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    Board Sure Is Quiet, So Whats For Sunday Breakfast...

    Me Becky's Diner...Great Food Morning Noon And Night....

     
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    Irish / Italian goulash.

     
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    raisin bran

     
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    Their fried haddock sandwich is outstanding.



    Fried Fresh Maine Haddock

    8.75

     
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    I do not like
    green eggs and ham.

     




    LOL....

     
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    Ham and Scrambled Eggs w/hash browns and toast. Coffee, Orange Juice.

    Or when I was a kid and my dad was making breakfast on Sunday mornings to let my mom sleep in -- diced up pepperoni with scrambled eggs. (And then I'd sneak some of his coffee).

     
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    Ham and Scrambled Eggs w/hash browns and toast. Coffee, Orange Juice.

    Or when I was a kid and my dad was making breakfast on Sunday mornings to let my mom sleep in -- diced up pepperoni with scrambled eggs. (And then I'd sneak some of his coffee).




    I need To Try That Pepperoni With Scrambled Eggs, Sounds Good....

     
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    Their fried haddock sandwich is outstanding.

     



     

    Fried Fresh Maine Haddock

    8.75




    How do you know the haddock was from Maine? Does Georges Bank belong to Maine?

     
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    Their fried haddock sandwich is outstanding.

     



     

    Fried Fresh Maine Haddock

    8.75

     




     

    How do you know the haddock was from Maine? Does Georges Bank belong to Maine?




    Map of the Gulf of Maine; Georges Bank is the light blue region in the bottom center of the image.   Thats Maine Water, Maine Lobster, Maine Crab, Maine Haddock, And Maine Bubba Gump Shrimp, Dont Tell bill806 About The Shrimp,
     
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    Whole wheat french toast topped with a couple of thick sliced baked ham slices with Vermont cheddar melted on top and served with warmed real Vermont maple syrup (not the fake stuff),along with some OJ and a tall glass of ice cold milk.Coffee's after breakfast.

     
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    I had a large ice caramel latte with whole milk at Dunkin Donuts.  That drink had 800 calories and the chicken salad on a bagel had 550 calories.  Geez.....1,350 calories consumed before 8am.   LOL

     
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    Hot oak bran served on a bed of frozen blueberries with a heated-up cup of nonfat milk generously sprinkled with cinnamon.

     
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    no breakfast here.. but i did start making some homemade meatballs and sauce for dinner tonight MMMMMMMMMMM

     

     
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    2 Advil and a large coffee

     
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    2 Advil and a large coffee




    drunk rum. you won't get hung over :p

     
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    no breakfast here.. but i did start making some homemade meatballs and sauce for dinner tonight MMMMMMMMMMM

     



    Early Start, Share Your Recipe.......

     
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    no breakfast here.. but i did start making some homemade meatballs and sauce for dinner tonight MMMMMMMMMMM

     

     



    Early Start, Share Your Recipe.......

     




    i'm afraid i can't do that. it took me 2 years just to get my mother to give it to me LOL. speaking of which, foods done :)

     
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    no breakfast here.. but i did start making some homemade meatballs and sauce for dinner tonight MMMMMMMMMMM

     

     



    Early Start, Share Your Recipe.......

     

     




    i'm afraid i can't do that. it took me 2 years just to get my mother to give it to me LOL. speaking of which, foods done :)

     




    I used to watch my mom make her sauce when I was growing up so basically, I knew how to make it when she walked me through making the sauce back when I was a teenager. My mom's sauce was always my favorite meal as a kid -- even now -- so learning how to make it as good was always a priority.

     
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    Well, five days a week it's a mega-mug of home-brewed Dunkin Donuts coffee, laced with 5 mildly toxic aspartame packets, and an hour of frequently grim personal revelations for the half-awake therapist...On weekends it's REM sleep...

     
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    no breakfast here.. but i did start making some homemade meatballs and sauce for dinner tonight MMMMMMMMMMM

     

     



    Early Start, Share Your Recipe.......

     

     




    i'm afraid i can't do that. it took me 2 years just to get my mother to give it to me LOL. speaking of which, foods done :)

     

     




    I used to watch my mom make her sauce when I was growing up so basically, I knew how to make it when she walked me through making the sauce back when I was a teenager. My mom's sauce was always my favorite meal as a kid -- even now -- so learning how to make it as good was always a priority.

     

     




    I hear that. Every year my mom will make and can jar after jar of her sauce. I always tell her to give me more than the rest of my siblings haha. I can't get enough of the stuff. I've watched her make it also but I definitely couldn't do it freehand. I've got her meatballs down pat though. Add some angel hair pasta and it's easily my favorite meal of all time.

     
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