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  • Breakfast food of choice
  • Premier Icon finephilly
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    Ideally, bannana, yoghurt, dates, milk, vanilla and honey smoothie

    Premier Icon binners
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    🤮

    Premier Icon bikerevivesheffield
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    Some very pretentious breakfasting going on here

    Premier Icon Bunnyhop
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    bikerevivesheffield – are you new here? :O)

    Premier Icon BigJohn
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    I rarely have breakfast but last week somebody gave me 6 duck eggs, the size of chicken eggs.
    I fried 2, together in a small pan, in butter and folded them into a couple of buttered slices of the Co-op’s crusty round cob with a dollop of tomato ketchup.
    I’ve had this every day since. If the bread isn’t fresh, I just semi-toast it. No duck eggs? Well chicken eggs taste the same.
    Brilliant – with either a double espresso or a big glass of well-worcestered tomato juice.

    Premier Icon Kuco
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    Workday is usually greek yogurt with chopped figs and honey.

    The weekend is usually eggs on toast.

    Todays brekkie (at 3pm – working nights)

    Dirty dog breakfast cob with Heck sausages (chicken), was delicious!!

    [url=https://www.flickr.com/gp/85252658@N05/D12c49]IMG_20220608_142814~2[/url] by davetheblade, on Flickr

    [url=https://www.flickr.com/gp/85252658@N05/gbfxd3]IMG_20220608_143450~2[/url] by davetheblade, on Flickr

    [url=https://www.flickr.com/gp/85252658@N05/0R6qp1]IMG_20220608_143847~2[/url] by davetheblade, on Flickr

    [url=https://www.flickr.com/gp/85252658@N05/Z8kXct]IMG_20220608_144228~2[/url] by davetheblade, on Flickr

    And, no – my hands aren’t filthy in the last pic….

    Premier Icon footflaps
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    12 sausages for breakfast? Impressive….

    Premier Icon big_scot_nanny
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    those heck sausages are actually pretty good, my middle daughter prefers them. Anyway, awesome looking breakfast, it’s nearly tea time here, my mouth is watering!

    Premier Icon DrJ
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    I love breakfast!! Bacon sarnie (obvs), full English, if work is paying and you’re in a hotel, homemade granola, pastries when I was in Denmark, current fave is almond croissant from Northern Rye in the Toon, oldest fave was Shreddies, cos we were only allowed them on speciul occasions.

    And lots of coffee.

    Is it morning yet?

    12 sausages for breakfast? Impressive….

    Hahaha, nooo – there were only 6 – sliced in half when they are in the pan. Only had 5 – 3 in the cobs and 2 scoffed afters

    those heck sausages are actually pretty good, my middle daughter prefers them

    They are really nice – low fat, high protein. Turkey rashers are nice instead of bacon also

    Premier Icon binners
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    A fortuitous thread resurrection. I had my breakfast horizons widened yesterday. We’re in Pembrokeshire and having gone out early on the road bike I met up with Mrs Binners for breakfast.

    On top of a breakfast barm (they may have other names for it here) they’d added a warm cheese and herb Welshcake. It was the absolute shizzle!

    Let’s see if I can do the image post thing from my phone

    Welshcake addition

    https://flic.kr/p/2nqJdno

    On top of a breakfast barm (they may have other names for it here) they’d added a warm cheese and herb Welshcake. It was the absolute shizzle!

    Looks decent that!!!

    Premier Icon sargey
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    Up at ten to five,fry bacon and load into a sandwich then consume at Ten with tea followed by a banana.
    Cold bacon sarnies ftw.

    Premier Icon welshfarmer
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    6 days a week, breakfast will be 2 duck eggs (scrambled in microwave) and half a tin of baked beans. Sometimes I will have a slice of bread with it if there is some proper stuff in the house (we eat very little bread) and occasionally I get a fried slice of celeriac under the egg in lieu of bread. If you haven’t ever tried it, I can seriously recommend it. Other than that I may get a bowl of porridge, especially if some milk needs using up quick.

    Premier Icon greyspoke
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    Cake.

    Premier Icon binners
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    Looks decent that!!!

    it was bloody lovely. Dipping warm cheesy freshly cooked Welshcake into your runny egg is now most definitely a thing

    It must get the STW seal of approval too as when I was scoffing it a baby Robin sat perched on my bars, looking on enviously

    Baby Robin

    If you’re anywhere near Solva then this is a top notch place for breakfast

    Mamgu Welshcakes

    Premier Icon benp1
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    Breakfast club at Goodwood on the weekend

    The coffee from the brekkie stall is rubbish but the food is good, if expensive. Bacon and egg sandwich is lovely but it’s £6.50. At least the breakfast club meet is free 🙂

    Premier Icon chickenman
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    IMO an important function of breakfast is to precipitate the morning constitutional. Many of my fellow trades folk drive in really early sans breakfast into the big smoke. breakfast is a zero roughage McDs. Constitutional is a then very laboured and smelly mid afternoon effort usually in some poor punters home (or on full refurb jobs sometimes in unplumbed in sanitry ware!).
    The Chickenman dislikes porridge but has found a bowl of it with a banana and soft fruit to have an almost instantaneous effect…twice round the bowl and pointy at both ends leaving a glowing evacuated feeling that, in a weird kind of way is almost sexual! 🙂
    I hope I haven’t lowered the tone…

    Premier Icon footflaps
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    Technically my second breakfast, 40 miles into a 70 mile ride this morning…

    [url=https://flic.kr/p/2nqKiNX]Lunch (starter)[/url] by Ben Freeman, on Flickr

    [url=https://flic.kr/p/2nqDXQE]Lunch (main)[/url] by Ben Freeman, on Flickr

    1st Breakfast was Allbran + fresh fruit with water (don’t do milk) and two slices of wholemeal toast with peanut butter….

    Premier Icon p7eaven
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    Favourite:

    – One thick slice of good rye sourdough bread. Toasted and buttered

    Topped with

    – 2 eggs. Soft-scrambled

    – Pinch of salt and white pepper

    – A small gloop of plain habanero hot sauce

    – Bucket-sized mug of hot Earl Grey red bush tea, barista oat milk, spoon of honey.

    Regular daily:

    – Porridge, cooked with fresh crushed nuts, chopped apple or berries, honey, pinch salt.

    Premier Icon revs1972
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    Wetherspoons veggie breakfast washed down with a pint of Thatchers Apple juice 😉

    Premier Icon CountZero
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    Crunchy Nut. Sometimes toast if I’ve run out of Crunchy Nut, and I’m not working. Bugger doing anything fancy at twenty past five in the morning, when I’m leaving for work at six.

    Premier Icon sharkbait
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    Favourite breakfast: Kegeree and toast
    (Flaked smoked haddock, chopped boiled egg, cold basmati rice all mixed up with some turmeric and curry powder.
    Fried in butter.

    Lush but a possibly a bit weird to some people!!

    Premier Icon p7eaven
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    @sharkbait
    That reminds me of the king of impromptu breakfast foods:

    The cold morning-after Chinese takeaway spooned from foil trays and made into a sandwich.

    ie chow-mein/noodles, golden curry sauce, any bits and bobs – all smoshed between thickly-buttered thick-sliced white bread.😋

    It’s good with just a spoon and minus the sarnie. Has to be cold though

    Premier Icon benp1
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    I quite like leftover pizza, cooked in a toastabag in the toaster. Crispy both sides, it’s a cracking greasy start to the day

    Premier Icon sirromj
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    A mixture of 3 different cereals. Favourite is banana weetabix bites, cherios, and, apricot shredded wheat bites. Currently making do with 2 plain own-brand weetabix, own-brand shreddies 🙁
    At the weekend, swiftly followed by a frothy coffee from the machine from freshly ground beans (but these days just cheap kilo bag of beans from the supermarket). Our posh breakfasts, salmon on scrambled egg, etc, usually end up being around lunch time, if we have them.
    Love a bit of kedgeree, never had it for breakfast though.

    Premier Icon Davesport
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    Quad Espresso & banana :o)

    Premier Icon shermer75
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    Pint of sour cream and bullets

    Premier Icon craig24
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    Nothing until 12 for me, otherwise I feel breakfast makes me hungrier.

    If I’m feeling fat though or a day out on the bike, it’s McDonalds or Greggs.

    Premier Icon Bunnyhop
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    We have a waffle plate with the new toastie maker. Has anyone get a good waffle recipe please? Now that strawberries are in season, I’m looking forward to a breakfast of waffle and fresh fruit.

    Binners – that robin is vicious and is eyeing up that Welsh cake, one false move from you and that robin will attack, going in for the kill. Mantle the food with your whole body.

    Premier Icon footflaps
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    Lush but a possibly a bit weird to some people!!

    I vaguely recall that Kedgeree was originally a breakfast dish, or maybe I just made that up…

    Premier Icon Kuco
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    Well, thanks to having to do a low fodmap diet for the next 6 weeks it’s now lactose-free yogurt blueberries/raspberries, or a hard-boiled egg and at the weekends spelt sourdough and egg.

    Hardly a traditional breakfast, but nevertheless, this was todays 4pm breakfast

    [url=https://www.flickr.com/gp/85252658@N05/hqf74i]IMG_20220615_154335~2[/url] by davetheblade, on Flickr

    [url=https://www.flickr.com/gp/85252658@N05/0szt5p]IMG_20220615_155009~2[/url] by davetheblade, on Flickr

    [url=https://www.flickr.com/gp/85252658@N05/fo1YX1]IMG_20220615_155335~2[/url] by davetheblade, on Flickr

    [url=https://www.flickr.com/gp/85252658@N05/7zL20v]IMG_20220615_155528~2[/url] by davetheblade, on Flickr

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