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30 Days of Photos III - Day 15 My Favorite Food


Hurry up and scramble over to Ziva's for the rest of today's photos.

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Pat Kumicich said…
that's what I enjoy every Sunday morning - great way to start out the day.
nonamedufus said…
They say breakfast is the most important meal of the day.
Laughing Mom said…
Gotta eat em while they are hot! Hope they didn't chill during their photo session. They seem to be lacking a sunny side...
Linda Medrano said…
That looks really good! I only let Alex have 2 eggs a week. (He would eat them every day.) Oatmeal can be a touch boring, but good for you too!
nonamedufus said…
There's no sunny side to scrambled eggs.
nonamedufus said…
I love eggs. I may eat too many of them in a week. Or so someone in my household has told me.
MikeWJ said…
I'm going to assume that's Canadian bacon, which is really just ham with a fancy name. And it's looks delicious, frankly.
nonamedufus said…
Bingo, Mike, you got it. I wondered who would pick up on that. Canadian pea-meal back bacon is not just ham with a fancy name. It is to die for. I can't get enough of it.
Lauren said…
This food challenge is a tough one to swallow. So many foods, so little time. Luckily, I'm having lunch because that looks so damn good.
Coco said…
If you have not good scramble eggs in the morning, it makes you sad, doesn't it? So when you have a nice one like this it kicks your day to start nicely! :) Simple and a nice photo!
nonamedufus said…
Damn, Lauren I alost choked on that one.
nonamedufus said…
I go back and forth between scrambled eggs and eggs over easy. I like a nice omelette now and then, too.
Lauren said…
hah! not funny. note to self: choking is not funny.
Ziva said…
You made me breakfast? That's very nice of you, but don't you know it's almost midnight in Finland?
Jamie Baker said…
Most of the time you and I think very much alike. Here's an exception. I don't do eggs unless there's so much stuff in them that I can't taste them.
meleahrebeccah said…
I love breakfast food, for dinner!
Boom Boom Larew said…
I demand some Canadian pea-meal back bacon the next time I come for a visit. Mmmmmm..... bacon!
Boom Boom Larew said…
Chuck and I do brunch every Sunday... eggs every time!
nonamedufus said…
Oh I'll eat breakfast any time of the day. We have several local restaurants that serve breakfast all day long. I'll send you something.
nonamedufus said…
Really? I'm big on eggs...breakfast, lunch or dinner. What's your favourite breakfast?
nonamedufus said…
Oh, yeah, me too. I could live on just breakfast almost.
ladyV said…
i do love eggs. yum! nice breakfast. or dinner. :)
nonamedufus said…
It was breakfast. It was delicious.
Jamie Baker said…
Everything except the eggs. There are very few foods I don't like.
Nicky said…
Yum, breakfast! Not just for breakfast anymore. :-)
nonamedufus said…
Wow, you should work in marketing. Get cracking.
Danielle Batog said…
When I can't decide what to have for dinner....biscuits and some scrambled eggs always fill the bill....but only smothered in ketchup...the eggs not the biscuits...I love the biscuits smothered in sausage gravy...just sayin.
nonamedufus said…
Funny, we had an omelette for dinner tonight. No biscuits.
Cheryl said…
Love my scrambles with cheddar cheese at dinner although I'm not fond of bacon, even Canadian bacon. Did you cook this yourself or did your lovely wife make this plate of delight?
Scramble! I get it! And that looks AWESOME!
Nonamedufus said…
If there's one meal I can cook it's breakfast. I cooked this!
Nonamedufus said…
It was delicious if I don't say so myself.
nonamedufus said…
You're on! There's nothing like it.

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