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Miracle77777
11-07-2008, 00:46
So, people - let's open our cards....
What does your breakfast look like????

I heard and saw a lot of those tiny European Bsts, which include Toasts, juice and jam........Croissantes, if you are lucky:)

For me - Bst is the main food-part of a day.....
I need to get energy for the 12 of work - so my Bst is quite big...^^

but - in my defense could say, that Dinner, due to Japanese custom "I am giving to enemy".....:p

Now - your comments, please:>

ultimotattie
11-07-2008, 00:50
Usually for breakfast I have two weetabix in milk, and sometimes a low-fat yoghurt too if I think I will need more energy.

Miracle77777
11-07-2008, 00:55
Usually for breakfast I have two weetabix in milk, and sometimes a low-fat yoghurt too if I think I will need more energy.

Thanks, dear.....
How about such nice things on your pan??
;)

And , Sorry for my ognorance...but what is Weetabix??? :eh:

AndreyS
11-07-2008, 00:56
Nothing at all. And never.
Have a cup of tea or coffee at work at 11-12.

But my cat always has a wholesome breakfast.

Charodeyka
11-07-2008, 00:56
My breackfast is strong black coffee only with sugar. It makes me feel me nice since morning :mooooh:

ultimotattie
11-07-2008, 00:59
Thanks, dear.....
How about such nice things on your pan??
;)

And , Sorry for my ognorance...but what is Weetabix??? :eh:

On a Saturday I have two steak square sausages on buttered bread for lunch...yes, it's true. :D

Weetabix is a wheat biscuit. Here is a picture.

http://de.fishki.net/picsw/072007/30/calories/weetabix-and-milk.jpg

Miracle77777
11-07-2008, 01:17
Nothing at all. And never.
Have a cup of tea or coffee at work at 11-12.

Hi, Andy))
Suppose it is better not to be around before you have your lunch, then??
;)

pjw
11-07-2008, 01:22
On a Saturday I have two steak square sausages on buttered bread for lunch...yes, it's true. :D

Weetabix is a wheat biscuit. Here is a picture.

http://de.fishki.net/picsw/072007/30/calories/weetabix-and-milk.jpg

Hey Ultimotattie, Thatīs not what I think it is, is it? Check again. Are you sure you posted the correct pic? No, Iīm only joking Ultimo, I grew up on Weetbix too :cheerleader:

AndreyS
11-07-2008, 01:25
Hi, Andy))
Suppose it is better not to be around before you have your lunch, then??
;)

Funnily enough, I never have lunch either.
So keep out of my way all the time. ;-)

pjw
11-07-2008, 01:26
Thanks, dear.....
How about such nice things on your pan??
;)

And , Sorry for my ognorance...but what is Weetabix??? :eh:

Thatīs right dear Mira. I just asked myself the same question and Iīm a vegetarian. Stop it with these delicious steak in the pan avatars, youīre all trying to reconvert me :9451:

ultimotattie
11-07-2008, 01:26
Haha, the breakfast of champions!

pjw
11-07-2008, 01:32
Nothing at all. And never.
Have a cup of tea or coffee at work at 11-12.

But my cat always has a wholesome breakfast.What does your cat eat for breakfast Andrey? Oh no, donīt tell me....weetbix. How could you do that to an animal? Anyway you know what I have man....vegemite on toast :sunny:


Funnily enough, I never have lunch either.
So keep out of my way all the time. ;-)Donīt worry man, Iīll only see you if I didnīt see you first :eh:

pjw
11-07-2008, 01:35
Haha, the breakfast of champions!

champinons = French for fried mushrooms right?

ultimotattie
11-07-2008, 01:36
No, its Scottish for heart attack. :D

pjw
11-07-2008, 01:40
Usually for breakfast I have two weetabix in milk, and sometimes a low-fat yoghurt too if I think I will need more energy.

Hey Tattie, you take a teaspoon of sugar on them weetbix?

pjw
11-07-2008, 01:42
You really live in Scoīland Ultimo? :cheerleader:

ultimotattie
11-07-2008, 01:42
Hey Tattie, you take a teaspoon of sugar on them weetbix?

Nah, just a big bowl of milk does me. Thankfully im Northern European and can handle my lactose. :D

And yup, definitely live in Scotland!

pjw
11-07-2008, 01:46
Nah, just a big bowl of milk does me. Thankfully im Northern European and can handle my lactose. :D

And yup, definitely live in Scotland!

I suppose youīve got a little yoghurt in the fridge ready to go for tomorrow morning huh Ultimo? :fridaysign: BTW My uncle came from Hamilton :hooray::hooray:

ultimotattie
11-07-2008, 01:49
Yup, two raspberry and two strawberry, but I don't think I will need them, will not be a busy day. :D

Hamilton is not far from here, I am from a place near there, called Airdrie. Their football team played in Europe once, but lost 3-1 on aggregate to Sparta Prague. The site of that famous game is now a Morrisons supermarket. :p

pjw
11-07-2008, 01:53
No Iīd save em up for Monday morning too if I were you. Bad luck about the footy, Spartans (Greek League? I think?) All right Iīm turning in. :bedtime:Gīnight everyone :bedtime:

Miracle77777
11-07-2008, 01:55
Funnily enough, I never have lunch either.
So keep out of my way all the time. ;-)

:D
It is easy with you, yeah?
No Bst, no lunch....only smth on dinner - and everyone is happy....including Cat^^

Miracle77777
11-07-2008, 01:57
Hey Tattie, you take a teaspoon of sugar on them weetbix?

Ahhh...
I like this name Tattie)))))
Hey, Ultinotattie - Could I also call you like that?????????????/
:11158: (beer from me:D)

Miracle77777
11-07-2008, 02:04
Yup, two raspberry and two strawberry, but I don't think I will need them, will not be a busy day. :D

Hamilton is not far from here, I am from a place near there, called Airdrie. Their football team played in Europe once, but lost 3-1 on aggregate to Sparta Prague. The site of that famous game is now a Morrisons supermarket. :p

Gosh - I started to think that you are not only genius...but a wizard too!!!!!
So much energy just from couple of rasps and straws......:>
Geeze.....Need to learn from you^-*

ultimotattie
11-07-2008, 02:05
Yes, you have much to learn from me. That is why I am Ultimotattie, and not just tattie. ;)

MickeyTong
11-07-2008, 12:06
Hey Tattie, you take a teaspoon of sugar on them weetbix?
They taste like soggy cardboard without lots of sugar.

DJ Biscuit
12-07-2008, 23:05
I want Rice Krispies with proper milk for breakfast! But I will have to wait til I get back home to London. In the meantime it's coffee and sometimes if I have time or can be bothered or actually have something in the fridge a couple of slices of taost with cheese.

Bels
12-07-2008, 23:29
I want Rice Krispies with proper milk for breakfast! But I will have to wait til I get back home to London. In the meantime it's coffee and sometimes if I have time or can be bothered or actually have something in the fridge a couple of slices of taost with cheese.

I've seen Rice Krispies in Peryetrostic, funny though as they were made by Nestles and not Kellogs. But I can't find Weetabix.

DJ Biscuit
12-07-2008, 23:33
Not seen weetabix either. Problem alos is the milk, at 75 rubles a pop it's a bit much, and I just can't handle Russian milk.

Rindless back bacon?

Gypsy
12-07-2008, 23:36
Not seen weetabix either. Problem alos is the milk, at 75 rubles a pop it's a bit much, and I just can't handle Russian milk.

Rindless back bacon?

The supermarket in my building used to have Danepak until last week. Gone now.

Bels
12-07-2008, 23:42
Not seen weetabix either. Problem alos is the milk, at 75 rubles a pop it's a bit much, and I just can't handle Russian milk.

Rindless back bacon?

Peryetrostic, my local supermarket has packs of Dutch streaky bacon, but no back bacon.
It also has litre cartons of pasturised milk, which is the only milk I can drink. And all the sausages taste like plastic, as unfortunately there are no English sausages, including the square ones.

DJ Biscuit
12-07-2008, 23:48
Warren's Sausages Bels, the real deal and they deliver - though not sure they deliver as far out as where you live!

Miracle77777
13-07-2008, 20:13
I want Rice Krispies with proper milk for breakfast! But I will have to wait til I get back home to London. In the meantime it's coffee and sometimes if I have time or can be bothered or actually have something in the fridge a couple of slices of taost with cheese.


Not seen weetabix either. Problem alos is the milk, at 75 rubles a pop it's a bit much, and I just can't handle Russian milk.

Rindless back bacon?


Peryetrostic, my local supermarket has packs of Dutch streaky bacon, but no back bacon.
It also has litre cartons of pasturised milk, which is the only milk I can drink. And all the sausages taste like plastic, as unfortunately there are no English sausages, including the square ones.


Warren's Sausages Bels, the real deal and they deliver - though not sure they deliver as far out as where you live!


:mooooh: :mooooh:
Want to England!! Seems theirs Breakfast is a good one :)

Zyablik
13-07-2008, 20:32
Dear Miracle, how about 5 o'clock tea in London tommorow ????:rasta:

masterd
13-07-2008, 20:41
Hi, all.
May I join to your discussion?
My breakfast is very simple usually: two sausages or corn flakes with milk, toasts with cheese and cup of tea.

Bels
13-07-2008, 20:51
Hi, all.
May I join to your discussion?
My breakfast is very simple usually: two sausages or corn flakes with milk, toasts with cheese and cup of tea.

I hope you don't mean those plastic rubbery things Russians call sausages. And yes the origanal Kellogs cornflakes do exist here.

Miracle77777
13-07-2008, 20:58
Dear Miracle, how about 5 o'clock tea in London tommorow ????:rasta:

I am all with you:D



But WITHOUT Milk!!!!!
Just cannot understand how people mix these two things:D
:10518:

Miracle77777
13-07-2008, 20:59
Hi, all.
May I join to your discussion?
My breakfast is very simple usually: two sausages or corn flakes with milk, toasts with cheese and cup of tea.

You are very welcome to join))))
And I find your Bst is a good one.....especially for musicians:P

Zyablik
13-07-2008, 21:02
I hope you don't mean those plastic rubbery things Russians call sausages. And yes the origanal Kellogs cornflakes do exist here.

Bels, have you ever eat not plastic rubbery Russian sausages ???:question:
As for me I like our sausages !!!:10518:

Zyablik
13-07-2008, 21:07
I am all with you:D
But WITHOUT Milk!!!!!
Just cannot understand how people mix these two things:D
:10518:

Thank you !!!:sunny:
I agree, no milk, no sugar !!! I try it, but don't like too !!!:drink:
Miracle, I know some Eng chocolate sweets called "5 o'clock" Lovely!!!

Zyablik
13-07-2008, 21:10
Hi, all.
May I join to your discussion?
My breakfast is very simple usually: two sausages or corn flakes with milk, toasts with cheese and cup of tea.

masterd - good choice !!!
Energy for all day !:idea:
Because no breakfast no energy !:mml:

masterd
13-07-2008, 21:10
I hope you don't mean those plastic rubbery things Russians call sausages. And yes the origanal Kellogs cornflakes do exist here.

Usually I buy sausages and flakes at nearest supermarket and it satisfy me. But I'm interested to taste original Kellogs cornflakes. Do you know where it stuff can be bought (may be specialty shop of foreign products)?

pjw
13-07-2008, 21:16
:mooooh: :mooooh:
Want to England!! Seems theirs Breakfast is a good one :)

This English breakfast idea Mira:gorgeous: is ......um......not as innocent as it sounds. Or maybe you like it :question: Check these pics, but I must admit not everyone likes black pudding :eek:
1417814179141801418214181 So in summary, lots of beans, sausages, eggs, bacon, perhaps fried mushies or toms. But hang on a sec, whatīs that strange sausage? Itīs the famous black pudding and hereīs a link Black pudding - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia@@AMEPARAM@@/wiki/File:Question_book-new.svg" class="image"><img alt="Question book-new.svg" src="http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/en/thumb/9/99/Question_book-new.svg/50px-Question_book-new.svg.png"@@AMEPARAM@@en/thumb/9/99/Question_book-new.svg/50px-Question_book-new.svg.png

masterd
13-07-2008, 21:17
You are very welcome to join))))
And I find your Bst is a good one.....especially for musicians:P

Big thanks, it's very funny ))))
But my Bst is very usual:7525:

masterd
13-07-2008, 21:22
Thank you !!!:sunny:
I agree, no milk, no sugar !!! I try it, but don't like too !!!:drink:
Miracle, I know some Eng chocolate sweets called "5 o'clock" Lovely!!!

I don't like tea with milk too! I think it's very strange drink :drink:

Bels
13-07-2008, 21:35
Bels, have you ever eat not plastic rubbery Russian sausages ???:question:
As for me I like our sausages !!!:10518:

I have indeed eaten them, otherwise I wouldn't have known, and boiled!! Yeugh !! I can't stand them.

Zyablik
13-07-2008, 21:38
I don't like tea with milk too! I think it's very strange drink :drink:

:sunny:
Milk and coffee are good, but not with tea !!!!
What kind of tea do you prefer?
Some kind of special green or another one?:10518:

pjw
13-07-2008, 21:39
Usually I buy sausages and flakes at nearest supermarket and it satisfy me. But I'm interested to taste original Kellogs cornflakes. Do you know where it stuff can be bought (may be specialty shop of foreign products)?

Hey Dima. Youīre right, unfortunately the taste of the original Kellogg's (http://www2.kelloggs.com/Product/ProductDetail.aspx?product=449) is light years from the various copy corn flakes. Also try to find Special K. We could have this when my Grandma used to visit. Forget all the fancy bars and stuff, although I should perhaps try them before I judge. Itīs just I donīt see how you could beat the original. Enjoy :sunny:
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Bels
13-07-2008, 21:42
Usually I buy sausages and flakes at nearest supermarket and it satisfy me. But I'm interested to taste original Kellogs cornflakes. Do you know where it stuff can be bought (may be specialty shop of foreign products)?

Peryetrostic supermarket there should be no problem in finding Kellog's cornflakes. I've only seen the Nestle copies in the local smaller shops.

Heinz baked beans are also a big seller in the UK, as you can see from some of the pictures of English breakfast. To some people it's a must, and they will have it for breakfast, dinner, and tea.

Zyablik
13-07-2008, 21:54
Hm....I never hear about Kellog's cornflakes! Is it good???
I don't like cornflakes at all and eat it not so often ! :ignore:
:)

pjw
13-07-2008, 22:10
Hm....I never hear about Kellog's cornflakes! Is it good???
I don't like cornflakes at all and eat it not so often ! :ignore:
:)
Hmmm, yes Kelloggs corn flakes are great if you are a corn flakes person. Me, Iīm a vegemite guy. Try this Natasha if you see it. :mml: Vegemite - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia@@AMEPARAM@@/wiki/File:Vegemiteontoast_large.jpg" class="image"><img alt="" src="http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/1/10/Vegemiteontoast_large.jpg/250px-Vegemiteontoast_large.jpg"@@AMEPARAM@@commons/thumb/1/10/Vegemiteontoast_large.jpg/250px-Vegemiteontoast_large.jpg

Bels
13-07-2008, 22:21
Don't you mean Marmite. :)





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Zyablik
13-07-2008, 22:22
Thank's Pete !
If I see, I'll try it!!!!

vegemite guy.... I opened my Dictionary ;)

DJ Biscuit
13-07-2008, 22:44
Kellogs Corn Flakes are available all over Moscow - all the main chains I have used has them and a lot of 'produktovi' carry them too.

Here's a breakfast idea - rye or brown bread toast, Marmite and huumous. Fabulous taste combination.

Galya
13-07-2008, 23:20
For me it's cappuccino and corneto con panna in my favorite bar in Rome. Makes me always come back there!

RRM
13-07-2008, 23:27
Strong black coffee and Oats with milk.

Sometimes when I have a hangover, it is usually left over pizza from the night before.

DJ Biscuit
13-07-2008, 23:40
Or left over beer from the night before.

Galya
13-07-2008, 23:44
When it happens to me I can't even think of food!

zaiac
14-07-2008, 10:42
This English breakfast idea Mira:gorgeous: is ......um......not as innocent as it sounds. Or maybe you like it :question: Check these pics, but I must admit not everyone likes black pudding :eek:
1417814179141801418214181 So in summary, lots of beans, sausages, eggs, bacon, perhaps fried mushies or toms. But hang on a sec, whatīs that strange sausage? Itīs the famous black pudding and hereīs a link Black pudding - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Black_pudding)

Hmmmmm what sausage?!!!! Is it for a 1 person? and for a breakfast????!!!!:yuk:

Miracle77777
14-07-2008, 21:27
Bels, have you ever eat not plastic rubbery Russian sausages ???:question:
As for me I like our sausages !!!:10518:

In fact I also find Russian sausages a bit too chemical....or papery, as we used to say;)
But I could advice a good one in Russia: Klinskye Molochnye.......The most acceptable for me from Sausages market....:D

masterd
14-07-2008, 21:33
:sunny:
Milk and coffee are good, but not with tea !!!!
What kind of tea do you prefer?
Some kind of special green or another one?:10518:

Our tastes are very similar! Coffee with milk it's good :thumbsup: :coffee:

Tea... I like green tea! It's very nice and tonic drink. My favorite kind is Ginseng Ooloung. Also I like black tea with taste of wild strawberry.

Miracle77777
14-07-2008, 21:37
I have indeed eaten them, otherwise I wouldn't have known, and boiled!! Yeugh !! I can't stand them.

Try then to fry them with eggs....or with corn.....
More fat....but more standable:D

Miracle77777
14-07-2008, 21:39
This English breakfast idea Mira:gorgeous: is ......um......not as innocent as it sounds. Or maybe you like it :question: Check these pics, but I must admit not everyone likes black pudding :eek:
So in summary, lots of beans, sausages, eggs, bacon, perhaps fried mushies or toms. But hang on a sec, whatīs that strange sausage? Itīs the famous black pudding and hereīs a link Black pudding - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Black_pudding)

My sweet Bro - so nice of you to put all the pics.....
In general - its curious:D
And I was scaried more from that loooooong sausage, than from black pudding))))
How about your Bst??
As a vegetarian's one - it should be awesome!! Lots of nice things, like fruits and juices and veggies and..maybe rice???
Cheers :piano:

Miracle77777
14-07-2008, 21:44
I know that you were refering to our Masterd...but still want to give my two cents:D


:sunny:
Milk and coffee are good, but not with tea !!!!:


Ugu......
And also I heard the most tasteful is Irish coffee....with Irish ..eh...rome??


:What kind of tea do you prefer?
Some kind of special green or another one?:10518:

If black - ceylon....without any species or tastes, like berghamot or karkade....:yuk:
If Green - certainly with Jasmine ;)

Miracle77777
14-07-2008, 21:46
Don't you mean Marmite. :)

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Kellogs Corn Flakes are available all over Moscow - all the main chains I have used has them and a lot of 'produktovi' carry them too.

Here's a breakfast idea - rye or brown bread toast, Marmite and huumous. Fabulous taste combination.

:eh:
I bring my apologizes......but what is Marmite?????????????
Smth yummy??? Smth what I should try??
:D

masterd
14-07-2008, 21:50
Hey Dima. Youīre right, unfortunately the taste of the original Kellogg's (http://www2.kelloggs.com/Product/ProductDetail.aspx?product=449) is light years from the various copy corn flakes. Also try to find Special K. We could have this when my Grandma used to visit. Forget all the fancy bars and stuff, although I should perhaps try them before I judge. Itīs just I donīt see how you could beat the original. Enjoy :sunny:
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More thanks. It's very interesting. I will try to find original Kellog's corn flakes.

Etoile filante
14-07-2008, 21:53
:eh:
I bring my apologizes......but what is Marmite?????????????
Smth yummy??? Smth what I should try??
:D

It's a sticky paste dark in colour, & it tastes salty. All the British i know r very fond of it...

DJ Biscuit
14-07-2008, 21:56
Miracle,

Marmite is a spread made form yeast extract and vegetable extract. Generally you spraed it on buttered toast or bread but you can also add hot water to a spoon full in a cup and it's a good drink in the winter.

Miracle77777
14-07-2008, 21:56
edited my own post - thanks to DJ's explanation)))))

Miracle77777
14-07-2008, 22:01
More thanks. It's very interesting. I will try to find original Kellog's corn flakes.

How do you eat them?? Corns??

I like with joughurt or with milk.....
My friend - fond of Juicy corns....though I find them too hard in juice)))

Is there some other options??
Cheers, M...................

Bels
14-07-2008, 22:04
Check it out, it's a yeast extract in the form of a brown paste. There is a British version, a New Zealand version and a South African version, and I was amused to discover there was a Gibralter version called Ourmate

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MickeyTong
14-07-2008, 22:27
You can't beat a cheese and marmite sarnie.....yumyum
or peanut butter and marmite on toast.

DJ Biscuit
14-07-2008, 22:33
Peanut Butter and banana sarnie!

masterd
14-07-2008, 22:39
How do you eat them?? Corns??

I like with joughurt or with milk.....
My friend - fond of Juicy corns....though I find them too hard in juice)))

Is there some other options??
Cheers, M...................

With milk. Only with milk! But little milk.
Some other options? May be but I know with milk or juice only...

Bels
14-07-2008, 22:44
Kellogs cornflakes with plenty of chilled pasturised milk, a little sugar or honey, and a sliced banana on top.

ultimotattie
14-07-2008, 22:44
I haven't had any french toast for a while, man, that could be my breakfast tomorrow morning!

Bels
14-07-2008, 22:45
You can't beat a cheese and marmite sarnie.....yumyum
or peanut butter and marmite on toast.

Triffic.

Bels
14-07-2008, 22:48
I haven't had any french toast for a while, man, that could be my breakfast tomorrow morning!


What a brilliant idea! Thanks for that, I'll have it with a tin of heinz baked beans I already have in the cupboard.

ultimotattie
14-07-2008, 22:49
What a brilliant idea! Thanks for that, I'll have it with a tin of heinz baked beans I already have in the cupboard.

Yes, just call me the breakfast tsar. :p

masterd
14-07-2008, 22:53
Kellogs cornflakes with plenty of chilled pasturised milk, a little sugar or honey, and a sliced banana on top.

Very appetizing!!! Yumyum:hooray:

pullar
15-07-2008, 00:25
Weetabix, oats, milk and Billington's sugar (too much of the latter)

Bels
15-07-2008, 00:34
How about Scotts Porage Oats, although I am also aware that the Russians like their oats as well.

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Bels
15-07-2008, 01:04
And I do miss my kippers for breakfast. Broiled with a dob of butter.


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Miracle77777
15-07-2008, 17:44
Kellogs cornflakes with plenty of chilled pasturised milk, a little sugar or honey, and a sliced banana on top.

Wow, Bels)))
I see you are a Gourmet)))

Miracle77777
15-07-2008, 17:45
I haven't had any french toast for a while, man, that could be my breakfast tomorrow morning!

:D
Was always thinking that French toast - is toast and then Kiss on cheek)))

Is there any other french toasts???
:D
:Loco:

ultimotattie
15-07-2008, 18:30
:D
Was always thinking that French toast - is toast and then Kiss on cheek)))

Is there any other french toasts???
:D
:Loco:

If that's how you make it, then breakfast will be at your place? ;)

The french toast I described is basically mixing eggs in a bowl, then dipping the bread in so it is all coated. You then do both sides in the frying pan till slightly browned, add a touch of salt, and then voila!

Zyablik
15-07-2008, 18:33
I know that you were refering to our Masterd...but still want to give my two cents:D
Ugu......
And also I heard the most tasteful is Irish coffee....with Irish ..eh...rome??
if black - ceylon....without any species or tastes, like berghamot or karkade....:yuk:
If Green - certainly with Jasmine ;)

Oh, Miracle, so good taste !!!:thumbsup:

Also prefer the black ones.... and yes.... berghamot and karkade!!!!:inlove:
If green - "Silvery strawberry" ! It's very good looking, when this kind of tea opened in tea-pot like a flower !:)

Miracle77777
15-07-2008, 23:18
Oh, Miracle, so good taste !!!:thumbsup:

Also prefer the black ones.... and yes.... berghamot and karkade!!!!:inlove:
If green - "Silvery strawberry" ! It's very good looking, when this kind of tea opened in tea-pot like a flower !:)

:applause: I like it so much)) First time for me was for fun)) After - I really evaluated the whole bouquet of this special tea^^

Between - does someone know good tea-places in Moscow???

Miracle77777
15-07-2008, 23:20
If that's how you make it, then breakfast will be at your place? ;)

The french toast I described is basically mixing eggs in a bowl, then dipping the bread in so it is all coated. You then do both sides in the frying pan till slightly browned, add a touch of salt, and then voila!

:D
Breakfast before Dinner-invitation????
:yikes:
You are too fast, dear:)

What butter do you use for french toasts??
Olive? Corn? Butter for bread?

:11158:

Zyablik
15-07-2008, 23:22
does someone know good tea-places in Moscow???

Shame on me !:eh:
I don't know :confused1:

Bels
15-07-2008, 23:27
:D
Breakfast before Dinner-invitation????
:yikes:
You are too fast, dear:)

What butter do you use for french toasts??
Olive? Corn? Butter for bread?

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Just the bread dipped both sides in the whisked egg mixture will do fine, then fry it. :) On bothsides to a golden colour. Lovely!!

masterd
16-07-2008, 00:16
:D
Was always thinking that French toast - is toast and then Kiss on cheek)))

Is there any other french toasts???
:D
:Loco:

:thumbsup:
Very nice idea for toasts!!!

masterd
16-07-2008, 00:22
If that's how you make it, then breakfast will be at your place? ;)

The french toast I described is basically mixing eggs in a bowl, then dipping the bread in so it is all coated. You then do both sides in the frying pan till slightly browned, add a touch of salt, and then voila!

Hahaha!!!
I did not know that I ate french toasts all my childhood! Mum always cooked me it stuff in the mornings.:trampoline:

ultimotattie
16-07-2008, 00:41
Ah, I feel like I have done a good deed, for reminding you all of french toast!

I also made a lovely stir-fry for dinner, however, that is dinner, and not breakfast, as this thread is for. :p

tvar
01-05-2009, 05:33
Hi Miricle
My breakfast changes..sometimes cereal such as oats, sometimes toast, fruit, now and then an egg on toast, I have really been enjoying an egg lately.
We are blessed with plenty of available fruit.
It's interesting to hear of peoples diet... I like to keep to a lot of mostly vegetarian meals..but do like fish....