World Cup Breakfast Club

Discussion in 'The Clubhouse Bar' started by Which Tyler, Sep 8, 2019.

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What is essential for a rugby-watching breakfast?

  1. Bacon

    85.0%
  2. Sausage

    70.0%
  3. Black/White Pudding

    25.0%
  4. Salmon

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    0.0%
  5. Egg

    80.0%
  6. Beans

    40.0%
  7. Mushroom

    30.0%
  8. Tomato

    25.0%
  9. Bread

    65.0%
  10. Potato

    15.0%
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  1. The_Blindside

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    Not breakfast, but I have a half time moules mariniere coming up.
     
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    Bacon and brie baguette
     
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    Pret BLT, dull as hell but gotta be quick to catch 5 mins of the 2nd half before lunch ends.

    Thinking of doing some brownies on Sunday for Wales-Aus. I’m not really a desserts guy, made brownies once before and they were delicious but far too gooey. I guess they just need more time in the oven.

    Might add peanut butter this time
     
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    Breakfast of eggs and bacon ready for the big game.
     
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    So I was up at 5:45am for the Oz game... has a quick Protein yoghurt and a cuppa for that but gonna go Bacon, Eggs, toast... and tinned spaghetti for the Falklands 2!
     
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    Same - grabbed them between matches. Full cooked is planned for tomorrow
     
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    Brekkers' ideas for the Saturday and Sunday double headers?
     
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    Breakfast
    Beach Bar-B-Qued English Pork Sausage Sarnie for Eng vs Oz

    Brunch
    Irish Stew with NZ lamb chunks for NZ vs Ire

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    Cans of Guinness with one of these bad boys on ice for the celebrations!

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    meal plan:
    candy from my knee surgery on wednesday to get me to fall asleep around 8pm tonight and tomorrow night so i can wake up at 3

    then hot cocoa and columbian bleached coffee to be awake at 3am

    reactivating my social life after the world cup is over is gonna be tough
     
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    oh hello, this guy sounds interesteing
    nvm
     
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    Double sausage and egg McMuffin, hash brown, with a side of pancakes and syrup and toffee latte.
     
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    Frying sausages as we speak. The spitting is drowning out Clive Woodward which is a bonus.

    Nothing fancy only Tesco, and got stuffed on bread, the best I could get at the corner shop was packeted brioche which isn’t ideal. Got the HP though.
     
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