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11 minutes ago, Inchiquin said:

 

I cook mine with the blueberries in. As well as releasing the flavour into the porridge it also leaves pretty purple trails throughout the bowl. I also include sultanas, and sometimes slice a banana on top.

 

Alan

 

Have you tried fresh croissants with butter and orange marmelade? That is breakfast. :P

 

Gen

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2 hours ago, Inchiquin said:

 

I cook mine with the blueberries in. As well as releasing the flavour into the porridge it also leaves pretty purple trails throughout the bowl. I also include sultanas, and sometimes slice a banana on top.

 

Alan

 

Gets better and better.:)

 

Allan

 

 

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2 hours ago, gvallee said:

 

Have you tried fresh croissants with butter and orange marmelade? That is breakfast. :P

 

 

As a vegan I wouldn't, would I? :)

 

But if I did it would probably be strawberry jam. Marmalade goes better on toast.

 

Alan

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I added porridge as a keyword to this one - I didn't know oatmeal was porridge lol. Too busy taking photos of my beautiful new grandson (not for stock) but maybe I'll shoot some more when I get home. I have it every day for breakfast. 

 

Good morning porridge for breakfast red ripe strawberries oatmeal and almond milk in a green aqua bowl on wood vintage Stock Photo

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8 hours ago, Inchiquin said:

 

There's a grain of truth in that.

 

Alan

 

A whole grain at that. B)

 

BTW, have you tried almond milk on your porridge? It opens up a whole new world.

 

This is the image used as an example in the image requests blog. It doesn't look a heck of a lot like a bowl of porridge, but I guess the buyer was searching for an unusual side view.

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4 hours ago, John Mitchell said:

 

A whole grain at that. B)

 

BTW, have you tried almond milk on your porridge? It opens up a whole new world.

 

This is the image used as an example in the image requests blog. It doesn't look a heck of a lot like a bowl of porridge, but I guess the buyer was searching for an unusual side view.

 

Yep - saw the example image - I shot the one I posted a year or so ago, and quickly went on my phone app and added porridge as a keyword and in the caption after seeing the Alamy blog post. Being lactose intolerant, I make it with almond milk; in fact it's one of the image's original keywords. Cashew milk is also nice. 

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1 hour ago, Colblimp said:

Of course, instead of porridge there's always good old bacon sandwiches...  :P

 

And brioches, pains au chocolat, pancakes. Yum yum.

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2 hours ago, Marianne said:

 

Yep - saw the example image - I shot the one I posted a year or so ago, and quickly went on my phone app and added porridge as a keyword and in the caption after seeing the Alamy blog post. Being lactose intolerant, I make it with almond milk; in fact it's one of the image's original keywords. Cashew milk is also nice. 

 

Haven't tried cashew milk yet. Sounds good. There's a world of nuttiness to explore these days. :P

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What has happened to the good old fried bacon, eggs, sausage, black pudding and bread?

 

I haven't had that for some time.

 

Allan

 

I forgot to add the MUSHROOMS!:o

 

ITMA

 

 

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32 minutes ago, Allan Bell said:

 

What has happened to the good old fried bacon, eggs, sausage, black pudding and bread?

 

I haven't had that for some time.

 

Allan

 

 

You can get all that plus chips, orange juice and a pot of tea from my local café for 6 Euro. And a stretcher to carry you home:) Had it this morning.

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27 minutes ago, aphperspective said:

You can get all that plus chips, orange juice and a pot of tea from my local café for 6 Euro. And a stretcher to carry you home:) Had it this morning.

Obviously I need to get myself to West Cork. Somebody will have to get me back of course.

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37 minutes ago, aphperspective said:

You can get all that plus chips, orange juice and a pot of tea from my local café for 6 Euro. And a stretcher to carry you home:) Had it this morning.

 

Name of café?!!!!  I need that breakfast in my life!

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43 minutes ago, aphperspective said:

You can get all that plus chips, orange juice and a pot of tea from my local café for 6 Euro. And a stretcher to carry you home:) Had it this morning.

 

They don't do the stretcher over here but "The Full English" as outlined amounts to 3 Euro following a recent increase (!)  :P

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7 hours ago, Allan Bell said:

 

What has happened to the good old fried bacon, eggs, sausage, black pudding and bread?

 

I haven't had that for some time.

 

Allan

 

 

 

We call that the full quadruple bypass breakfast over here. :)

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2 hours ago, Ed Rooney said:

 

In Ireland, John, they call it The Full Irish. And I don't have porridge every morning.  :o

 

french-toast-with-fresh-fruit-and-maple-

 

Pain français avec les fruits -- looks delicious. No shortage of antioxidants there.

 

I've been known to stray from oatmeal as well. Huevos a la mexicana is a favourite of mine.

 

huevos-a-la-mexicana-and-black-beans-bre

 

 

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On 9/25/2018 at 10:16, funkyworm said:

 

Suddenly I am reminded on my law lectures.

 

Digital Illustration - Donoghue v Stevenson [1932] A landmark case showing that manufacturers have a duty of care. Stock Photo

I remember reading about this too in a past life when I studied Scots Law. Those were the days when I had a "real" job, as I describe it, working in banking!

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