Eat Breakfast for Dinner

Tonight you are cordially invited to join me and millions of other bloggers in eating Breakfast for Dinner! Don't know what I'm talking about? Get with the program! I'll be serving pancakes and scrambled eggs with coffee. Tastee.

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Blogger Steve DeGroof said...

Could I have mine sunny-side-up?

10/2/06 14:26  
Blogger Steve DeGroof said...

Wait a minute! I just realized that this was your blog and not Tara's. You're just trying to confuse me, aren't you.

10/2/06 16:19  
Blogger Tara said...

It's sad that I was confused as well and I had to check my own blog to make sure. I think I'll have a bowl of cereal.

10/2/06 18:53  
Blogger J.a.G. said...

I love breakfast for dinner, especially french toast- yum.

10/2/06 20:01  
Blogger Steve DeGroof said...

I had a burger. I let everyone down. Sorry.

10/2/06 22:24  
Blogger gnomethang said...

That ain't breakfast!
Full English, please!

11/2/06 17:55  
Blogger k_sra said...

I actually failed too, Steve and had Thai cuisine. AND I AIN'T SORRY! :P

12/2/06 15:16  
Blogger honestus said...

I love Thai... especially Pad Thai!

I follow the Breakfast rule quite often.

Eggs over medium - rye toast. Though i'm somewhat of an omelette kind of man... and a good belgian waffle with whip cream and strawberries. Oh, that's just good! =P

13/2/06 09:06  
Blogger Worldgineer said...

I love breakfast for dinner, but for some reason can't handle dinner for breakfast. Odd, that.

13/2/06 14:25  
Blogger k_sra said...

No shame in that, World, who'd want spaghetti and meatballs for breakfast? Not I, said the fly in the sty. And if we are talking five course meals, nobody has time for those in the morning anyways. I mean really. I barely have time to choke down a piece of marmite toast.

pygwrll: A new breakfast shake made from the other white meat.

13/2/06 14:40  
Blogger El Fid said...

honny, a fellow rye toast lover, sniff, I knew I wans't the one...

13/2/06 16:02  
Blogger honestus said...

el fid - us rye toasters have to join forces and fight the evil forces of italian, sourdough and the ever popular, multigrain.

the most important question to know before embarking on our quest is... seeds or no?

13/2/06 19:15  
Blogger Tara said...

join forces and fight the evil forces of italian, sourdough and the ever popular, multigrain.

This reminds me of something that happened awhile ago. I need to post it.

14/2/06 10:08  

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