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What's For Breakfast Today?
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Lunch for breakfast - tuna melt with lots of capers and lemon juice. Handful of frozen grapes. Delicious!

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Cinnamon rice pudding and sliced banana.

I'm going to put that in my regular breakfast repertoire.

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Cinnamon almond pancakes with home made apple-molasses syrup and home made butter.

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Cinnamon almond pancakes with home made apple-molasses syrup and home made butter.

Now that is the perfect breakfast in my opinion.

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Jestgar, you just got the ultimate lick of approval. :D

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Scrambled Eggs with Mushroom Ragout and Mushroom Jus

Crispy Potato Crisps with Parsley Salt

Fresh blueberries

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A bowl of Amaranth & a Fuji apple.

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hello all :)

Hi! Welcome here. So, what was your breakfast today? :)

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Breakfast burrito made with a brown rice tortilla filled with scrambled eggs, shredded cheese, steamed bok choy, & diced turkey bacon.

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I dunno. Pancakes? Muffins?

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Two scrambled eggs and leftover steamed potatoes fried with garlic and rosemary and a bowl of greek yogurt with strawberries and blackberies.

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Grain-free. Scrambled eggs and a sliced apple.

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Papaya and apple. If I'm feeling better tomorrow, I'll have a gluten-free toasted bagel with cream cheese, smoked Alaskan salmon, capers and minced hard cooked egg white. :D

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Potato Gnocchi with Rose Sauce

Frozen Grapes

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I made waffles with the Namaste pancake and waffle mix and we had tomato, garlic and rosemary sausage on the side.

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I never ever make breakfast, maybe a dozen times a year when the boyz are home. This pass Sunday our youngest was home from school, he goes.

White Corn tortilla as the base covered w/ 2 sunny side eggs, surrounded the plate with black beans, pico de gallo, sheared lettuce, sliced tomato, fresh avocado, chipole aioli and roasted seasoned red potato. Fresh fruit on the side. Yum, boyz aren't home offend but I try and make it special.

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Raspberry, peach and lime smoothie. Scrumptious!

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Delicious homemade cornbread with butter. Black plum.

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Wild blueberry and peach smoothie with lime and flax seed.

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A protein shake with strawberries

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I eat congee most mornings. This is a Chinese dish that is sort of like a "cream of rice".

http://chinesefood.about.com/od/breakfast/r/congee.htm

You can add whatever you like to it, such as frozen peas/carrots or leftover meat. I generally eat it with shrimp or leftover chicken, mushrooms, green onions, bean sprouts, some peanuts for crunch, then season with sesame oil and gluten-free soy sauce.

It is very, very easy to make!

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Peach and lime smoothie.

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Leftover meatloaf and New Jersey strawberries. Or maybe potato salad.

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Since it is a holiday weekend with everyone home and we don't get to eat out, I'm making my baked corndogs again. I chopped up the hot dogs, added corn and green chile. This gives me another chance to experiment with my hm flour.

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