Then add the cheese & pop into the oven for a minute or 2 till the chjeese melts.
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taillights

Posted by: taillights
Posted: 20th Mar 2014

Kaz says: I love croissants with cheese and ham zapped in the microwave and a hot chocolate with marshmellows. I know its not healthy but it tastes great.

taillights says: I love bacon,eggs (runny) & toast or some leftover mince, onion,in gravy on toast Lamb's fry & bacon on toast. or kidney's in gravy on toast. Plus some other things.
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Anonymous

Posted by: Anonymous
Posted: 12th Apr 2012

Milto says: Steak and eggs.

says: you must be keen to cook steak for brekky or do you have somebody to cook it for you, yum yum Reply

shar

Posted by: shar
Posted: 20th Apr 2012

shar says: I love a full brekky>>bacon, eggs, mushroom and tomatoes all cooked on the bbq, with toast and a strong coffee. Reply

Paulie

Posted by: Paulie
Posted: 23rd Sep 2011

Paulie says: Muesli, with chopped seeds, with diced fresh and dried fruit and a tablespoon of psyllium. Now hit it with a small tub of probiotic yoghurt and sprinkle raisins and cranberries on top for some colour. Two cups of freshly brewed coffee. Try this and you will be around in your nineties! (Eat too much bacon and eggs and you'll be _round_ in your forties! ) :) Reply

flyingace

Posted by: flyingace
Posted: 23rd Sep 2011

Paulie says: Muesli, with chopped seeds, with diced fresh and dried fruit and a tablespoon of psyllium. Now hit it with a small tub of probiotic yoghurt and sprinkle raisins and cranberries on top for some...

flyingace says: thanks sounds like a great healthy breakfast. Reply

lavender

Posted by: lavender
Posted: 23rd Sep 2011

lavender says: I love omelet ...have changed to quinoa with fruit and yoghurt...yummy.....and then the rooibos tea Reply

flyingace

Posted by: flyingace
Posted: 23rd Sep 2011

lavender says: I love omelet ...have changed to quinoa with fruit and yoghurt...yummy.....and then the rooibos tea

flyingace says: Thanks for replying to my topic your breakfast sounds lovely. Reply

Bellxchat

Posted by: Bellxchat
Posted: 15th Feb 2012

lavender says: I love omelet ...have changed to quinoa with fruit and yoghurt...yummy.....and then the rooibos tea

Bellxchat says: Sounds yummy indeed. Have you tried Nerada's Rooibos with Vanilla tea? My current fav! Reply

Godolfin

Posted by: Godolfin
Posted: 23rd Sep 2011

Godolfin says: My favourite Breakfast is Weet Bix with a spoon full of Chia seed Reply

flyingace

Posted by: flyingace
Posted: 23rd Sep 2011

Godolfin says: My favourite Breakfast is Weet Bix with a spoon full of Chia seed

flyingace says: What is chia seed I have never heard of that seed and thanks for replying to my topic. Reply

Godolfin

Posted by: Godolfin
Posted: 23rd Sep 2011

flyingace says: What is chia seed I have never heard of that seed and thanks for replying to my topic.

Godolfin says: Chia seed can purchased at any good health food shop go buy some it cost about $20 a kilo bulk Reply

flyingace

Posted by: flyingace
Posted: 23rd Sep 2011

Godolfin says: Chia seed can purchased at any good health food shop go buy some it cost about $20 a kilo bulk

flyingace says: thanks for letting me know have a good day Reply

Anonymous

Posted by: Anonymous
Posted: 12th Apr 2012

Godolfin says: My favourite Breakfast is Weet Bix with a spoon full of Chia seed

says: what does chia taste like, heard of it and its benefits, but......thnx's Reply

Paulie

Posted by: Paulie
Posted: 23rd Sep 2011

Paulie says: Yes, chia, often sold under the 'Salba' flag, is a great addition sprinkled on muesli. It has been described as a Superfood. The Mayan, Aztec and Inca peoples used it as a staple. Their message-carriers, long-distance runners, often carried only a small leather pouch of seed to sustain them, while running for several days*. Hard to sprout, though. It goes 'slimy' quickly. If anyone knows the secret to successfully sprouting chia, I'd appreciate it... .
* May have spilled some of it, too. Often found growing wild beside central American trails and mountain tracks! Reply

flyingace

Posted by: flyingace
Posted: 23rd Sep 2011

Paulie says: Yes, chia, often sold under the 'Salba' flag, is a great addition sprinkled on muesli. It has been described as a Superfood. The Mayan, Aztec and Inca peoples used it as a staple. Their...

flyingace says: thank you for letting me know Reply

Godolfin

Posted by: Godolfin
Posted: 23rd Sep 2011

Godolfin says: muesli not good for your health Reply

naumai

Posted by: naumai
Posted: 4th Oct 2011

naumai says: kia ora that is my favourite breaky to Reply

robbur

Posted by: robbur
Posted: 5th Oct 2011

robbur says: Chia seed is a great souce of Omega 3 fatty acids, very good for your cholesterol levels. Try the Goodness Superfoods cereals, 3 types: Protein, great for an energy boost, Heart for heart health and Digestion, no need to explain that one. I have the Protein with a handful of raw almonds and Goji berries with a full of antioxidants. Tastes yummy They are all made from barley so good for wheat interolance, Reply

medu

Posted by: medu
Posted: 6th Oct 2011

medu says: Many choices like being an Indian i can whip up phoha,upma,diosa.idli,dhokla etc.I love eating Akueri ans onion omlette too as they are staple Parsi Zoroastrian food wanna try some. Reply

goddesshelen84

Posted by: goddesshelen84
Posted: 10th Oct 2011

goddesshelen84 says: My favourite is greek yoghut with honey and fresh manderine, blueberries and rasberries, With a side of fresh sourdough and the proper sourdough. yum yum Reply

Anonymous

Posted by: Anonymous
Posted: 12th Oct 2011

says: A cup of good old twining Englishes breakfast tea and jam and toast........:) Reply

paradox

Posted by: paradox
Posted: 19th Oct 2011

paradox says: My wife has recently taught me how to cook the perfect omelette and I now find pleasure in experimenting with different flavours so that when I cook breakfast it tastes a little different all the time. next door neighbour supplies fresh eggs and I serve it with fresh rye bred and coffee. Happy start to your morning. Reply

MegaGanjafan

Posted by: MegaGanjafan
Posted: 7th Feb 2012

MegaGanjafan says: Poach eggs with bacon, baked beans on toast, with cup of coffee, or nice bowl of muesli an orange juice Reply

Captain  Slog

Posted by: Captain Slog
Posted: 22nd Feb 2012

Captain Slog says: Hi Ace, Folks,
This is my second open discussion in Cafe Chat site since signing up this morning, and, this happens to be one of my favourite Meal times.
Good old Brekkie! As we all know, its Summer right now, which for me means Kornies, Skippy's, Vita Brits, All Bran, Sultana Bran, and most popular Breakfast Cereals.
At the moment, in the mornings I am having Weet Bix BITES "Crunchy Honey". Like all my other Cereals Breakfasts, I enjoy my Cereal with Banana. Unfortunately, the Honey Bites don't last very long, and when they've run out, my next Breakfast cereal will be SKIPPY Cornflakes.
For those of you who are familiar with the WEET BIX "Collector's Cans", I have one to keep my Cereals fresh. I will be emptying a packet of skippy's into the plastic bag in the can and adding a packet of Cranberries, and mixing them in. When I have my cereal in the morning, I add a TEASPOONFUL of Raw Sugar, and chop up a Banana before adding my Milk. Yummm!
The other thing I have, a sort of early Breakfast, when I get up at 6 am to catch the early News on TV and the BREAKFAST Programme, is two slices of Wholemeal Toast with Marmalade and a nice hot Cuppa. Dilmah of course. at 7 am its back to bed for an hopur or so, then I get up for my Skippy's.
I Winter, its the same routine, except I have Porrige instead ofthe Skippy's, because of the cold.
I quite enjoy the UNCLE TOBY'S Sachets with Honey. As well as those, I also get a bag of HARRAWAY'S Whole Grain Oats.
To make it easy, and a "One Pot" Brekkie, I put one sachet of Uncle Toby's into a Bowl, and add 1/2 a cup of Wholegrain Oats. Then I add a 1/2 Teaspoon of Salt and a Level Soupspoonful of Raw Sugar. I mix it all in while the jug is boiling,and add a small knob of butter, not quite a Teaspoonful, and a small splash of Extra Virgin Olive Oil. I then add the just boiled water, completely covering it. Then mix it all together, and cover it with a small plate and leave it on the table while I go and feed my cat and do my cuppa.
By the time I've taken care of Charlie's Brekkie, and done my Cuppa, I take the plate off the bowl and the Porrige is all nicely cooked and showing no trace of the water. I give it another good mix to make sure its all nice and smooth, add a splash of Milk and get stuck in. HOWZAT! Mmmm! Bloody Loovly Lud!
When we were kids, we used to get up to the smell of Eggs and Bacon cooking and and the sound of Porrige blooping away in the huge pot. Yes, I miss it, but to do it myself would take up too much time. So, these days I tend to keep it simple, and its still a very nice Breakfast. I used my last Apricot up with this morning's brekkie. I had that as well as the banana.
Anyone else enjoy a lovely brekkie similar to mine? Reply

ash

Posted by: ash
Posted: 25th Feb 2012

Captain Slog says: Hi Ace, Folks,
This is my second open discussion in Cafe Chat site since signing up this morning, and, this happens to be one of my favourite Meal times.
Good old Brekkie! As we all...

ash says: wow... lots of info... thanks for that... welcome to cafe study.. hope ul enjoy as much as i do.. tc Reply

Captain  Slog

Posted by: Captain Slog
Posted: 25th Feb 2012

ash says: wow... lots of info... thanks for that... welcome to cafe study.. hope ul enjoy as much as i do.. tc

Captain Slog says: Hi Ash,
Thanks for Welcoming me to The Cafe! It is a very Fun place, and there are alot of very interesting Comments and People to enjoy.
Yes, most of my comments have been rather long, but, I write like I talk, and BOY! DO I TALK? This is getting a bit long already!
In the comments like the one you replied to, I read something I liked and offered something to the readers in return, as a way of saying Thank You, because they shared something with us.
Did you read the one by Shay-Dee about 'The Poor Man's Pizza?" He/She offered a lovely but very simple Snack that was not only very simple to make, ANYONE could make it. especially kids, or someone who's not all that clued up about cooking. Brilliant! Good Honest Tucker, I call it.
Then, some snobs decided to bully Shay-Dee and the BAGGAGE decided to label it rubbish. Their one was very nasty and said that Shay-Dee was just "Too lazy to make Pizza Dough. blah, blah, blah. . ." Just NASTY!
Immediately below the Snobs comments, Defenders came to the rescue and offered support. I am one of them. I HATE Snobs! The only thing I like about them is the hell I fire at them. They think they're just so damned high and mighty with their imagined airs of "superiority."
I've enjoyed reading food ideas and advice from Readers and, especially Shay-Dee's Recipe for the Ham and Pineapple Toastie. When I've got all I need to do it, I WILL do for lunch one day.
Betergophernow and let someone esle get a word in.
Before I do go, have you, or anyone else, reading this, got any good Recipes for HOT DOGS? I have a couple I could share with you. That is, the "Francis Furter" in the Split Roll.
If you could remind me in another reply, I will put them in my next entry. And I'll TRY to keep it short.
Have agreat weekend! Reply

Ziah

Posted by: Ziah
Posted: 24th Feb 2012

Ziah says: Gluten-free toast and Vegemite, or toast and Dick Smith's amazing jams/marmalades, or toast topped with cream cheese, sliced tomato, some baby spinach leaves and black pepper/sea salt, or toast topped with poached eggs/scrambled eggs, or toast and baked beans, all with a decaf coffee with a dash of cream - or gluten-free muesli with either rice milk or almond milk if I can get it at a reasonable price, and a cup of green tea. Reply

Ziah

Posted by: Ziah
Posted: 24th Feb 2012

Ziah says: Oh yeah - one of my summer go-to breakfasts is fruit salad, with a dollop of natural greek yoghurt mixed with a teaspoon of agave nectar (or honey for those who prefer it), sprinkled with a tablespoon of either gluten-free granola/muesli, or a blend of seeds and chopped nuts (like pecans, walnuts, almonds, pumpkin, chia, flax/linseed or LSA mix and other yummy stuff) for the extra nutrition and crunch. But only if I made a fruit salad for dessert the night before... Reply

ash

Posted by: ash
Posted: 25th Feb 2012

ash says: weet bix and warm milk... or pancakes with honey or cream.. also egg n bacon muffin form mc donald.. Reply

clutterbugs

Posted by: clutterbugs
Posted: 6th Mar 2012

clutterbugs says: Everyday breakfast is cereal. Special breakfast is: two fried eggs on two pieces of toast covered with sliced cheese, fried mushrooms, bacon and a large coffee. Reply

rixon11

Posted by: rixon11
Posted: 6th Mar 2012

rixon11 says: i love bacon eggs baked beans tomato and mushroom..... with tomato sauce. Reply

kazza

Posted by: kazza
Posted: 8th Mar 2012

kazza says: My favourite would be poached free range eggs on sourdough, with a cup of twinings, or yoghurt sprinkled with muesli Reply

PGS

Posted by: PGS
Posted: 16th Mar 2012

PGS says: 3 spoons of oats, 1/4 spoon brown sugar, 1 spoon sultanas.
cover with hot water & wait.

that's brekky most days.
with coffee, of course... Reply

Captain  Slog

Posted by: Captain Slog
Posted: 30th Apr 2012

PGS says: 3 spoons of oats, 1/4 spoon brown sugar, 1 spoon sultanas.
cover with hot water & wait.

that's brekky most days.
with coffee, of course...

Captain Slog says: Hi PGS,
I hope you haven't got one of those cloakable Rece Droids sneaking around getting Recipes from people cooking their meals at all times of the day!
Your Porrige sounds just like the way I do mine. Unlike you, though, I use a small 70g Tomato Paste tin as a measure. I mentioned it in one of my entries. I keep my Harraway's Rolled Oats in a couple of Sellotape canisters, and my HARRAWAY'S Whole Grain Oats in a large VANISH canister.
To a bowl, I put the Nappy San lid in and pour the wholegrain oats in and then just empty it in. Then add two 70g measures of Rolled Oats. I then poke a small hole in the Oats and pour some salt in and then a Spoonsful of Raw Suger and then mix the whole lot together.
By then, the jug has boiled and I add the water, covering it all. I then mix it all together and cover with a plate to cook.
If you like, before adding the water, I add a very small shake of cinnamon, a dusting really, and a teaspoon of Butter and the same of Olive Oil.
Try this, you'll love it! Obviously you add a splash of Milk. YUMMM! Reply

Captain  Slog

Posted by: Captain Slog
Posted: 30th Apr 2012

Captain Slog says: Hi PGS,
I hope you haven't got one of those cloakable Rece Droids sneaking around getting Recipes from people cooking their meals at all times of the day!
Your Porrige sounds just like...

Captain Slog says: Captain Slog - Supplimentary.
The entry I mentioned is just above ASH'S, actually! Ha!
Keeping things simple is the best way to do things and its good to see someone else is thinking the same way. Good on you PGS! Perhaps we'll see some more of your helpful hints, seeing as how we are both having the same Brekky. I'll try and dig up a few of mine to share, too.
Good Honest Tucker! Made quick and simple and without being pretentious and snobby. Best of all? Its FUN and easy enough for kids to make. Reply

Anonymous

Posted by: Anonymous
Posted: 17th Mar 2012

says: homemade muesli with berries, kiwi fruit and yoghurt. Reply

Katiebear35

Posted by: Katiebear35
Posted: 19th Mar 2012

Katiebear35 says: Pancakes with fresh berries and ice cream. I am lovig toasted hot cross buns too at the moment. Reply

hisbb

Posted by: hisbb
Posted: 12th Apr 2012

hisbb says: Well...My favourite is a crumpet with the middle cut out and an egg fried in the center Reply

Vicky

Posted by: Vicky
Posted: 20th Apr 2012

Vicky says: Spinach with bacon and two poached eggs on top. Yum and suprisingly filling. Reply

pokerking

Posted by: pokerking
Posted: 19th May 2012

pokerking says: my fav is pancakes with lemon and sugar with bacon and a cup of tea Reply

arti

Posted by: arti
Posted: 25th May 2012

arti says: fruit toast with butter. coffee or tea. Reply

arti

Posted by: arti
Posted: 25th May 2012

arti says: fruit toast with butter. coffee or tea. Reply

Anonymous

Posted by: Anonymous
Posted: 29th May 2012

says: i agree, i love eggs and i love topping it off with a great,hot cuppa. Reply

Anonymous

Posted by: Anonymous
Posted: 29th May 2012

says: Reply

bec

Posted by: bec
Posted: 30th May 2012

bec says: bacon eggs and tomato Reply

natters

Posted by: natters
Posted: 30th May 2012

natters says: My favourite breakfast is blt, mushrooms on toast with a hot cup of peppermint tea and honey. Reply

Shellie

Posted by: Shellie
Posted: 21st Jun 2012

Shellie says: I have a healthy shake, it is a nutritious,protein shake that has every nutrient the body needs in a glass and tastes great. I have mine with half a banana and a strawberry smoothie cube added. Just like a strawberry milkshake only healthy! Reply

Shellie

Posted by: Shellie
Posted: 21st Jun 2012

Shellie says: This is my first time on this site and allready sent a reply but I don't where it went. I have a healthy nutrional protein shake with half a banana and a strawberry smoothie cube added. Tastes like a strawberry milkshake only healthy!! This shake mix has every nutrient the body needs for a meal in a glass. Reply

wilau

Posted by: wilau
Posted: 24th Jun 2012

wilau says: i love muesli with yoghurt i hate milk and cereal so really enjoy it with yoghurt Reply

franwon

Posted by: franwon
Posted: 26th Jun 2012

wilau says: i love muesli with yoghurt i hate milk and cereal so really enjoy it with yoghurt

franwon says: My favourite is french toast with half boil egg. Reply

Bindii

Posted by: Bindii
Posted: 5th Jul 2012

Bindii says: Winter time, I can't go past porridge with brown sugar, milk and fresh strawberries and/or blueberries.

Toasted plain bagel with cream cheese and jam.

Pop tarts if I'm feeling really naughty.

But no matter what I eat, there's always a fresh pot of coffe to go with it. Reply

dano

Posted by: dano
Posted: 8th Aug 2012

dano says: my favourite is eggs benedict on toasted muffins with tassie smoked salmon YUMMO luv it. Reply

dano

Posted by: dano
Posted: 8th Aug 2012

dano says: My favourite brekfast is eggs benedict on toasted muffins with tassie smoked salmon YUMMO luv it. Reply

Cazz

Posted by: Cazz
Posted: 28th Aug 2012

Cazz says: Our lastest is bacon, eggs, tomatoes, mushroom, hash brown and snags on the bbq just love it. With a nice fresh glass of juice =) Reply

baz

Posted by: baz
Posted: 3rd Sep 2012

baz says: can't beat bacon, scrambled eggs, spaghetti and toast Reply

PGS

Posted by: PGS
Posted: 4th Sep 2012

PGS says: What I'd like to have & what I do have are quite different.

I do have a bowl of oats each day. Reply

dani

Posted by: dani
Posted: 4th Sep 2012

dani says: i love having yoghurt with chopped fruit and muesli or even a fruit smoothie! have never been a fan of bid breakfasts but on weekends i usually go all out and have eggs, ham, mushrooms, toast and ofcourse my daily coffee :) Reply

Jess

Posted by: Jess
Posted: 25th Sep 2012

Jess says: My everyday breakfast is porridge with honey. I have recently found Twinings make camomile and spearmint tea and I can't get enough of it. But Shar is so right, theres nothing like a full breakie cooked on the BBQ. Yum something to look forward to on the weekend! Reply

Anonymous

Posted by: Anonymous
Posted: 3rd Oct 2012

says: Special K with chopped banana and a nice cup of tea. Reply

summah

Posted by: summah
Posted: 8th Oct 2012

summah says: Honestly i cant go past toast and a nice warm milo, even an english muffin yum yum Reply

Anonymous

Posted by: Anonymous
Posted: 9th Oct 2012

says: my favourite breakfast is cereal an yogurt! yum yum Reply

rosie

Posted by: rosie
Posted: 11th Oct 2012

rosie says: my favorite is toast with egg and vegemite with some soy sauce Reply

Skeet

Posted by: Skeet
Posted: 21st Oct 2012

Skeet says: I love scrambled eggs on toast,, totally adore eggs Benedict ;)) and cereal coco pops, rice bubbles, weetbix then again I love most food lol Reply

cazzie

Posted by: cazzie
Posted: 23rd Oct 2013

cazzie says: The big bricky bacon eggs tomato spinach mushrooms.
Coffee Reply

Dint Man

Posted by: Dint Man
Posted: 4th Nov 2013

Dint Man says: Cereal and coffee is way to start the day. Reply

amapit

Posted by: amapit
Posted: 11th Nov 2013

amapit says: Green protein smoothie - handful of frozen berries, big handful of baby spinach (or other greens), non-whey protein powder, coconut milk, chia gel, water, and ice cubes. Reply

flower52

Posted by: flower52
Posted: 19th Nov 2013

flower52 says: I love my hot porridge that come in the sachets just quick and easy good for you not full of fat. Reply

Bazz

Posted by: Bazz
Posted: 1st Aug 2014

Bazz says: I have a whole Organic Certified Green Drinking Coconut for breakfast every day. I've had a huge variety of breakfasts in my life & this one tops the lot. Reply

Dora

Posted by: Dora
Posted: 7th Aug 2014

Dora says: Yum Eggs with toast and a rasher of bacon with some sauted mushrooms. A glass of freshly squeezed orange juice or a cup of hot chocolate. Reply

Bernard

Posted by: Bernard
Posted: 21st Aug 2014

Bernard says: Scrambled eggs, with onion and chilli and coffee!!! Reply

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