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Old 12-21-2008, 04:20 PM
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And now for my British breakfast favorites...

I order British breakfast sausages on-line every so often. I like to eat them with HP Brown Sauce. Of course, like all fans of HP sauce I am still reeling from it's manufacture being moved from the UK to The Netherlands. It still tastes good though.
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Old 12-21-2008, 05:26 PM
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Yep, I remember that well. I'll have to try that one with the boys (maybe over mashed potatoes instead of toast).
I guess you also remember the sloppy joe kind of stuff the Navy served at breakfast. I would get that too. In fact, a few times a year I'll have leftover Manwich on toast for breakfast.
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Oh yes, I remember it well. What I liked best though I was only able to get at the chow hall in Iceland. Some kind of hash, and unfortunately I never had the presence of mind to ask how it was made or even what was in it(comes from being 17 I suppose). I also greatly enjoyed the fish and chips they served at the USO in Iceland (wouldn't eat it for breakfast, though).
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I encountered Congee here and there in my far east travels and military postings. It was usually very good and soothing - just the thing for a young Marine with a hangover.
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I love congee. I like the little scallions and whatnot served as toppings, even for breakfast.

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Lawd! Now I am lost! A simple country breakfast for me. I have never heard of doctoring up sausage gravy with additional herbs. That might have helped the Squirrel gravy I had when I was little though.

Grits are not my favorite either, I just happened to have some left from accomodating a visitor. I much prefer cream of wheat or oatmeal. Grits are one southern traditional food that I do some doctoring on.

A Grand Slam from Denny's basically fills me up and I skip lunch, and opt for a "Big Salad" for dinner.

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