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post #31 of 39
I'd photograph them for you but I've moved a few states away from where I last saw them. I'm sure people refer to them by some other name but I never knew anyone who liked them like I did. They're highly unpopular and I have a taste for those. However, the Yellow-Bagel-Bigfoot sightings continue... on google. The photo looks yellowed as if by photoshop manipulation, but that's exactly what the yellow bagels would look like if they were right before your eyes.



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do they glow?

Breakfasts.....I can remember driving my brother from Memphis to Utah for his freshman year of college. We stopped all along the way to sample biscuits and cream gravy usually at diner/truck stops. The good ones usually had a fair number of cars outside....must have eaten at 10 or so.....the rest of my family has (for the most part) patiently tolerated that food fetish for years....for goodness sakes who in their right mind makes bagels or can spend all day poking through grocery stores or markets or bopping through various restaurants ordering way more food than one person can consume, tasting and leaving it to move on to the next place......

Breakfast can be so great with just good ingredients. Nothing fancy cooked eggs, breakfast meats, breads, potatoes (grits), waffle/pancakes, fruit.....
why then do restauranteurs shy away breakfast.....most say they can't make money. Marigold in Madison WS does.....Letoile has cold offerings for breakfast....Baton Rouge has several breakfast places....shoot Cafe du monde, coffee beignets and milk....
I'm shaking my head wondering why a city the size of STL has no decent breakfast place. ugh, if I weren't so adverse to opening a restaurant I'd do it myself....

ok....fast food breakfast....what's with the blueberry biscuit at Hardees or the cinnamon sugar thing at McD....I never quite got the french toast fried fingers at Burger King.....looks like their competing with donuts. Anyone tried these? Blintz's really not too far off that train of products.
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post #33 of 39
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I don't quite understand that - STL is supposed to be a pretty cosmopolitan city.

There are so many successful breakfast places here, some of which provide lunch and dinner as well. Breakfast seems to be a big thing in the SF-East Bay area.

I'm on my way out in a bit to meet some friends for breakfast at a place called Sam's Log Cabin. The building was built in the 1930's, and it's really a og cabin, set square in the middle of the city. Most of the food used is organic or locally produced, great eggs, super coffee, fresh! fesh! fresh!
Customers range from old timers right through to the younger crowd.

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post #34 of 39
sniff......all I really want is a comfortable place to eat good quality basic breakfast....
right now I've got a big day planned....picking up all kinds of products all over town for a party tonight and honestly I don't like cooking for myself on these days.
Off to Soulard, will probably grab a brat at the hotdog stand.....heading toward Tower Grove Market, Penzeys, Fish Shop, Ice place....then on to the kitchen to make plum, cardomom tarts....pack up, pick up bread and ice cream then off to the party by 4pm.....whatever I grab this morning will most likely be all until 10:30 tonight.....that's the typical scenerio.....

So, if anyone wants to relocate to STL there is a HUGE gap in bakeries and breakfast/diner food....oh and pies, go figure, no pies readily available.....
though we just got 2 cupcake stores (one excellent, one ok). I'd even source local suppliers for free.
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post #35 of 39
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Don't cry, sweetie pie ... and I won't tell you about all the great breakfast places out here. I really shouldn't rub salt into your wounds.

Shel
post #36 of 39
Toast and Vegemite - best breaky on the planet. Ok ok now you know for sure where I'm from :) and you're all saying either YUK! or what is she talking about. Gives you crunch, salt and a good shot of vitmain B6 and B12. And goes down great with coffee. And the Vegemite is only 6 calories a tsp - bonus!!
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post #37 of 39
Until now I still enjoy Sausage McMuffin(with egg) at McD. But here in Malaysia we normally enjoy nasi lemak, roti canai and teh tarik for breakfast, the most popular fast food. Delicious....Resepi RR Recipe : For those who loves cooking...
post #38 of 39

no DC its marmite get it right girl

:talk::talk: if im having breaky on the run , i really like the new mcds deli roll with bacon , egg, cheese, and sausage
or a muffinbreak savoury muffin Muffin Break New Zealand
, a big ole texas style muffin with spinach and fetta
or stopping it at bakers delight Bakers Delight : Franchise, Bakery, Franchise Opportunity, The World's most successful bakery business franchise. and getting a berry scrollmmmm
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post #39 of 39
frozen waffles with peanut butter, bananas, and maple syrup sandwiched in between
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