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#31 Thu 06 Dec 12 8:27am

hippytea

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Occupation Chief cook and bottle-washer
From Scotland
Member since Mon 12 Sep 11

Re: Christmas Breakfast

@nGoose1 wrote:

Fruit, healthy for children a good idea, not cakes?

But it's Christmas! Anyway neither pancakes nor Welsh cakes are really "cakes" in the strict sense of the word.

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#32 Thu 06 Dec 12 10:16am

Grandmadamada

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Re: Christmas Breakfast

my londoner nipotina celebrated her 7 months with porridge and banana breakfast but she knows perfectly well when I talk to her in friulano and smiles politely, I suspect that when she jokes it's in English, when she laughs loudly it's in Spanish, when she eats properly and with gusto it's fully Italian
thumbsup  lol  wink

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#33 Thu 06 Dec 12 12:35pm

BritFinn

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Member since Thu 26 Aug 10

Re: Christmas Breakfast

Grand_Ma wrote:

my londoner nipotina celebrated her 7 months with porridge and banana breakfast but she knows perfectly well when I talk to her in friulano and smiles politely, I suspect that when she jokes it's in English, when she laughs loudly it's in Spanish, when she eats properly and with gusto it's fully Italian
thumbsup  lol  wink

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#34 Thu 06 Dec 12 5:08pm

nadia-ana-louis

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Occupation Au pair
From Gavle, Sweden
Member since Fri 30 Nov 12

Re: Christmas Breakfast

Ginger bread! not the biscuit type. Use Jamies basic bread recipie then grate lots of fresh ginger and ground ginger into it, some sultanas and dried fruits. Any warm spices will be nice, cinnamon or nutmeg.
When i think of christmas-
Breakfast foods that are a treat and indulgment. Flapjacks or chocolate croissants. Or maybe sausage and eggs ( you can tell them that there Santa-sausages smile haa.
This is a hard one- best of luck smile xxx

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#35 Thu 06 Dec 12 5:09pm

MsPablo

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Re: Christmas Breakfast

gingerbread is a lovely idea! thumbsup

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#36 Thu 06 Dec 12 5:27pm

Miss Twain

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From Montreux (VD), Switzerland
Member since Sun 06 Feb 11

Re: Christmas Breakfast

Hummm, good question... Don't know yet what I'll do for Christmas Breakfast, and if I'll do one... Wait and see... It will mainly depend of the mood of the day !!! big_smile

Last edited by Miss Twain (Thu 06 Dec 12 5:27pm)

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#37 Tue 11 Dec 12 10:30pm

JerryR

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Member since Tue 20 Nov 12

Re: Christmas Breakfast

wildly organic wrote:

what is a bacon sandwich? is it bacon and toasted bread?  smile

A bacon sandwich  is a sandwich of cooked bacon, usually containing butter or margarine, often including ketchup or brown sauce, and usually served hot. some of the additional ingredients of lettuce and tomato.
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#38 Tue 11 Dec 12 11:16pm

hippytea

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Occupation Chief cook and bottle-washer
From Scotland
Member since Mon 12 Sep 11

Re: Christmas Breakfast

Yeah, it's just not the same with raw bacon.

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#39 Tue 18 Dec 12 9:16pm

@nGoose1

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Member since Wed 28 Oct 09

Re: Christmas Breakfast

A whole selection box courtesy of Cadburys/Kraft
or
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KHG9WAqAE_Q

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#40 Wed 19 Dec 12 8:29am

Thistledo

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From English immigrant in S. Wales
Member since Fri 07 Dec 12

Re: Christmas Breakfast

For me?  Scottish black pudding, bacon, tomato and poached egg.  There again, it maybe toast and marmalade.  Have to keep a good space in the tum for the dinner. dribble

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