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frosted flakes

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Three scrambled eggs with onions and finely shredded cheddar cheese that seemed to disappear; 6 grape tomatoes.

Vero Beach FL
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@njny: That sounds like the perfect important meal of the day. I really enjoyed making breakfast for my chica and she really enjoyed it. Especially the salmon cakes which the remaining left with her....LOL

Vero Beach FL
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had a spinach & mushroom omelette and some home fries.

and some lovely company.

Bridgewater NJ
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Bacon, scrambled eggs, and grilled asparagus with pears, bananas and pineapple/orange/coconut mimosas!

Windermere FL
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This is a treat for my lady: Salmon cakes and hominy grits.

Vero Beach FL
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what's for breakfast? Not sure yet (although I have been awake for 4.5 hours) but I know its not soup. Nor will soup/stew be lunch or dinner either. Unless its lobster bisque.

Louisville KY
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@BigDuke: Same with Paris! I can still see myself having a chocolate croissant on the Champs Elysees for breakfast! Those were the days my friend...LMAO

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Spain is very nice .I been there a lot ,we use to spend summer there ,as a kid I still have second cousin living there ,At one time it was very cheap to live there ,not so much any more ,the Eruo screwed that up .Oh well

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My bestie in New York, her granddaughter loves Spain and went once with her HS class and then again on her own. I've been using a pressure cooker for years. I love the texture of the veggies and, of course, the soup.

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