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Thaiphoon

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   Jeff , you never had soldiers .


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I dont know what sounds worse, eating soldiers or eating faggots  ???


Offline Alfie

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As a young lad, I used to eat soldiers but they weren't toasted - they were just slices of bread cut up into strips ("soldiers"). With boiled eggs the soldiers would be bread and butter but at other times I would have Marmite soldiers.
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   Jeff , you never had soldiers .


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Nope. I've had toast but never cut it in to strips before. It's not a bad idea for children who want to dip it in their soft boiled egg and have bit of fun. I will try it with my six year old daughter and see what she thinks.


Toddy

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That is precisely what they are for Jeff1!!!  ;D
« Last Edit: September 12, 2011, 05:10:24 PM by Toddy »


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And because of the picture of a boiled egg with toasted soldiers, that's exactly what I had for breakfast this morning, thanks TP for the auto suggestion.
If at first you don't succeed you are clearly not cut out for it. Give up and move on.


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That is precisely what they are for Jeff1!!!  ;D




I'll get this English food figured out yet.



lozz

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I like Moo ping (Grilled pork on a stick) with kao niew (sticky rice)

I like muesli too, but the fruit version.

Some days, most days in fact I stupidly have nothing. Then I eat crap late at night. It is ruinous for ones BMI. Don't do it!!


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2 fried eggs sunny sunny side up; 2 pieces of ham and 2 or 3 strips of bacon; and bread if available with a hot cup of coffee is breakfast on Sundays;

choice of ham/cheese sandwich or crackers with butter with a cup of coffee; porridge available from Thursdays to Sundays; no more fried doughs since the seller is no longer selling;

buffet breakfast at hotels if friend is visiting Bangkok;

does anyone cooks for breakfast ?

if there is cooking section I could post my recipe for porridge with nuts and dried fish;
for porridge use 100% Jasmine broken rice;
salted eggs and preserved vegetables also go very well with plain porridge or boiled rice;
for boiled rice, use full grain rice


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want to have eggs and bacon while in a hotel ?

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mxyzptlk

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2 fried eggs, 4-5 bits of bacon, 2 sausages, 2 (big) bits black pud, baked beans, toast, juice & coffee
Thats what I like


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Do you eat that everyday, mxyzptlk?
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mxyzptlk

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No, just now and again. I usually have either 4 bits of bacon or a couple of sausages in a sandwich with juice & coffee.
If I ate the full monty everyday, I'd need to take about 5 simvastatin tablets each day instead of one.....LOL


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Try this...Isaan morning meal.
You can do it at home. It's easy and deliciuos.
Or you go to a shop name fresh milk opposite of Chaopraya Inn on Chomsurangyat Rd very early morning.


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Thaiphoon

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waterheart , that looks very nice , but real Farangs like a Big One  ;D


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Try this...Isaan morning meal.
You can do it at home. It's easy and deliciuos.
Or you go to a shop name fresh milk opposite of Chaopraya Inn on Chomsurangyat Rd very early morning.


Hi Waterheart
I have been there many times. The coffee there is lovely and the orange juice is always pure juice freshly squeezed.
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Thaiphoon

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Thaiphoon

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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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Toddy

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Do you eat that everyday, mxyzptlk?

Heart attack on a plate if you did!!

Cholesterol? That's what Scottish people eat. (Alan Partridge)  ;D ;D