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A cast iron stomach it is you have, when this is your Sunday morning breakfast.

Discussion in 'Bad Dog Cafe' started by Toto'sDad, Apr 18, 2021.

  1. kbold

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    Neighbor's cat is a regular visitor. I have been trained that sardines in tomato sauce is the best (no water or olive oil thank you).
    Being a slow learner, I am learning that if the milk offered is rejected, sardines are in order.
    She gets two .... allows me the other two.
    A very gracious and caring cat. Thankful I am.
     
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  2. El Tele Lobo

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    For the Jedi it is time to eat as well! Ye-esssss!!! Mmmmnrrrggrrrmmm!!!
     
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  3. Toto'sDad

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    I could go for that kind of breakfast too, but I ain't going to until that scale comes back down a little dab. I'm pretty sure Johnny and Waylon both ended up with diabetes, I think I'm gonna try to avoid that if I can.
     
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    Yeah, but you can't hardly smell or taste cheerios until you put something on them.
     
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  5. Toto'sDad

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    They ARE bait!
     
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    I used to work with a guy who could eat a whole fresh Habanero like it was an apple. I'll bet his old lady had to iron a patch on his underwear every time she did the laundry.
     
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    Because I want my stomach behind my belt, instead of hanging over it. :D
     
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    It's the flavour of the sea.

    If you don't dig, I can't help.
     
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    Yeah but i doubt that was too much of a factor when you consider the other stuff. Not to mention the possibility of genetic pre-disposition.
     
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  10. Toto'sDad

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    Nope, I ain't drinking no beer, me and old Jack Daniels quit riding the trail together going on twenty four years ago. One beer, and I'd be back over at his place asking him if he wanted to go for a ride in a Crown Victoria. Old Jack really liked riding in them cars with flashing lights on the top of 'em. :lol::lol:
     
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    Sorry, but ugh. Today, I did a 20 mile bike ride (12 miles at a race pace), got off the bike and ran 3 miles in the high 80's. My breakfast was a cashew strawberry yogurt and an apple. A much healthier meal that smells 100% better.
     
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  12. Jared Purdy

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    My wife would be more than happy to join you for a breakfast of sardines. She loves them! She's originally from Jamaica and they store canned sardines (and SPAM, and a lot of other canned goods) in the event of a hurricane. "Hurricane food" brings back very fond memories of her childhood there.

    We have a lot in our cupboard. If your grocer is running low, message me, I can help. And no, they are not cleaned. I like the ones with jalapeño. She likes those ones you're eating with tomato sauce. Bon appetit!
     
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  13. Toto'sDad

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    I never did the other stuff, but did plenty of alcohol, which I no longer do. I've seen heavy set people with diabetes that never drank anything stronger than iced tea.
     
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    A tin of sardines and a black coffee will turbocharge your day and can cut a hangover in half.

    Tinned fish-centric restaurants are a thing. We had a bunch spring up in Boston in the last 5 years.

    Trader Joe’s has great prices on gourmet sardines. 1/2 the price of Wholefoods.
     
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  15. Toto'sDad

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    I used to do that biking and running, my reward was an artificial hip. No thank you.
     
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    I disagree. :lol::lol:

    I'm with you bubba. Though I prefer pancakes from a cast iron griddle with fresh homemade whipped cream and fresh strawberries, lightly salted Bacon cooked the same cast iron griddle, and Biscuits from a griddle and Gravy from a Dutch Oven all cooked over an open fire. Chased down with a glass of either fresh milk or cold clear water... Now I'm hungry...guess I'll have to go start a fire and get the pans going so I can make something to eat.
     
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    Actually, I always keep a store of sardines, herring, and spam on hand in the cupboard just in case something does interrupt the food supply chain. Never know when some yahoo might get his boat stuck in a canal somewhere!
     
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    I am a fan of kippered herring on toast for the occasional breakfast, as long as I clear out the mess and wash/get the container outside before my wife gets to the kitchen...
    Now what's interesting is how Brunswick Seafoods has recently changed the label from "Herring Fillets" to "Sardine Fillets"!! Same stuff inside but the label got to me...

    I contacted the company about this, and they replied "We use Clupea harengus species in our sardines and sardine snacks and it has several common names, herring and sardines. We changed the common names for our products to sardines however it is the same fish species." Weird as 'sardine fillets' is a lot less appealing than 'herring fillets'!!!
     

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    sardines with the mustard, love 'em

    sometimes I get cravings

    maybe the body knows what it's missing
     
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    yummy...
     
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