Pancakes for breakfast....or whatever


Kreskin
#151
Steel cut oats in the morning for me.
 
petros
#152
Real men have duck eggs and koubassa. Nalysnyky is the original brekkie wrap. Eggs, bacon and sour cream rolled up is wicked too.

Quote: Originally Posted by KreskinView Post

Steel cut oats in the morning for me.

I like Sonny Boy in winter. I don't eat brekkie in the summer.
 
gopher
#153
Quote: Originally Posted by JLMView Post

Do you eat other grains? Which ones?


rice, corn, potato, and coco flour = all make for some tasty pancakes


had myself three pancakes this morning and my tummy felt real good thereafter

Quote: Originally Posted by petrosView Post

I'm glad you think so. Nalysnyky is like having pie for brekkie. You don't need pie for brekkie.




Fie - humbug!



Many moons ago I made a post on this forum about American philosopher Ralph Waldo Emerson, to wit:


He courted the lovely Lidian Jackson who, despite her very wholesome character, decided to play coquette. Because of that Emerson mistakenly thought she rejected his proposal. And so he sent her a letter bidding her good bye and best wishes. When she got the letter she immediately sent him a note explaining that she made herself misunderstood and apologized for giving the wrong impression - that, on the contrary, she was very flattered by his attention and would happily accept his proposal.

Lidian was a giver - a dutiful wife who lived for her husband's happiness. As many Yankee wives did during that era, she referred to her husband as Mr Emerson and made sure that he always had strong coffee and pie for brekkie.




https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lidian...sti_Martin.jpg
 
gopher
#154
I decided to a full breakfast or more correctly, brunch:


2 eggs over/easy (brown eggs, not white)

slice of onion

2 slices bacon

1 small country sausage

scoop of creamed herring

taters

whole grain rice bread

tomato




all pan fried together = very filling & tasty




Too bad we don't have blood sausage in St Paul. There is a specialty shop in Minneapolis that sells it but it's too far and not worth the cost or effort to get there.
 
Ludlow
#155
Quote: Originally Posted by gopherView Post

I decided to a full breakfast or more correctly, brunch:


2 eggs over/easy (brown eggs, not white)

slice of onion

2 slices bacon

1 small country sausage

scoop of creamed herring

taters

whole grain rice bread

tomato




all pan fried together = very filling & tasty




Too bad we don't have blood sausage in St Paul. There is a specialty shop in Minneapolis that sells it but it's too far and not worth the cost or effort to get there.

best go have an ekg after that
 
talloola
#156
Quote: Originally Posted by KreskinView Post

Steel cut oats in the morning for me.

I bought those, found them too gritty, so I began bringing them to a boil
night before, let them soak overnight, just right in the morning, but probably
defeated the purpose of what they are meant to be.
 
Jinentonix
+1
#157
Quote: Originally Posted by gopherView Post

rice, corn, potato, and coco flour = all make for some tasty pancakes


Buckwheat pancakes. I love buckwheat pancakes but it's getting hard to find it these days. We also like making crepes and using them to make breakfast wraps. Bacon or sausage with scrambled eggs and a light drizzle of maple syrup wrapped up in a crepe. Well, they're not really crepes. They're somewhere between a crepe and a pancake. Thin enough to roll up but thick enough to fill with actual food and still maintain its integrity.
Last edited by Jinentonix; Oct 10th, 2015 at 12:43 AM..
 
spaminator
#158
Florida man charged over pancake breakfast in street | Weird | News | Toronto Su
 
Ludlow
#159
I like blueberry pancakes with strawberries on top. Anything with blueberries is good.
 

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