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    Boiled shrimp on multigrain toast with red and yellow bell peppers, lecttuce, mayo and oyster sauce.
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    Cinnamon toast crunch...breakfast of champions
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    A bacon and sausage sand on multigrain w mayo. I considered lettuce but thought it wouldn't go right on such a beautiful artery-colgger.
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    Quiche and green beans almondine. I feel better when I have dinnere for breakfast. How old is this thread? I feel like I might have said that before.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Random
    Quiche and green beans almondine. I feel better when I have dinnere for breakfast. How old is this thread? I feel like I might have said that before.
    Having had its start the beginning of last December, the thread's three months old. You didn't make the dinner for breakfast comment in this thread according to a search of your post over the past three months.
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    Organic yogurt + whole-grain granola. I love full on breakfast with eggs over easy and hash browns etc., but yogurt + granola is also a big fave. Has been since Mom the Hippie made her own granola, in the early 70's.

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    Publix brand tropical fruit yogurt and Honey Smacks.

    Honey Smacks are like sugar coated packing peanuts...same food value too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Juke_spin
    Having had its start the beginning of last December, the thread's three months old. You didn't make the dinner for breakfast comment in this thread according to a search of your post over the past three months.
    OK juke, you must be more bored then I am!

    Quote Originally Posted by ala
    Publix brand tropical fruit yogurt and Honey Smacks.

    Honey Smacks are like sugar coated packing peanuts...same food value too.
    Remember when they were called "Sugar Smacks" ..... Honey Smacks souns soooooo much healthier! Corn Pops were Sugar Pops too.

    re b'fast, cream of wheat with lots of brown sugar. (I have a sweet tooth.)
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    Quote Originally Posted by sjean423
    Remember when they were called "Sugar Smacks" ..... Honey Smacks souns soooooo much healthier! Corn Pops were Sugar Pops too.
    Funny you should say this because I originally typed "Sugar Smacks" then thought about it and checked the box before I submitted it.

    I wonder what bees would actually make of that 'honey' on those smacks.


    eta: ...I just checked the box and honey is listed as an ingredient. LOL

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    A pot of puerh tea.
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