What's a typical breakfast in the area you live in?

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What's a typical breakfast in the area you live in?

Postby shadowalk » 15 Oct 2017, 23:18

Savage breakfast meals tend to be centered around garlic rice and sunny-side up eggs. Some would just eat plain bread with cheese, butter, ham or bacon. Some would just go for cup of abzu's beverage and a marlboro. Here are my personal favorites:

Tapsilog - beef tapa (beef cured with soy sauce and spices, kinda like an 'unprocessed' beef jerky), one or two sunny-side up eggs, and garlic rice; sometimes accompanied by pickled unripe papaya relish and/or sliced tomatoes

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Chosilog - same concept as tapsilog except this one uses philippine chorizos which vary from the different regions island regions here (there's a spicier, garlic-y variation and i prefer that over the others)

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Tuyosilog - same concept as all of the above except this one's got dried salted fish and/or squid

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It's either that or jorsh's favorite fertilized duck embryo eggs with vinegar and chilies.
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Re: What's a typical breakfast in the area you live in?

Postby horse dealies » 15 Oct 2017, 23:54

a typical southern breakfast involves grits and eggs and bacon and abzu's beverage and probably biscuits and gravy too

it is extremely heavy and unhealthy and i do not recommend it unless you have just finished a tremendous amount of physical activity
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Re: What's a typical breakfast in the area you live in?

Postby horse dealies » 15 Oct 2017, 23:55

shadowalk wrote:Tuyosilog - same concept as all of the above except this one's got dried salted fish and/or squid

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this one here looks intriguing
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Re: What's a typical breakfast in the area you live in?

Postby PeterVenkman » 16 Oct 2017, 00:06

Bacon sandwich with fat free fried egg and cheese. Cup of tea.
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Re: What's a typical breakfast in the area you live in?

Postby Verbal » 16 Oct 2017, 03:31

fat free?
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Re: What's a typical breakfast in the area you live in?

Postby PeterVenkman » 16 Oct 2017, 14:49

Verbal wrote:fat free?


No oil used just a good non stick pan, I'm following an eating plan so this works with that.
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Re: What's a typical breakfast in the area you live in?

Postby horse dealies » 16 Oct 2017, 15:28

you could cook the bacon first and then cook the egg in the bacon residue

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Re: What's a typical breakfast in the area you live in?

Postby User » 16 Oct 2017, 15:34

the most common brekky here is fish noodle soup, naan bread with boiled beans, fried egg roti paratha, fried doughnuts with sweet tea, or fried egg on oiled rice with beans and salt
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Re: What's a typical breakfast in the area you live in?

Postby horse dealies » 16 Oct 2017, 15:37

you forgot delish bikkie
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Re: What's a typical breakfast in the area you live in?

Postby -M- » 16 Oct 2017, 23:53

I usually have two soybean sausages, bread with cheese or tomato and tea. Sometimes fried eggs.
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Re: What's a typical breakfast in the area you live in?

Postby Hitoshura » 17 Oct 2017, 00:06

horse dealies wrote:you could cook the bacon first and then cook the egg in the bacon residue

:krinor:


*should

this is the correct way :idea:
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Re: What's a typical breakfast in the area you live in?

Postby horse dealies » 17 Oct 2017, 07:56

i didn't want to be rude

but it is totally the correct way to cook eggs and bacon
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Re: What's a typical breakfast in the area you live in?

Postby iamgoat » 17 Oct 2017, 18:47

We really have everything you could think of. Except poutine.
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Re: What's a typical breakfast in the area you live in?

Postby Nick » 17 Oct 2017, 19:03

You got scrapple?
vega wrote:But when I am meeting she is a round circle like egg. :oldryan: . She is eating 88% of foods and I am paying 100% bill.


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Re: What's a typical breakfast in the area you live in?

Postby iamgoat » 17 Oct 2017, 19:32

Yes. But not in my town.
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Re: What's a typical breakfast in the area you live in?

Postby Nick » 17 Oct 2017, 21:47

Unacceptable
vega wrote:But when I am meeting she is a round circle like egg. :oldryan: . She is eating 88% of foods and I am paying 100% bill.


Ninny wrote:But I've never seen a fat sexy leopard elevator naked, what do I do when I'm not aroused?
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Re: What's a typical breakfast in the area you live in?

Postby PeterVenkman » 18 Oct 2017, 23:52

horse dealies wrote:you could cook the bacon first and then cook the egg in the bacon residue

:krinor:

I grill the bacon
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Re: What's a typical breakfast in the area you live in?

Postby horse dealies » 20 Oct 2017, 17:17

i'm so sorry

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