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Toddy

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E up Lad . its a real blokes brekkie , just right Lad 4 u go down the Pit  ;D

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melyianna

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i had never heard of "soldiers" or "faggots" until joining this forum.
american breakfasts pale in comparison i'm afraid.

thai husband almost always cooks me breakfast which generally means some sort of thai food i would rather think of as "lunch" or "dinner" but ah well... i'm just happy to not have to cook it myself.  ;D and generally... we don't eat "breakfast" until about 11am so i guess it really is more of a "brunch" than anything.

while staying in bangkok last week, our hotel had a nice breakfast buffet with custom omlets, a variety of bread and fruit, rice, thai dishes, yogurt, cereal, sausages, ham and chicken bologna. it was lovely.

breakfast was my favorite meal of the day in the states and i miss it.

i need to get a waffle iron and teach thai husband how to use it. i love waffles.


Offline sulasno

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flour (2 types), eggs and a good mixer is what you need to make waffles :-)


melyianna

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flour (2 types), eggs and a good mixer is what you need to make waffles :-)

right. i can make waffle mix. i just don't have a waffle iron. without a waffle iron, waffle mix is just pancakes.


Offline sulasno

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I'm sure The Mall sells them;

isn't fried dough for breakfast available in Korat ?


Offline Alfie

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I'm sure The Mall sells them;

isn't fried dough for breakfast available in Korat ?

Yes, it is. There's plenty of that around these parts but I'm not really a fan of it.
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melyianna

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I'm sure The Mall sells them;

isn't fried dough for breakfast available in Korat ?

probably. but thai waffles often aren't quite the same as what i would make at home.
and i don't live in the city anyhow, even if they were available.


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I like muesli too, but the fruit version.

The original Birchermuesli: so healthy, so tasty, and so easy to prepare! http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Birchermuesli#Original_Bircher-Benner_muesli_recipe
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