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  1. Drew

    Drew <font color="#C35617"><b>Fear the Polo!</b></font>

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    Woke up, brewed coffee, fried up four thick-cut bacon strips and then fried two eggs over easy in the resulting grease.

    I probably just took five years off my life, but as I sit up here savoring the last cup of coffee, I'm feeling pretty damned content. :agreed:
     
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    Just about to eat some banana-bread oatmeal and pass out here. :lol:
     
  3. LordOVchaoS

    LordOVchaoS NUDE MAN!

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    I eat an extremely unhealthy amount of eggs, they're my favorite food. Usually I eat 5-6 at a time and though bacon grease is my preferred way to cook them I've been trying to stick to poached or boiled lately so that I don't have a heart attack before I'm 30.
     
  4. Naren

    Naren OldschoolGhettostyle

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    You're making me jealous again... Well, I filled myself up with sushi for dinner today for about $6, so I'm not complaining, but I'd love to be able to find some American bacon around here. All the bacon here is like some weird hybrid between ham and bacon. Definitely not bacon, but not quite ham either...
     
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    Canadian Bacon!!!! They're invading Japan!!

    :rofl:
     
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    2powern Maiden England

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    Call me odd if you will, but I'd much rather have sushi than eggs and bacon.

    Then again, I eat haggis, black pudding and things like that.
     
  7. D-EJ915

    D-EJ915 <b><font color="deeppink"><3's Tsukasa</font></b>

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    canadian bacon?

    Bacon rules \m/
     
  8. LordOVchaoS

    LordOVchaoS NUDE MAN!

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    [action=LordOVchaoS]goes to kitchen to cook bacon and eggs.[/action]
     
  9. Buzz762

    Buzz762 Destroyer of Worlds

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    Ahh I did something probably equally as unhealthy.

    I made some country style biscuits and fried up some sausage patties. Then I used the resulting grease to make some sausage gravy. Topped it all off with a glass of orange juice (probably the only healthy part about the meal) and some toast.
     
  10. Naren

    Naren OldschoolGhettostyle

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    I don't really compare them. Sushi is my favorite food in the wooooorld, where bacon and eggs are not that high on the list. Sushi is a lunch or dinner food, while bacon and eggs is a breakfast food. Not really to be compared. I like them both a lot, but in different ways.
     
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    2powern Maiden England

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    I'd eat sushi for breakfast if I could, just not really possible here. But you're correct, not really a breakfast food.
    Just something odd about the idea of rice for breakfast.
     
  12. Leon

    Leon {##[====:::.

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    bacon seems to go with just about anything. an ex-gf friend of mine loves bacon with oatmeal.
     
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    2powern Maiden England

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    Bacon and marmalade is a personal favourite.

    I've just found out I had ostrich for breakfast.
     
  14. Shawn

    Shawn Ibanez Guitars

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    To me, eating healthy doesn't taste as good as eating stuff that'll give you a heart attack, I like to eat alot of fatty foods especially when it comes to eggs and bacon. :lol:

    Lately though, I have been watching what I eat, ever since I quit smoking 9 months ago, it is easy to just eat anything, especially snacks and stuff but only in the beginning stages of quitting smoking is where I ate alot of that junk, now it's mostly healthy stuff, alot of vegetables and fruit too.

    Sounds like a good breakfast, Drew. You should cook us all a meal in Vegas 7-7-07 :yesway:
     
  15. Naren

    Naren OldschoolGhettostyle

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    Well, maybe from a British/North American perspective, rice for breakfast might be strange, but traditionally rice is eaten at every breakfast in Japan (although some people nowadays eat something different. The bassist for my band eats nattou and rice every morning). In fact, some Japanese get an almost "sad" feeling if they don't have rice with their breakfast (they don't eat sushi for breakfast, but they do eat rice).

    An example of the traditional Japanese breakfast would be a grilled fish, a bowl of white rice, a bowl of miso soup, and some grilled/broiled soy beans. So quite different from sushi. When I stayed in this tiny traditional town in Gifu, I had that for breakfast every day...
     
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    Nice Drew, very nice. I like a good fry up now and again. Bacon, sausage, egg, hash brown and black pudding. Mmmm... Trouble is I reall fancy a bacon & sausage baguette now!
     
  17. Popsyche

    Popsyche <b><font color="#66FF22">Beer Sewer</font></b>

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    Waddaya mean? My dad had that every day for breakfast and lived to .. a..49?:(

    Sunday breakfast was Eggs Benedict, extra Hollandaise.

    Anyway, Once a week won't kill you at all. the only thing missing was a large injection of artery clogging cheese some how.
     
  18. Drew

    Drew <font color="#C35617"><b>Fear the Polo!</b></font>

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    I made a mozzarella, tomato, and black olive pizza last night, and ate half the lump of mozzarella on Triscuts while I waited... :idea:
     
  19. Rick

    Rick ALL HAIL DJOD

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    Now that sounds tasty. Time for lunch!!
     
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    JPMDan Scarface

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    :agreed: +1
     

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