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    pancakes with golden syrup.

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    I enjoyed some

    Corn Flour, Sugar, Oat Flour, Brown Sugar, Palm and/or Coconut Oil, Salt, Reduced Iron, Yellow 5, Niacinamide*, Zinc Oxide, Yellow 6, Thiamin Mononitrate*, BHT (a preservative), Pyridoxine Hydrochloride*, Riboflavin*, Folic Acid*.

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    are you eating those individually, then jumping to mix it together?


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    Every once in a while I have the special treat of breakfast for dinner.

    I'm having kind of a huevos rancheros, eggs and red chile (I just made a batch, yum) over hash browns on a toasted buttered flour tortilla, shredded cheddar on top.

    In addition, the red chile sauce with melted cheese is about the best dip for chips I've ever had

    Pic similar, but no beans for me


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    I hope you put on a clean white shirt before tackling that.

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    ^ Quite a valid point, as if you get red chile on your clothes it leaves a permanent stain. I can attest to that.

    But it's so good..

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    I'll have the banana split


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    I had these things:



    Ugh. As they baked I noticed my house starting to smell like rotten beer. At first I thought somehow me or a guest had let a hidden open beer sit and actually looked around for one. Nope.
    I zeroed on the oven, opened it and wham that smell is nasty. I couldn't even look at the bites, threw them away and got them out of the house.

    I opened the doors to let smell out of the house; I don't know how I'll get the smell out of my oven, hopefully it goes away.

    I guess beer battered stuff is not for me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BondJmsBond View Post
    I guess beer battered stuff is not for me.
    perhaps The Powers That Be are trying to nudge you towards freshly
    made b-batter, fish bollocks or otherwise, so as to fully appreciate the
    crispiness that comes from carbonation (which is unlikely to remain in
    something cooked and reheated).

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    We kept it simple tonight: Breakfast for Dinner.

    Scrambled eggs, hash browns, bacon and toast.
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