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    Thesedays I have yoghurt, fruit and a banana shake for breakfast almost every day, but occasionally on Sunday including today I have the Irish breakfast which includes eggs, sausage, bacon, baked beans, fried toms, toast [brown bread], potato cakes and a cup of fresh coffee.

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    The dream breakfast (which I have not seen in LOS)

    Hash browns with peppers and onions
    2-3 eggs over easy
    2-3 pieces of toast with butter
    4 strips of bacon
    4 sausages
    a nice steak (medium rare) OR a good chicken-fried steak with extra gravy
    3-4 cups of GOOD coffee (right now, it's Laosian)

    That was a regular Sunday mornng breakfast for me in the USA. I haven't had a breakfast like that in over 2 years. Of course missing out on a fattening production like that has helped me lose a few kilos. Personally, I'd rather have the breakfast.

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    What are spuds?

    Another favorite of mine and very doable here is oatmeal, with banana and little coconut. Mmm.
    Only a pity the milk here is always sterilized which gives it a strange taste. I am used to fresh milk, but i can't seems to get that here.

    I see many mentioned baked beans. ?? Is that the white beans in tomato sauce variety which i can appreciate or the brown or kidney ones?

    I am from the Netherlands and while there is not much of a "dutch" kitchen we do have a lot of variety in breakfasts.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wangsuda
    Hash browns with peppers and onions
    2-3 eggs over easy
    2-3 pieces of toast with butter
    4 strips of bacon
    4 sausages
    a nice steak (medium rare) OR a good chicken-fried steak with extra gravy
    3-4 cups of GOOD coffee
    ........available in most Las Vegas casinos (12 midnight to 6:00am) for only 99 cents.

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    What are spuds?
    English "slang" for potatoes.

    Quote Originally Posted by lamai
    I see many mentioned baked beans. ?? Is that the white beans in tomato sauce variety which i can appreciate or the brown or kidney ones?
    Usually small white beans, slow baked for hours in a sauce containing tomato paste, bacon, brown sugar, molasses and spices. (Also commonly referred to as "Boston Baked Beans".) Mmmm..good!

    My favorite breakfast:
    Small glass fresh squeezed Orange juice
    Porrage (hot Oatmeal) w/fresh sliced peaches, brown sugar and cream
    2 Poached eggs
    4-6 slices of bacon (preferably Canadian back bacon)
    2 Blueberry pancakes w/butter and hot real maple syrup
    2 Slices toast w/butter and Rasberry preserves
    2 Cups Columbian "Supremo" coffee


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    Croisonts warm and buttery,on a lovely nude ladies belly!

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    There
    Sunday mornin'
    two smokes before i get out of bed
    A pot of medium roast Kona coffe
    3 eggs over easy
    Country sausage,
    hashbrowns
    Country Gravy
    Sourdough toast drippin' with butter.
    Tomato Juice, with lemon and ice, slated and peppered.

    every other day:
    Two smokes, two cups of coffee

    Here:
    jok or Khaow Tom
    sometimes (rare) a baguette with butter

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    two soi dogs on toasted rye.
    Went to the north of England last week, I was up near Cambridge

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    Mueslie that i make myself from tesco lotus - keeps me regular and full - with fresh yoghurt or as close as I can get

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    Today, I had the Bull's Head Cornish pasty, chips, peas & gravy for brekkers (well brunch really). I'm feeling a tad full...

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    Where I work sometimes (today for example) - In SCB Plaza (not too far from Krazee Kenkanniff) - they have a special which is 2 bacon, 2 slice tomato, fried egg and a large cheese croissant and a big mug of decent real coffee and water and a read of there papers for 70 Baht... A quid!

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    Here (UK):
    A handful of cig's and two cups of strong sweet tea.
    Home (Thailand):
    The same supplemented with a Saturday treat of a huge fry-up.
    With extra bubble.
    There is nothing like a full, and I mean FULL, English breakfast!
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    1 large coffee, black
    1 large glass of fresh orange juice
    1 pint of nice cold ice cold milk

    2 fried eggs on one piece of toast
    1/2 can of beans on another piece of toast
    2 thick English sausages
    4 rashers of bacon (two is never enough)
    2 pieces of fried bread
    fill all available remaining space on an over-sized plate with big fat chips

    + liberal helpings of ground black pepper & HP sauce

    Magic.
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    2 slices of thick gammon rashers
    2 fat lincolnshire sausages
    2 tinned plum tomatos
    sauteed garlic mushrooms
    fried sliced potatoes made from cold boiled potatoes
    3 thick slices of black pudding
    1 fried white slice cooked in the bacon fat
    two poached eggs

    with freshly squeezed grapefruit juice
    strong hot java coffee

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    Huevo's Ranchero's, refried beans and fried bananas.
    or
    Corned beef hash with two poached eggs and a yellow mango
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    I'll have all of the above starting from post one!

    Know any good places for breakfast in BKK near Siam, SaphanKwai, or Sukumvit?
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