Seattleites! Now that I've moved to your beautiful city, I'm searching for breakfast places here that meet certain specific criteria... [more inside]
posted by Kat Allison
on Sep 2, 2007 -
Imaginary vacation question: Would you think a carbon neutral Bed and Breakfast was interesting? Would you seek such a place if you knew about one? What would make a "green" experience a special part of your travels?
posted by Freedomboy
on Jul 23, 2007 -
How'd they cook that egg? I ordered a "fried egg, over hard," and was presented with a normal fried egg but with what looked to be the yolk removed. There wasn't a hole in the egg, but rather just the skin of the yolk laying flacid over where one would normally see yellow. Upon further inspection, the yolk was actually "sandwiched" between the two cooked sides (top side and bottom side) of the egg white surrounding the yolk hole. It wasn't a fluke, as I got two eggs like this with my order. What is this type of egg called and how'd they do that?
posted by pwb503
on Jun 19, 2007 -
Is there a supplement or other item I can ingest with breakfast that will help me digest BLUE #1? [more inside]
posted by carsonb
on Jun 13, 2007 -
I need to provide breakfast/brunch-type food to a large number of people. What are some good ways to cook typical breakfast dishes such as omelettes, pancakes, french toast, eggs, bacon, etc. so that I can store and reheat them? [more inside]
posted by brianvan
on Nov 1, 2006 -
I have a potluck brunch to go to tomorrow and would like to make an egg/bread type casserole. Does anyone have any good recipes they can share (that don't require refrigeration overnight)?
posted by kechi
on Oct 21, 2006 -
Any good locally owned restaurants in Loveland Colorado? Good (but not necessarily healthy) breakfast joints and good dinner spots with both meaty and veggie options are what we're looking for. [more inside]
posted by pwb503
on Sep 22, 2006 -
In terms of boosting metabolism and promoting weight loss, should I eat breakfast before a morning jog or after? If after, immediately after or is an hour later ok? [more inside]
posted by Cranialtorque
on Sep 7, 2006 -
What would be your perfect breakfast after a night with a partner? No unfertilized egg jokes please... [more inside]
posted by brautigan
on Mar 23, 2006 -
Traveling to Ireland in Sept. Will be renting a car in Dublin and seeing the countryside for a week. Any suggestions for affordable (<100 eu per person per night) castle accommodations? Recommendations on B&B's also welcome. Also, what are the must-see, non-"touristy" attractions.
posted by unccivil
on Jan 27, 2006 -
I want to make delicious crepes and omelets! What are your favorite fillings and combinations, and what's the best pan to use? [more inside]
posted by fuzzbean
on Sep 14, 2005 -
What's a good, non-copyright-infringing alternate name for what is essentially an egg mcmuffin? [more inside]
posted by furtive
on Jun 19, 2005 -
I'm looking for recommendations for a bed and breakfast, a guest farm or guest house or something along those lines in Scotland. [more inside]
posted by undertone
on May 20, 2005 -
Western Australia filter: Does anyone know any shops in the Perth metro area that sell breakfast cereals from the UK or US?
posted by krisjohn
on May 1, 2005 -
I am looking for advice on how to make the perfect fried egg (in your opinion). Much more inside. [more inside]
posted by jonah
on Apr 1, 2005 -
I'm not a morning person, and I usually just grab 'n' go. The problem is most grab 'n' go stuff is loaded with carbs and light on protein. I've noticed if I have some protein with my breakfast, I feel more energized and awake. Can someone recommend some quick, cheap, easy (possibly portable) breakfast recipes for a lazy, poor college student?
posted by keswick
on Feb 15, 2005 -
BreakfastFilter: How do I go about preparing and consuming a big, satisfying, yet also healthy breakfast? [more inside]
posted by josh
on Oct 30, 2004 -
Pips and I were just discussing Coca-Cola. More specifically, the concept of having it for breakfast. She's a high school teacher and says that for half her students breakfast is a bag of Doritos and a Coke. I also used to have a boss who would drink a liter bottle of the stuff before arriving at work every day and finish another in the course of working and another who would have one regularly at 8am to start the day. Now, I understand the craving for caffeine and I even enjoy the occasional Coca-Cola myself, but the idea of soda pop before lunch, I find, quite frankly, disgusting. Any breakfast Coke-heads here? How and why, I'm just wondering?
posted by jonmc
on Oct 9, 2004 -