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Thread started 07/28/16 5:53pm

HuMpThAnG

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Breakfast For Dinner

How often?? hmmm

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Reply #1 posted 07/28/16 7:57pm

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Every night if I could!



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Reply #2 posted 07/29/16 4:34am

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I love breakfast food. I could have it every night if I wanted to.

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Reply #3 posted 07/29/16 6:37am

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at least twice a month

i do dinner for breakfast more...

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Reply #4 posted 07/29/16 6:49am

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Leftovers for breakfast every day. I never eat breakfast food. Everyone thinks it's gross to eat anything that's not bacon and eggs, omelettes, toast, pancakes, waffles or bagels in the morning and I never got that, it's so dumb to me.

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Reply #5 posted 07/29/16 8:22am

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In my teens & twenties I did it all the time. Whether cooking something easy at home, but mostly hanging out with friends later in the evening/night. And there were always restaraunts that cooked breakfast all day all night for those reasons.

I don't live like that anymore, so I usually eat 'breakfast' food in the morning, lunch food for lunch dinner food for dinner. Although it is best to eat your desert in the morning. Which I do once in a while... nice slice of birthday cake with that evil frosting... I'll only do that when at work though.

When I'm out of town, reliving my 20s in another city, even though I live in a big city, I tend to fall back on the breakfast late at night. It's good hangover food too. Even though I avoid those as much as possible.

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Reply #6 posted 07/29/16 11:07am

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hmph!

My brain is hardwired to only find pancakes & syrup tasty before noon.

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Reply #7 posted 07/29/16 1:15pm

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PurpleJedi said:

hmph!

My brain is hardwired to only find pancakes & syrup tasty before noon.

But what about a piping hot omlette or other egg thingy? foodnow

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Reply #8 posted 07/29/16 2:48pm

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I'm pretty flexible, so for me it doesn't matter, just depends on the mood of the house. I'd probably have to also note though, that German breakfast is often heavy on crusty bread loaves, herbed cheese spreads, deli meats, and traditionally they do have an evening meal called "Abendbrot" ( aka Evening Bread- just for when you're not in the cooking mood) that is basically the reversed version of this breakfast cool

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Reply #9 posted 07/29/16 3:55pm

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I have a bit of chocolate most mornings so it's like desert for breakfast smile !
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Reply #10 posted 07/29/16 4:14pm

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If the cooking were left to me, it'd probably be about 3 or 4 times per week.

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Reply #11 posted 08/02/16 11:06am

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Ottensen said:

PurpleJedi said:

hmph!

My brain is hardwired to only find pancakes & syrup tasty before noon.

But what about a piping hot omlette or other egg thingy? foodnow


hmph! hmph!

Eggs are only suitable at dinnertime if they're atop a nice, savory, Latin dish.



drool foodnow

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Reply #12 posted 08/02/16 11:31am

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I'm having eggs and something tonight, actually. I often have breakfasty stuff for dinner.
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Reply #13 posted 08/02/16 11:57am

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Reply #14 posted 08/02/16 12:30pm

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breakfast is good any time of day. dinner is good for breakfast too nod

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Reply #15 posted 08/02/16 2:39pm

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Never really was into it for dinner. Unless it's 2AM after a night out and I'm hitting up my favorite Chicken and Waffles spot. But then again, that's not really considered dinner anymore lol

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Reply #16 posted 08/02/16 2:47pm

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leslievette said:

Never really was into it for dinner. Unless it's 2AM after a night out and I'm hitting up my favorite Chicken and Waffles spot. But then again, that's not really considered dinner anymore lol

Can't eat food that late any more... razz lol

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Reply #17 posted 08/07/16 10:13am

Ottensen

PurpleJedi said:



Ottensen said:




PurpleJedi said:


hmph!

My brain is hardwired to only find pancakes & syrup tasty before noon.





But what about a piping hot omlette or other egg thingy? foodnow




hmph! hmph!

Eggs are only suitable at dinnertime if they're atop a nice, savory, Latin dish.



drool foodnow





shocked omfg omfg omfg omfg :omfg:


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Damn I miss the food from when I lived in Miami Beach. In the old days you could do these plates at diners for practically nonthin' (50,000 years ago before it became touristy), sigh
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Reply #18 posted 08/08/16 10:59am

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Ottensen said:

I'm pretty flexible, so for me it doesn't matter, just depends on the mood of the house. I'd probably have to also note though, that German breakfast is often heavy on crusty bread loaves, herbed cheese spreads, deli meats, and traditionally they do have an evening meal called "Abendbrot" ( aka Evening Bread- just for when you're not in the cooking mood) that is basically the reversed version of this breakfast cool

Jause!:

German breakfast spread

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Frischkäse-Sandwich mit Radieschen und Kresse

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I love this kind of snacky dinner - but had no idea it was an actual thing with a name. I'm about three-quarters German - maybe it's genetic. lol

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Reply #19 posted 08/09/16 2:20am

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I like the occasional Western omlette or Spicy Chicken biscuit but I'm not a breakfast person....If you invite me over for dinner and all I see on the table is toast, Hot-cakes and eggs you ain't getting any Dick...

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Reply #20 posted 08/09/16 7:03am

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I'll eat a bag of fruit for dinner. Once a week.
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Reply #21 posted 08/09/16 9:10pm

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I have a Steak & Egg wrap every weekday for lunch, does that count?

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Reply #22 posted 08/11/16 3:45am

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iZsaZsa said:

I'll eat a bag of fruit for dinner. Once a week.


I love a bowl of fruit for dinner - especially cut up stone fruit mixed with berries yogurt and honey drool !
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Reply #23 posted 08/11/16 11:25am

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I'll eat a bag of fruit for dinner. Once a week.

lol I don't know, but that just sounded so funny to me when I said that in my head. I get you though gotta make sure you get the good stuff in.

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Reply #24 posted 08/12/16 12:39pm

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morningsong said:



iZsaZsa said:


I'll eat a bag of fruit for dinner. Once a week.

lol I don't know, but that just sounded so funny to me when I said that in my head. I get you though gotta make sure you get the good stuff in.


That's just me being lazy. lol
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Reply #25 posted 08/16/16 3:12pm

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Ottensen said:

PurpleJedi said:


hmph! hmph!

Eggs are only suitable at dinnertime if they're atop a nice, savory, Latin dish.



drool foodnow

shocked omfg omfg omfg omfg omfg . . . Damn I miss the food from when I lived in Miami Beach. In the old days you could do these plates at diners for practically nonthin' (50,000 years ago before it became touristy), sigh


Find yourself a good Colombian ^^^ or a good Dominican restaurant in a seedy part of town (you know, nice enough for you to want to eat there but cheap enough for the locals to frequent).
You can get enormous plates of delicious food at decent prices.

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Reply #26 posted 08/16/16 3:25pm

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Shakshouka. One of my favorite eggy dishes.
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Reply #27 posted 08/24/16 7:26pm

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Breakfast food for dinner? Yes, I can be done occasionally for me.

Eggs, fish [kipper snacks, herring], 4 slices of toast, and grape juice is a good example.

Or maybe eggs, fried potatoes, a steak cooking median well, and sweet iced tea.

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Reply #28 posted 08/29/16 6:33am

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Over here I'll quite often eat things like soup, fried rice, or grilled pork for breakfast. As for a more traditionally western cooked breakfast with eggs, sausage, bacon, tomato etc. I tend to have that more often for lunch. I suppose rice porridge is a breakfasty Thai food we might have for dinner (or supper, I guess), but only really at the end of a night out.

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Reply #29 posted 08/29/16 9:00am

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Pancakes are always good.

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