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(3,066 posts)
Sat Feb 23, 2013, 12:02 PM Feb 2013

So what's for breakfast?

Mine was a mix of scrambled eggs, peppers, onions, chopped bacon, lots of cheddar cheese and a splash of salsa wrapped in a tortilla with coffee and bagel with cream cheese.

Now I'm off to South Beach for the Wine and Food Festival

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So what's for breakfast? (Original Post) Callmecrazy Feb 2013 OP
have fun In_The_Wind Feb 2013 #1
Have a great time! Sekhmets Daughter Feb 2013 #2
Thanks I will... Callmecrazy Feb 2013 #3
! In_The_Wind Feb 2013 #4
The usual Loryn Feb 2013 #5
Had an insane craving for a "hard roll with budda" LiberalEsto Feb 2013 #6
You're right Callmecrazy Feb 2013 #7
The Italian bread too LiberalEsto Feb 2013 #8
whole wheat toast libodem Feb 2013 #9


(22,845 posts)
6. Had an insane craving for a "hard roll with budda"
Sat Feb 23, 2013, 12:47 PM
Feb 2013

and picked up a couple of what passes for hard rolls in Maryland, hoping they had improved since the last time I tried it a few years ago.

No such luck. The roll tasted like cardboard and even though it felt hard on the outside, the texture was all wrong.

Why is it that despite living in Maryland for 23 years, I still can't find a decent hard roll? Why can't they figure out how to make a decent hard roll like the ones in NJ?

A buttered hard roll is a typical quick breakfast in NJ and NYC


(3,066 posts)
7. You're right
Sat Feb 23, 2013, 12:54 PM
Feb 2013

I lived in NJ for ten years and I think I miss the rolls the most.
I didn't think anyone else noticed.



(22,845 posts)
8. The Italian bread too
Sat Feb 23, 2013, 12:56 PM
Feb 2013

We go up to NJ a couple of times a year to visit my husband's family. When we're there we eat NORMAL pizza and stock up on rolls to bring home.


(19,288 posts)
9. whole wheat toast
Sat Feb 23, 2013, 01:08 PM
Feb 2013

From a loaf of homemade, store bought bread. If that makes sense. I bought the unsliced loaf, Monday at a mom and pop cafe, in Emmette, Idaho.

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