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I Scream for Breakfast by quornflour

Every Wednesday at work we have breakfast. It started with bagels, then we added a lot of the standards: waffles, pancakes, French toast, smoothies, even scrapple, eggs and grits.

Then people had suggestions and other ideas which lead to:

  • Sugar Cereal Smackdown
    • every type of sugar cereal you can find in the supermarket
  • Baguettefest
    • fresh baguettes, French cheese (you know the kind where you eat the crust too), real butter and a variety of jams and jellies
  • Grilled Cheese and Tomato Soup (when we move it to lunch)
    • who doesn’t love this? Nothing fancy, totally on the cheap, white bread, butter flavored Pam, American cheese
    • Tomato soup is the standard Campbell’s tomato with stewed tomato chunks and some basil (one batch made with milk, one with water)
  • Oatmeal
    • Irish oats, slow cooker, super delicious as long as someone is willing to get up early!
  • Holiday Breads:
    • Homemade breads by the team chefs

One day I was talking to my friend and I asked what he thought we should have for breakfast the next week. He, in jest, suggested ice-cream. I thought about it for about 7 seconds and decided it was a good idea. Seriously, it is no worse for you than sugar cereal, right?

I picked up loads of fruit, berries, vanilla ice cream, Rice Krispies and a variety of ice cream sauces. I also included Greek yogurt for those who could not quite get on-board the morning ice-cream thing. Overall people seemed to really enjoy it and it was practically healthy.

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