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Fan Of … Breakfast Food

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Fan Of … Breakfast Food

Fan Of… #29 — Waterfowl

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You could say I am a big fan of all kinds of breakfast foods.

I like eggs fixed all kinds of ways, bacon, cereal, toast, jellies and fruits, and pancakes.

I could eat breakfast foods for every meal, and be happy about it. 🙂

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  • Breakfast plate of eggs, bacon, toast, & jelly and a cup of milk (and of course a book to read)
  • A bunch of eggs from my cousin’s chickens (white eggs, brown ones, and blue ones)
  • 2 apples, a cherry and a banana arranged in a smile
  • Pancakes shaped like Micky Mouse

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Egg – NanoPoblano – Day 5

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Egg – NanoPoblano – Day 5

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It’s approaching that time again

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Today, for NanoPoblano, I’m combining it with the Daily Post prompt, which is ‘egg’.

What’s to say about eggs? You either like them or you don’t. Maybe you like them only cooked a certain way, and would never eat one cooked a different way. For me, I like them any which way.

Now, I wouldn’t want one to be raw. I have seen where people will slurp one down, maybe in a drink or something. That’s just not appealing to me.

Wasn’t there a commercial about eggs that went something like, the incredible/edible egg? They are pretty easy to cook, and to use in recipes.

Most times we have eggs for breakfast, along with bacon or sausage, and toast or biscuits.

I like them scrambled, fried, boiled, poached, and even deviled. We made egg & bacon burritos this morning, too.

Here’s some photos of eggs: one that got broken still in the carton, a flat container of eggs that I’d gotten from my cousin’s farm chickens, and an egg with a double yolk, that we were frying.

Of course there’s a chicken photo, too. 🙂

If you like eggs, how do you like them fixed?

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Also for the Daily Post: Egg

https://dailypost.wordpress.com/prompts/egg/

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19 SOMETHIN’ SEPTEMBER CHALLENGE – DAY # 3

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19 SOMETHIN’ SEPTEMBER CHALLENGE – DAY # 3 19-somethin_sidebar_button

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Q – Did you ever take something apart just to see how it worked or what was inside it? What did you find in there?

I’m sure I’ve taken some things apart before, but can’t think of anything specific. So…here’s a couple I take apart or open on a pretty much daily basis. I crack open a book every day, to see what’s written inside there. Here’s what I’ve found in every single book…words, sentences, paragraphs, and occasionally a picture.  I also take apart some eggs for breakfast. I crack them open, and guess what…there’s a yellow yolk in there every time. Never saw an egg without a yolk. One time though, the mister cracked open one and he said there was a forming baby chicken in there. That creeps me out, so I choose to believe he was just teasing. I sure didn’t want to see it, if it was true.

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Back when I was a kid, me and my cousin and sister used to cut open golf balls. That was a lot of fun. We’d take a knife and cut, cut, cut, until all these rubber band things would spring out at us. There sure were a lot of compressed rubber band strings inside a golf ball. It would make a crackly noise as they unfurled all over the place, while we screamed and laughed. When that got all done, there was a little rubber ball left inside. We’d take that one to play our games of jacks with. 🙂 Not sure if golf balls are made that way anymore.

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Now, without taking these next ones apart, I know what is inside a digital adding machine, or well, not sure really what it was used for, maybe many things. You know those little numbers that light up when you turn on a calculator or something. Well, I had a job at Texas Instruments in the ‘light up’ department. We’d have to light up each and every tiny little number diode, one at a time on a special machine. It would light up the number and we could tell if the number was good (showing all the parts of it) or not. We had to keep a tally of how many we did in an hour. I got pretty fast at it, several hundred, I think. So, I saw inside those things the numbers were made for, before it was made.

Along the same lines, I worked at Litton Industries making wiring harnesses. We’d get a diagram, and the kind of wires we needed to use for a particular one, and we’d cut and strip the wires, measure, and put them all together like it said. Then we’d solder them and more diodes too the board. These were used in things like microwaves, space rockets, and all sorts of things.

So, I’ve seen the inside of a few different things in the past. 🙂

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© 2016 BS

SOCS – STREAM OF CONSCIOUSNESS SATURDAY – EGG

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For today’s SOCS we have the prompt word …egg.

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The Friday Reminder and Prompt for #SoCS March 19/16

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Just the word egg today. I like eggs a lot. I can eat them for breakfast, for lunch, and for supper. I don’t get tired of them at all. I guess they’d be what I call comfort food. I like them any which way they are cooked. I’ve been hankering for some deviled eggs lately, too.

I had an egg this  morning. We went to IHOP, where they make eggs, and pancakes, and lots of other stuff that is good to eat. There is another restaurant we go to sometimes to eat eggs. It’s name is “The Egg and I”, and their food is good. I get an egg and Belgian waffle when I go there. Oh, bacon or ham, but not sausage. Restaurant coffee is good, too, so I get coffee at IHOP, but get a Coke at The Egg and I…I don’t know why.

My cousin has a small farm, where he raises chickens and turkeys. Sometimes we get eggs from there. They are all kinds of chickens, so the eggs are all kinds of sizes and colors. Here’s a picture of one of the chickens, and a flat of the eggs. 🙂

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Here’s a funny story that happened back in 1979. I traveled to Japan right after Easter. The kids had some leftover candy Easter eggs, so I packed them in the suitcase. Well, when we went through customs their at the airport, it caused a commotion with the Japanese custom officials. The candy was wrapped in tin foil, and it had to be unwrapped and explained what these candy eggs were. I kept saying they are Easter eggs, but guess they didn’t understand? Finally, I just said ‘candy’, and that was ok then, and I got cleared to enter the country! Haha 😉

Well, that’s it for now about eggs. If I happen to remember some more about eggs, I’ll be sure to let you know!

Have a great weekend…and some eggs!

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