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    Scrambled eggs in butter then threw in shredded cheese just long enough to melt , ecrigh sausage off the grill , tobassca sauce, jelly and toast with apple juice to chase it down . It was goooood !!!

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    Deviled eggs. I got hooked-up through a customer and every few weeks, a lady comes over from Ohio (pronounced uh-HI-yah) and brings me these huge (as in huuuuuuge) double-yolk eggs. My wife likes to make deviled eggs with them and blends in different cheeses to the yolk when she whips it up. They're awesome and each one is about like eating a whole egg salad sandwich, minus the bread. I washed 'em down with some hot tea but it was so strong......I hadda' have a brandy chaser. ...wasn't gonna' start drinkin' 'til later but not really knowin' just how long it might take......figured I should prob'ly get on it early.
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    Eggs Bacon and Earl Campbell's Red Hots Sassages.

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    Growing up we had Linguiça for breakfast pretty regularly. It is a Portuguese sausage flavored with garlic and smoked paprika. Anyway, my kids really like it. I guess it is pretty popular in Brazil too.
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    Yesterday.....I had watermelon for breakfast, a lot of it. Then about an hour later.....I had watermelon for dessert. Then for lunch- chips and nacho cheese dip.
    Darn watermelon was good.
    BP is up 20 numbers this morning.....guess I had too much salt on that melon?
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    Couple of cups of black coffee, then a big bowl of corn flakes.
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    Bacon, grits, eggs over easy with Valentina sauce (sub today, out of the garlic Cholula) with toast (real butter) and milk.
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    Quote Originally Posted by brojohn View Post
    Yesterday.....I had watermelon for breakfast, a lot of it. Then about an hour later.....I had watermelon for dessert. Then for lunch- chips and nacho cheese dip.
    Darn watermelon was good.
    BP is up 20 numbers this morning.....guess I had too much salt on that melon?

    That's all my wife ate when she was pregnant. Congratulations!
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