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What is your favourite start to the culinary day? By that I mean the sort of breakfast that has you drooling in anticipation.

I don't mean the breakfast you know you have to eat, you've no other option, or the sort you know you should eat, whatever that might be, nor the one the dietitians tell you you should eat for health reasons. No, I mean the one for which you would almost die.

I treat myself to substantial breakfasts in w/ends, because I eat only twice a day. A personal choice, nothing else. What I look forward to is poached eggs on wholegrain toast, with leftover gravy from the Sat night roast as topping. I can leap tall buildings at a single bound after a breakfast like that.
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I seriously just stumble into my kitchen at a random hour, grab food randomly, come back to my room, eat it, and then pass out.

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French Toast ... I freaking love french toast!

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I actually had to give this one some thought! My mouth watering breakfast starts out with eggs of course - not scrambled, good heavens, the only egg that should be scrambled is powdered eggs. I prefer my 3 eggs fried over medium, I like the white cooked but the yellow runny . There has to be some kind of potato, hash browns, home fries, etc.. Then there's meat, steak, pork chop, bacon & sausage, but there has to be some kind of meat. I also like bread, either toast with butter & jelly or biscuits with gravy, country gravy is a plus. Pancakes aren't necessary for me as they've never been a favorite of mine - generally too dry even with syrup. To drink, milk & coffee (leaded), none of that decaf stuff for me. OJ is nice occasionally but never required.

So, when's breakfast ?

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big, thick buttermilk pancakes with butter and maple syrup. mmmmmmmmmmmmmm

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Lmao I'm such a pervert I can't answer this question. :x

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Steak, medium-rare, 3 eggs (over-easy), hasbrowns - nice and crispy, toast (whole wheat, burnt), waffles, and a cup of black coffee/pint of Guinness.
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Fried eggs and bacon, french toast and tomato sauce and NOT icing sugar and cream as served in the States.
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pork roll w/ cheese and a fried egg on an english muffin
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Cafe con leche and any cookie or biscuit i come across. Some croissant would be much appreciated.

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a 'traditional' English breakfast. Scrambled eggs, rasher of bacon, sausages, baked beans, hash browns, and half a tomato. Needless to say I haven't had one in a very long time.

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a 'traditional' English breakfast. Scrambled eggs, rasher of bacon, sausages, baked beans, hash browns, and half a tomato. Needless to say I haven't had one in a very long time.
You have turned on my 'HUNGRY MUST EAT NOW' switch.

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You have turned on my 'HUNGRY MUST EAT NOW' switch.
if only I could easily find Heinz baked beans.. I might have to look.. and proper English bacon.. then I might introduce my wife (and kids) to this wondrous breakfast

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I seriously just stumble into my kitchen at a random hour, grab food randomly, come back to my room, eat it, and then pass out.
Then you shower because you smelled like ramen noodles?

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