Discussion in 'suburban75' started by soulman, Nov 19, 2008.
Beware!! I will be seriously curbing nostril rummaging from now on!
I don't pick my nose that often but absolutely have to when I get one of those hardened crusty bogies stuck to the inside. They're so annoying - and hoiking it out is very satisfying.
I didn't have any sausages to hand for a traditional FEB bean barrier, so I improvised. I'm a maverick like that - I don't play by the rules but I get results!
You should have had some hash browns - they make much better bean dams.
It's a colleague's birthday and she's brought in much cheese and pate so I'm currently feasting on that. I may be about to over do it.
Cheese again. Overdone it again.
Two rounds of cheese sandwiches, followed by two red-fleshed apples. The apples are a bit odd and off-putting having red flesh all the way through to the core. The core is the normal apple colour, so no idea how they managed to create this weird fruit.
It's always aliens.
Banana, pear, walnuts, yoghurt.
Sausage sandwich on white bloomer with ketchup and sriracha.
Porridge with cinnamon and honey. It's too runny for my taste. I need to work on quanitities.
Rebelda.....I like my porridge made with milk. Does the cooking apple you put in yours fluff up and make it go creamy?
I'm having croissants, freshly cooked, with York ham.
Rustic veg soup with an apple for afters.
One part oats to two water is what I always use. Add a pinch of salt to taste. Adding honey might make it runnier though, so increasing the quantity of oats should do the trick.
Not really but I hate milk so I've no idea. Don't think I've ever had porridge made with milk! Bleurgh, sorry
Weetabix with hot milk and 2 cups of coffee
Totally agree - porridge is horrible made with milk.
Cheese butties for breakfast number one.
A “mega breakfast” and a black coffee
Rebelda farmerbarleymow Porridge made with water just tastes like misery to me. I've always had it made with milk so I guess it's what you're used to.
Just had a fried egg sandwich and 2 mugs of tea.
Tin of chopped tomatoes, half a pound of baby broad beans, chilli flakes and olive oil.
Brown soda bread, toasted and covered in butter .. with some lovely Effin vintage cheddar and a big mug of coffee.
Oats, milk and blueberries. Two cups of coffee.
Halloumi, chorizo and sweet potato hash, with steamed chard.
I'm having a cheeseburger at Burger King in Colliers Wood. I know how to live.
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