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Posted on 29 Sep 2012 19:15:35 BDT
Yeah, I've eaten warmed up Thai green curry for breakfast before toddling off to aerobics...not wise...geh!!

Posted on 29 Sep 2012 16:51:20 BDT
pixie says:
I had a vindaloo for breakfast once...after a hangover...heated it up, hangover gone but so hot it made my teeth itch!

In reply to an earlier post on 29 Sep 2012 14:54:57 BDT
HA HA HA!!!......I can well imagine Orinoco!......although believe me? I am desperately trying NOT too!!!

Posted on 29 Sep 2012 14:23:52 BDT
i've done leftover chinese lots of times..yum yum!!

Posted on 29 Sep 2012 14:11:00 BDT
Charlie, just don't have curry for brekkie and then go do a workout...or have espresso after a Thai curry...unless you really *enjoy* severe indigestion. Ask me how I know this...LOL

Posted on 29 Sep 2012 13:51:49 BDT
Charlie says:
Have done the pizza, left over curry in my time! Don't have a microwave anymore tho. It passed away and couldn't justify the work top space. Pilchards are a good idea, love em in tomatey sauce. I knew this was the place to ask! You all rock!!! Xxxx

Posted on 29 Sep 2012 13:05:39 BDT
Hmmm, when I get a craving sometimes?
Then I do like Glenryck tinned Pilchards in tomato sauce spread on lightly buttered toast.

Posted on 29 Sep 2012 12:51:04 BDT
When I get tired of other things, I mix up a batch of GF rice-flour pancakes: 1 c rice flour, 1 cup milk, 1 egg, a pinch of soda and for brekkie I like to add a dash of cinnamon and a touch of vanilla extract (I make my own with vodka and vanilla beans). They come out thin like crepes and are lovely with jam. You can get 4 biggish cakes out of that much mixture.

Have been known to breakfast on refried spag bol or cold pizza rewarmed in the microzap. DH will munch on any leftover fish that's going but I can't quite face that in the morning!

In reply to an earlier post on 29 Sep 2012 12:43:37 BDT
ooh suzy,cake sounded lush!!...hope you have a lovely time.:0)

In reply to an earlier post on 29 Sep 2012 11:08:08 BDT
Last edited by the author on 29 Sep 2012 11:10:10 BDT
Well, today for breakfast, I had a huge slice of a 4 layered Victoria Sponge cake generously filled with tangy raspberry jam and rich vanilla buttercream!!! It was part of the welcome package in the gorgeous holiday cottage that we are staying in! And I DID try to turn my back on it? - just have a cup of tea and my usual porridge - but it just kept calling out to me! - until I surrendered to temptation!!! Well that's my story anyway!......and I'm sticking to it!!! - HA HA HA!!! ;o>

Posted on 29 Sep 2012 10:01:22 BDT
Last edited by the author on 29 Sep 2012 10:08:15 BDT
pixie says: is really good, lots of lovely pics too, Jamies new one is calorie counted and that looks a winner too!
Having a cook up today, making crunchy cornsticks with chilli and cheddar from...
Nantucket Open-house Cook Book I bought this book as Ina was raving about it, got it cheap from America and the cornbread is by far the best I've ever tried. I have a cornstick skillet that an american friend bought me but I make the recipe in a baking tray's spicy cheesey and crunchy!

Edit...I've just seen the price on Amazon....what!!! I paid a few pounds! Mind you I have Anna Pump's...Loaves and Fishes Cookbook
and that was a ridiculous price so I phoned The Loaves and Fishes shop and they sent me a copy...sensible price! Just proves you have to shop around!

Posted on 29 Sep 2012 09:00:41 BDT
Charlie says:
Ooo, just seen Gordon ramsays episode on brunches! The spicy pancakes look amazing, definitely one try!!! Can't wait!! Has anyone got his new book yet ??

In reply to an earlier post on 25 Sep 2012 21:16:23 BDT
pixie says:
Ah! Thought i'd missed something...x

Posted on 25 Sep 2012 21:15:41 BDT
Charlie says:
I think Mr.W's post had come up several times all the same.

Posted on 25 Sep 2012 21:08:23 BDT
pixie says:
What's with the delete's?

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Old Scrunge says:
Hi, a quick-cook tip here for anyone microwaving jacket spuds... wrap the spuds in clingfilm before cooking. It reduces the cooking time immensely and stops all the moisture flooding your microwave! ;-)

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Posted on 25 Sep 2012 19:40:15 BDT
I'll admit it, Charlie, I love me some miso...have been known to spread it on my brekker toast when I'm feeling a bit dowly! I was a bit dubious of the miso/tahine porridge until I tried it, though. Someone on Vegweb recommended it and I tried it and was sold.

Posted on 25 Sep 2012 19:27:21 BDT
Charlie says:
I always fancy a fry up, even spent time running a bikers cafe making 3/400 a day but I usually feel rough after it. It always sounds good tho (a bit like fish and chips) fresh fruit with granola and yoghurt and honey is ace, leaves you feeling energised rather than groggy but on a grotty winter day I always think bacon and egg! How dumb is that? Sone great ideas ori, especially the potato! Maybe potato cakes would be nice too mmm with smoked salmon and poached egg? I do love eggs!! Not convinced about the miso porridge tho? I guess ought to try it before judging tho huh??

Posted on 25 Sep 2012 18:13:32 BDT
I'm not supposed to eat a lot of wheat products. In winter particularly, nothing beats microwaving a small potato and topping it with hummus!! Or indeed, making some porridge and stirring in PB and honey, or craisins and panela. I've even eaten porridge with a dollop of miso and a bit of tahine.

Posted on 25 Sep 2012 17:40:27 BDT
happy says:
I think it's a lack of time first thing combined with not really being able to think straight. If I remember I get something out the night before. I suppose that's why we all love the idea of the full English breakfast but rarely eat it even at weekends. When we rang our guest house here in portugal people usually asked for the full works on the first morning but by day three were back to their usual of cereal and toast.

Posted on 25 Sep 2012 16:52:34 BDT
Charlie says:
Ooo yes the beans on toast idea!! We had something similar on honeymoon in Malaysia, it was fab. That and roti cania!! I can make that too yay. Thanks Pixie!!
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