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    Re: What's for Breakfast - Chapter 3

    a little teensy cup of take-the-skin-off-you-teeth strong coffee and a warm croissant
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    Re: What's for Breakfast - Chapter 3

    Beignets des fleurs d'accacia.
    (Kiawe flower fritters)

    Mix two cups of flour and a pinch of salt into a bowl, make a well in the flour. Into the well, put two egg yolks, two tablespoons of oil,...
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    Re: What's for Breakfast - Chapter 3

    Spanish Hot Chocolate.

    In a saucepan, mix together Two heaping tablespoons each of cornstarch, unsweetened cocoa, and sugar. Slowly pour in two liters of milk, stirring constantly. Add two bars of...
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    Re: What's for Breakfast - Chapter 3

    Little yellow Mirabelle plums from the tree in the garden. Followed by freshly pulled up carrots. And handfuls of red raspberries.
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    Re: What's for Breakfast - Chapter 3

    A flaky croissant and a glass of orange juice.
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    Re: What's for Breakfast - Chapter 3

    $22.79 is a ridiculous price for a breakfast.

    This morning I am being taken to a local café for coffee and a croissant by a friend. That, too, is ridiculously priced, at two and a half euros...
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    Re: What's for Breakfast - Chapter 3

    Hot cocoa with Jameson's in it and a toasted baguette with sweet butter and strawberry jam.
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    Re: What's for Breakfast - Chapter 2

    Hospital? You ok?

    'Battered'?! You deepfry English muffins?!
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    Re: What's for Breakfast - Chapter 2

    Croissants with sweet butter and redcurrant jam, hot cocoa with a splash of Jameson's.
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    Re: What's for Breakfast - Chapter 2

    Cheap and nasty cold ready-made lasagne.
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    Re: What's for Breakfast - Chapter 2

    Mmmm! Braeburn apples are THE best!
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    Re: What's for Breakfast - Chapter 2

    A freshly baked, crisp baguette, spread with sweet butter and topped with homemade tart plum jam. Orange juice.
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