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#21 by Piddles » Wed Feb 08, 2012 05:10

H3ATH3R_ wrote: I have never eaten any kind of sardines because the smell makes me gag. One of my dear friends loves them straight out of the little can thingy and I cannot even be in his place when he eats them or after because they make the whole place smell rancid...lol! Makes me wonder if the ones in the US are different than other places.

Heather

HI Heather, this would be things that make you go ummmmmmmmmmmm,,,,LOL
:lol:
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#22 by valerie » Wed Feb 08, 2012 09:55

I've never ate a sardine. There use to be a kid on the school bus when I was in high school, he would
bring a can on the bus, open it, then stick it under the nose of the little girls. :lol: Everyone would
scream as he dangled sardines on the bus. Then he would eat one and all the girls would scream even
louder. :lol: A lot of people like them and they may taste good but I'll never know. And yep, I usually
see people eat them with hot sauce.
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#23 by iambutterfly » Wed Feb 08, 2012 11:24

rheydickson wrote:
iambutterfly wrote: This morning I had grit with blueberry and peppermint tea with honey ... ;)

Wow.. This sure is delicious.. I did also have a tea mixed with cinnamon and honey..

Together with plain rice, corned beef with a hot soup..

I love cinnamon tea with honey too.. ;)

Oh boy , miss ko na breakfast sa Pinas.. :geek:


I made bacon, egg and cheese burrito for breakfast today and orange juice.
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#24 by valerie » Wed Feb 08, 2012 12:27

I like egg burrito's. I was reading some recipes recently of how you can make egg burritos and then put
them in the freezer. I thought that was a good idea. You could make up several at one time, freeze them,
put in microwave when you want to eat one.
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#25 by iambutterfly » Wed Feb 08, 2012 12:37

valerie wrote: I like egg burrito's. I was reading some recipes recently of how you can make egg burritos and then put
them in the freezer. I thought that was a good idea. You could make up several at one time, freeze them,
put in microwave when you want to eat one.

that's an excellent idea Valeri! I never thought of that!!! :mrgreen:
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#26 by H3ATH3R_ » Wed Feb 08, 2012 12:56

The kids really like bacon or sausage, egg and cheese burritos super easy to make with some onion and peppers added to the eggs or meat while cooking...they like to add salsa or hot sauce on them also and sometimes some diced potatoes...yummy...now Im hungry...LOL!!! When the kids actually used to eat breakfast here before school I used to spend Sunday afternoons making up pancakes with syrup in the pancake, sausage biscuits, breakfast burritos and things like that I could freeze and they could take out and heat up and eat quickly.

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