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    Default What are your favourite foods??

    I'm on a liquid diet since surgery for a little while and all of a sudden I'm thinking of the things I can't wait to eat. So I thought I'd start a little fluff thread. What your favourite foods...

    Breakfast, lunch and dinner.

    It's sooooo hard to choose but if you could just pick one for each what would it be??

    I'll start....

    Breakfast - Eggs Benedict

    Lunch - lamb and roasted veg fried rice

    Dinner - lamb cutlets with veg or couscous

    I have a thing for lamb

    You??

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    Breakfast- mcdonalds, specifically a sausage&egg mcmuffin, 2 hash browns, hotcakes and an OJ (I rarely have it, but it's so yummy) EDIT: I forgot about pancakes with fried banana, bacon and maple syrup... now I'm undecided

    Lunch- spinach, feta, sundried tomato and bacon quiche with wedges and salad

    Dinner- spinach & feta ravioli with a creamy sundried tomato and chicken sauce and bruschetta
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    breakfast - eggs benedict
    lunch - chicken parmigiana
    dinner - I used to work in this little italian restaurant and they made this delicious agnolotti, so I'd like the recipe for it and I could eat that every day forever

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    Breakfast: Scrambled eggs on toast with hollondaise sauce(Winter)
    Fruit salad (Summer)

    Lunch: Mac 'N' Cheese(Winter)
    My cous cous salad, loaded with veggies and deliciousness(Summer)

    Dinner: Pumpkin/Tomato soup with garlic bread (Winter)
    Spread of dips, breads, fruits, raw veggies and eggs (Summer)

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    Oh this thread is making me hungry already.

    Breakfast - fluffy pancakes, icecream and fresh strawberries.

    Lunch - curried egg and bacon baguette

    Dinner - cheesy mince pasta bake

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    Breakfast - pear and raspberry bread plus coffee

    Lunch and dinner - noodle soup meals eg beef pho or laksa

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    Breakfast - eggs benny or french toast with maple syrup and bacon

    Lunch - yum cha

    Dinner - gourmet wood fire pizza or seafood platter

    Dessert - sticky date pudding

    My actual diet is a lot more healthy!!

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    Hmmm, so many choices

    Breakfast - cooked breakfast from the winery near me with scrambled eggs and home made sour dough. It also comes with fresh fruit, cereals and endless tea.

    Lunch - steak sandwich. Cooked really nicely with caramelised onions, aioli and all that yummy ness.

    Dinner - my mums chicken enchiladas that have a sour cream base not tomato served with a salsa. Or her lamb rogan josh served with raitas of banana lemon and coconut, tomato and mint salsa and cucumber, pepper and yogurt.

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    Breakfast : poached eggs, thick toast and crispy bacon, English breakfast tea

    Lunch: oysters kilpatrick, fresh prawns and a few glasses of Mo√ęt champers

    Dinner : pan fried red emperor fish with lemon butter, crispy asparagus and mash, accompanied by more glasses of champers

    Supper: a selection of cheeses (no blue) and a glass or two of good Shiraz

    Later: kebab

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    Omg!! I should not have made this thread.... My lamb & barley soup blended with baby spinach is not going to cut it tonight!!!

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