Posts Tagged ‘What I ate for breakfast’

Am I the only one who thinks its weird the British use toast caddys?  By the time you place the toast in the caddy, carry it to the table and sit down… Your toast is already cold.  Cold toast displeases Mavis immensely.  But I still think they are cool.  Even if they are weird.

What do you think?

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I was able to squirrel away some of the extra Christmas ham in the freezer while no one was looking last week. I knew there would come a morning where I would be craving ham and potatoes for breakfast.  Boy, it sure didn’t take long did it. Ha!

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Thanks to Jane’s Husband the Po’ Pharmer I now know how to make a smoothie.  About a year (or two?) ago I sent him an email asking how to make a smoothie as I had never made one before.  I felt like a total idiot (in a good/funny way) when he told me to toss some frozen fruit and ice in a blender and turn it on.

Wow!  Really?  That is it?  Holy Crackers!

Oh, and by the way… I totally hate to admit it, but the BlendTec is the best blender on the planet.  I think it is worth every penny.  Just don’t buy one for your daughter on her 16th birthday. 😉

Blendtec 1,560-Watt Total Blender

Smoothies for Life! Yummy, Fun, and Nutritious!

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Who wants to eat corn flakes when you can have leftover apple pie for breakfast?

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1 bowl of Kashi Heart to Heart Honey cereal and 27 million cups of English Breakfast  tea.

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This morning I ate two slices of toast with creamy peanut butter and homemade raspberry jam.

How about you?

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Its been said, breakfast is the most important meal of the day.  Really?  Could this be true? I don’t know that breakfast is the most important meal of the day… I mean what about snack time?  I think snack time is way more important than breakfast.  But what do I know?

Anyway, I thought it would be fun to document what I ate for breakfast this year.  For better or worse.

This morning I enjoyed 2 leftover Fisher Scones swimming in warm milk, with a generous scoop of home-made peach jam and about 27 cups of English breakfast tea.

How about you?  What did you eat?

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