A Simple Saturday Morning Breakfast

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  1. Lon Tanner

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    Corn Flakes with Banana/Coffee/Mixed Fruit/Crispy Bacon I can't remember the last time that I had Corn Flakes


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    Jumbo scrambled eggs and English muffin with strawberry jam
     
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    I made Fiberlicious Pumpkin Bread yesterday, and I had a slice of that with coffee for breakfast this morning. (It has almond meal, psyllium fiber, flax seeds, and chia seeds for lots of fiber)
     
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    Two Scrambled Eggs, a Hash Brown Potato Patty, and a Grilled Beef Patty, with Orange Juice.

    One cup of Coffee afterwards, and a cup again on Sunday, but that's all the Coffee for the week!
     
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    I made a bacon & egg sandwich this morning.

    I usually have fruit & cereal...the high fiber stuff. I've never been a corn flakes fan. Never been on the menu when I was a kid or an adult.
     
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    Sunday morning I'll have Eggs Benedict
     
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    That sounds good. I bet the folks who work in your kitchen like their jobs. They are able to make some really nice dishes while being able to plan better than they would be able to in a classic restaurant environment.

    I don't know that I've ever made a Hollandaise Sauce. Years ago one of my local grocery stores used to carry a log of Canadian Bacon...it was like a big sausage, non-sliced. That made for some really good poached eggs. Can't find anything but the sliced stuff anymore.
     
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