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Are you a breakfast person? What's your go-to breakfast?

For me, breakfast runs the full gamut--I can happily have basically nothing, a cup of coffee on its own, maybe a piece of toast & vegemite, or I can go the full breakfast fry-up or a big arse burrito or get into something swanky that inevitably involves some new way of smashing avocado up and pretending it's novel. ;)

I love changing it up, especially when someone recommends something I haven't tried, be it a recipe or breakfast cafe/restaurant. :yes:

Post up pics & recipe (if you want) of your favourite breakfast fetish of late...

I'm kicking things off with one of my faves... mushrooms (fried up in butter) on toast... so simple, so good! 

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I love the German Pancake, personally (sometimes called a "Dutch Baby"). I learned to love it at Walker Brothers (get the plain, not the apple - don't let anywhere tell you differently) in the Ch

Every Friday morning, I make breakfast for all my employees and have been doing so for about 3 or 4 years now. Simple stuff, mostly sausage, egg, tomato scrambles with fresh baked bread and some

Nothing gets me ready for the day like a pound of bacon in a styrofoam container.  

I’ll post pictures tomorrow but I start with a pot of French press coffee about 6:00 and have a berry and yogurt smoothie about 9:30.

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This thread looks like a Iron Chef cook off! I’m actually getting hungry...

I have never been a breakfast guy. I’m with @Fuzz on this one.  It’s usually Black coffee pour over and as of late, a CC. Thanks for all the pics and recipes. 

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  Got up a little earlier so I could make some soda bread. I still don't think you can beat a better combo than homemade bread and scrambled eggs, I've been making my own butter recently too and don't think I'll ever go back; such a big difference.

  A banana with natural yoghurt and some local honey on the side 

 Tea with a slosh of whisky :lookaround:

 

 

 

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Neat topic - I love seeing the variety across the globe.  I'm heading back to keto soon to get back to fighting weight, so splurged and did chocolate chip pancakes for the kids and grabbed a few for myself!  Coffee is an Americano with some cream.  

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Love this bread....at $9 a loaf must be good. Toasted butter and the right jam. Was going to use the Opus x for the unique cigar thread ..so I threw it in here 

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622C7E29-97D2-4911-B4A7-2FAD93F02118.thumb.jpeg.dd801f253612d8a63ce545d9c1f67f0f.jpegI never grew up eating pancakes.  My dad made French toast.  But my son seems to like pancakes and I enjoy the care and routine.  I certainly didn’t invent this recipe nor is it a long standing family heirloom.  It’s basically J Kenji Lopez Alt’s recipe.  His book, The Food Lab, is one of my essentials.  I like showing my son how to separate eggs, whip separately, describing the difference between baking soda and baking powder.  Now it’s just a weekend ritual.  622C7E29-97D2-4911-B4A7-2FAD93F02118.thumb.jpeg.dd801f253612d8a63ce545d9c1f67f0f.jpeg

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This was my breakfast today after 2 days of booze abuse to thyself !
Helped a lot maybe a good investment ...
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