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Wednesday, February 17, 2010

F3 16/50 Breakfast of Chimp -ions -- I mean Champions!

My dad had a lot of nicknames (terms of endearment) for my sisters and I. One of them was knucklehead I, knucklehead II (that's me), and knucklehead III. My favorite nickname was monkey joe I (that's Barbara), monkey joe II (me again -- I think I have middle child syndrome), and monkey joe III (that's Pam). I really miss my dad -- and not a day goes by when I don't think of all the sacrifices he made for his family and country. Oooppppsss, welling up -- didn't mean to get blue writing this.

Ok -- back on track.

I'm not a breakfast food kindof girl. I like leftovers, you know, supper food (or is that dinner food -- I get confused because to me they are the same meal -- the evening meal).


Rick brought me back a souvenir from the NBA All Star Game in Dallas, Tx. What is it? Oh, a sample of Wheaties Fuel. I know, no hat, no tee-shirt??????  That's OK, he showers me with plenty of wonderful things!!!!

I digress (again).

I have to admit that it's pretty tasty (without milk -- gag don't like milk). It's almost like little bits and pieces of Snickerdoodle cookies.  If you are a cereal eater, check this one out -- it's  like dessert!

And finally -- onto what I consider the breakfast of chimp-ions (monkey joe II's of the world)!
A yummy burger!!!!!!

My son Nick sent me home with a  couple of doggie bags the other night from his cookout. He used ground pork and ground beef (equal mixture) and seasoned it with a packet of broccoli beef seasoning. He likes to experiment with food -- and I'm always willing to be a tester. BTW -- the burgers were great!

Uuuuummmmmmhhhh Nick, I need a refill!

So -- what do you have a hankering for at breakfast time???

Have a great Wednesday!

;~D  Frances

5 comments:

  1. Well I'll tell you one thing I don't have a hankering for at breakfast time ... burgers! LOL!

    I'm an english muffin with PB and veggie sausage girl, every day. Not to mention a good cup of joe to wash it down.

    Your dad sounds so sweet. I can tell you miss him. I'm sorry he isn't around anymore Frances. My heart goes out to you.

    Btw, have you tried Vanilla Soy? Oh my goodness is it yummy!

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  2. get out of here! rick went to the game. wow. we watched it on tv - and the night before. cool.

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  3. Damnation. Left a long comment that was pretty witty, in my opinion and lost it. Grr.

    Pancakes from a restaurant. They have to come from a restaurant because we cannot create them here at home. I don't know why, but we can't.

    That, and coffee, which I do not see as strictly a breakfast food.

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  4. Sharon, thanks for the kind words! -- Vanilla soy???? Do you put that in your coffee? I haven't grown up yet -- and can't quite bring myself to drink a real cup of joe. Now - Starbucks -- I'm all over the mocha!!!

    Valerie -- Yep, he and his son Seth went. I almost fell over when I heard what the entertainment was. Usher, Alicia Keys, Shakira. Rats, double rats!!!!

    Ok -- CG -- I'm sure I'd have been rolling with your witty comment. Maybe it will come to you later -- then you can tell me! I do kindof drool when IHOP has there all you can eat pancakes special. Then I get there -- and fours about all I can shovel down!!! Rick's dad used to drink coffee all day long -- even in the summer. Can't quite get the hot drinks on 100+ days.

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  5. Vanilla soy is good on cereal or in place of milk during a meal. No coffee? I'm always amazed when someone tells me that. I do love a good Mocha too!!!

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