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    Default What's for breakfast?

    Good ole eggs, sausage and toast with cinnamon hazelnut coffee.
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    Eggs over-medium, belgian waffles and Yuban columbian roast coffee.

    The other 299,300,000 people can have it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AKsoldier View Post
    Eggs over-medium, belgian waffles and Yuban columbian roast coffee.


    Gotta love that good old Yuban,LOL. Haven't had that in a long time.
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    well too late for me to take a pic, but my wife made me a breakfast burrito consisting of our own hens' fresh laid eggs, Moose churiso, tomato, onion, cheese, sour cream and salsa!

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    Quote Originally Posted by alaska4ever View Post
    Gotta love that good old Yuban,LOL. Haven't had that in a long time.
    Yeah, my favorite is MJB European Roast, but when I can't find that Yuban is an acceptable alternative.

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    I enjoyed waffles, scrambled eggs and ham with a cup of very strong Columbian coffee. Got to eat it in an open air cafe in Bogota Columbia, on a sunny 70 degree day. Heading back to Fairbanks in the morning.

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    Quote Originally Posted by stid2677 View Post
    I enjoyed waffles, scrambled eggs and ham with a cup of very strong Columbian coffee. Got to eat it in an open air cafe in Bogota Columbia, on a sunny 70 degree day. Heading back to Fairbanks in the morning.

    Best wishes to all.

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    Bring a couple of those beautiful Senioritas with ya.
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    Quote Originally Posted by stid2677 View Post
    I enjoyed waffles, scrambled eggs and ham with a cup of very strong Columbian coffee. Got to eat it in an open air cafe in Bogota Columbia, on a sunny 70 degree day. Heading back to Fairbanks in the morning.

    Best wishes to all.

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    Welcome home Steve! Weather aside, I'm sure you'll be glad to be back in Alaska. I know I would. Safe travels to ya!

    The other 299,300,000 people can have it.

    Noone has a more intimate understanding of, or deeper appreciation for freedom, than a soldier who has fought for it in a country where it does not exist.

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    Pancakes and Sausage and Caramel Truffle coffee.
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    Sausage and egg on an Everything Bagel. These bagels are the best. I get them at Carr's Northway Mall. I buy 3 dz. about every two months and someone from a local air service picks them up and flies them out for me.
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    Not a good idea I ake it, LOL
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    I skipped breakfast this AM. Straight to the store for a 24 OZ English Toffee to go. Shortly after, I was paying twice for it.

    At the cabin I like 2 over medium, bacon or bou sausage, multigrain toast with butter and strawberry-rubarb jam and good old Folgers.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dirtofak View Post
    I skipped breakfast this AM. Straight to the store for a 24 OZ English Toffee to go. Shortly after, I was paying twice for it.

    At the cabin I like 2 over medium, bacon or bou sausage, multigrain toast with butter and strawberry-rubarb jam and good old Folgers.

    Is that homemade jam?
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    Quote Originally Posted by alaska4ever View Post
    Is that homemade jam?
    I cannot tell a lie..... I got it in Cloudcroft, New Mexico. Pretty good. Not as good as mulberry (purple) though. I also like a tortilla, egg, and verde sauce......maybe a little cheese. Breakfast is not as good without a bit of fruit though.
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    Moose sausage diced tomatoes and onion omelet. Toast with blueberry jam hash browns and some Orange juice

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    Skipped breakfast, didnt wake up till noon hehe . Had chicken parmesan =)

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    Coffee, followed by a 4 shot latte ( 16 oz no flavor) followed by more coffee
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    I got lazy this morning and just had a coffee and bagel. I like breakfast but, I am just fine having coffee. I can't imagine starting the day off without coffee.
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    My Sister taught me know to make biscuits today, passed the family secret recipe!!! I made the goat sausage and cream sausage gravy .


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    Quote Originally Posted by stid2677 View Post
    My Sister taught me know to make biscuits today, passed the family secret recipe!!! I made the goat sausage and cream sausage gravy .


    MMMmmmmm! Now that looks good. Goat sausage? I haven't had that in years.
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