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Sunday Morning Breakfast

 
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Sunday Morning Breakfast
Anyone else want to join?

I actually had a chance at sleeping-in, but who needs sleep when there's GLP.

I love this Keurig, coffee made simple.

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Re: Sunday Morning Breakfast
I have a nice local roast brewing and it smells heavenly. I'm going to have to dig into my garage and find a sled to haul fire wood though, we have another 4 inches of powder and it's up over my knees. I doubt the wheel barrow or utility cart can make it through.
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Re: Sunday Morning Breakfast
Just finished a 12 hour shift at 6am, made a pot for dayshift on my way out
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Re: Sunday Morning Breakfast
Anyone else want to join?

I actually had a chance at sleeping-in, but who needs sleep when there's GLP.

I love this Keurig, coffee made simple.
 Quoting: 03


Texas here, we love our Tumeric Coconut from Signature Select at Randall’s with a little honey and almond milk in my Mandalorian mug!
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I have a nice local roast brewing and it smells heavenly. I'm going to have to dig into my garage and find a sled to haul fire wood though, we have another 4 inches of powder and it's up over my knees. I doubt the wheel barrow or utility cart can make it through.
coffee4
 Quoting: drinking buddy


Omgoodness, I was just bitching that it was cold here... In SWFL.... AT 58 DEGREES...

I'm lame. I hope you guys are ok.

Good thing I have coffee to warm me up.
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Re: Sunday Morning Breakfast
Just finished a 12 hour shift at 6am, made a pot for dayshift on my way out
 Quoting: javierruizleon


That's what good people do.
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Re: Sunday Morning Breakfast
Anyone else want to join?

I actually had a chance at sleeping-in, but who needs sleep when there's GLP.

I love this Keurig, coffee made simple.
 Quoting: 03


Texas here, we love our Tumeric Coconut from Signature Select at Randall’s with a little honey and almond milk in my Mandalorian mug!
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 76672718


Minus the almond milk, that sounds good.
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Re: Sunday Morning Breakfast
Cup number 2
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Re: Sunday Morning Breakfast
Anyone else want to join?

I actually had a chance at sleeping-in, but who needs sleep when there's GLP.

I love this Keurig, coffee made simple.
 Quoting: 03


Texas here, we love our Tumeric Coconut from Signature Select at Randall’s with a little honey and almond milk in my Mandalorian mug!
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 76672718


I hope you are safe and warm and dry..it sounds like lovely coffee and glad you have power and water to make it!
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Re: Sunday Morning Breakfast
Drinking a cup of mystery coffee my wife brought home smoking a fine cigar and boiling a big kettle of eggs for my birds .

Woke up to 36 degrees f so it looks to be a good day . Breakfast nectar kick starts every morning for me . Without it life is impossible .
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coffee5
coffee
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coffee4
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lol
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Drinking a cup of mystery coffee my wife brought home smoking a fine cigar and boiling a big kettle of eggs for my birds .

Woke up to 36 degrees f so it looks to be a good day . Breakfast nectar kick starts every morning for me . Without it life is impossible .
 Quoting: crowfluence


You sir, know how to start a day.
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coffee5
coffee
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coffee4
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lol
 Quoting: Moses Born Again


Good morning.

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Re: Sunday Morning Breakfast
I just checked our weather/temp
gutntag

It's 15f and we are expecting another 3-6 inches tonite.
I love snow, so no complaints. But it does mean I had better get off my butt and bring in some wood while the sun is shining.

sun

Last Edited by drinking buddy on 02/21/2021 09:07 AM
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Re: Sunday Morning Breakfast
I just checked our weather/temp
gutntag

It's 15f and we are expecting another 3-6 inches tonite.
I love snow, so no complaints. But it does mean I had better get off my butt and bring in some wood while the sun is shining.

sun
 Quoting: drinking buddy


Winter, gotta love it.

With 6 more inches, how much you have on the ground approx?
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Re: Sunday Morning Breakfast
Well... I'm awake.

Time for breakfast.
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Re: Sunday Morning Breakfast
I just checked our weather/temp
gutntag

It's 15f and we are expecting another 3-6 inches tonite.
I love snow, so no complaints. But it does mean I had better get off my butt and bring in some wood while the sun is shining.

sun
 Quoting: drinking buddy


Winter, gotta love it.

With 6 more inches, how much you have on the ground approx?
 Quoting: 03


My guess is about 2 feet now. This was after the first snowstorm. She's a shepherd/husky/something mix and weighs in about 75-80 lbs for context.

https://imgur.com/AlVADlg

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Re: Sunday Morning Breakfast
Thread title updated.
It's breakfast time.

Anyone heard of scrapple? I love this shit.
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Re: Sunday Morning Breakfast
I just checked our weather/temp
gutntag

It's 15f and we are expecting another 3-6 inches tonite.
I love snow, so no complaints. But it does mean I had better get off my butt and bring in some wood while the sun is shining.

sun
 Quoting: drinking buddy


Winter, gotta love it.

With 6 more inches, how much you have on the ground approx?
 Quoting: 03


My guess is about 2 feet now. This was after the first snowstorm. She's a shepherd/husky/something mix and weighs in about 75-80 lbs for context.

https://imgur.com/AlVADlg

 Quoting: drinking buddy


Wow that's a lot of snow. Your pup looks super happy The wife and I thought she was a goose or something at first.
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Re: Sunday Morning Breakfast
Thread title updated.
It's breakfast time.

Anyone heard of scrapple? I love this shit.
 Quoting: 03


Scrapple!!!
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02/21/2021 09:27 AM

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Re: Sunday Morning Breakfast
Thread title updated.
It's breakfast time.

Anyone heard of scrapple? I love this shit.
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Scrapple!!!
 Quoting: 03


LOVE IT! But I like to make my own so I know what's in it, even if it is some odd bits and pieces. (we used to do our own butchering)
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Re: Sunday Morning Breakfast
Breakfast, the most important meal...that I only eat on Sundays...
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Re: Sunday Morning Breakfast
Thread title updated.
It's breakfast time.

Anyone heard of scrapple? I love this shit.
 Quoting: 03


Scrapple!!!
 Quoting: 03


LOVE IT! But I like to make my own so I know what's in it, even if it is some odd bits and pieces. (we used to do our own butchering)
chuckle
 Quoting: drinking buddy


Please tell. What seasonings and scraps do you use?

Not sure if you are familiar with Publix and Winn-Dixie, it's the only places down here to buy it. Each store only has 1 brand.

I wipe them out everytime.
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What the heck is Scrapple?

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Re: Sunday Morning Breakfast
I had a light breakfast..

Polish sunflower seed bread, with szynka chalka ham and horseradish sauce..
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diet orange flavored walmart fiber...oh boy
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Re: Sunday Morning Breakfast
Well, coffee is finished...

Breakfast is conquered...

Time to move on...

Thanks for joining me.
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diet orange flavored walmart fiber...oh boy
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Oh boy is right...
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Re: Sunday Morning Breakfast
I had a light breakfast..

Polish sunflower seed bread, with szynka chalka ham and horseradish sauce..

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Try some boars head, rare london broil (roast beef) sliced thin on that bread with your horsey sauce. Sooooo good.

$15 a pound, but worth it.
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Re: Sunday Morning Breakfast
Smoked Icelandic Puffin breast, sliced thin on toasted brioche with a little tarragon and Dijon mustard
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Re: Sunday Morning Breakfast
This is the recipe I use..but warning, if you use a whole pigs head, remove the eyeballs first. They are very bitter.
I usually just use the meaty bones left over from butchering, the liver, and a few pieces of meat. I usually grind the heart in with the ground pork because it is so nutritious (with twice the mitochondria of skeletal muscle) but you could use it here. I think you could make it with some meaty bones leftover from a nice picnic shoulder. I haven't made it in years..kids are nearly grown and I am working way too much to homestead the way I used to. (College is expensive!)

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