Don't have breakfast every day?!?
Amazing! I would really suffer if I could only eat something in the evening. (Please do not understand it as a criticism, everyone should eat what and how they like it)@Rapidray. Healthy eating is a huge issue. I was a candidate for diabetes! My doctor asked me whether I am providing for old age financially. When I answered yes, he laughed out loud and said it was a waste of money! With my lifestyle, I wouldn't experience my retirement anyway! That's when I woke up.For a couple of years now I have been eating at least 80% food that is fresh, has no list of ingredients and contains no sugar or white flour. And I'm fine with it.My dessert snack today - of course with a SAK.Ripe grapefruit. Delicious!
@SirVicaLot Todays breakfast(Image removed from quote.)
Amazing! I would really suffer if I could only eat something in the evening. (Please do not understand it as a criticism, everyone should eat what and how they like it)@ElevenBlade: I am honored, but please have breakfast for you too.
My breakfast with my SAK. Its a small roll with egg, cheese and ham.
that looks great!I don't normally like the pocket wear pattern on Alox (including my own plain Alox), but yours looks really nice.
Thank you for the picture. Looks delicious. A kind of sandwich? Or does it have a special name? And a soldier is always great. With your year?Thanks. This is my new work knife. With the scales of my old work knife. Reminds me of intense years.
Elevenblade: Thank you for the info. Now I've learned a lot about your breakfast culture. For many years I didn't take the time to have breakfast at home. If there was such a breakfast in my city in the fast food restaurant, I would have used it too. Today I take an hour each morning to start the day with my family. It has become a ritual and the only meal on many days that I can share with my wife and child.Good argument, you can find a suitable argument for every year. Alox forever! Our breakfast today: a porridge with apple and seeds(Image removed from quote.)
@Sneider, good on you for taking the time eat with your family. I didn't grow up eating with my family. We all ate randomly and separately. I always made dinner and ate with my family all thru their early years. They had lunch at school and early on I made them breakfast but they wanted easy foods. I'd say typical for my kids was cereals, fruits, oatmeal, cottage cheese and fruit, yogurt, sometimes egg with toasted bread and cheese, they also would have frozen waffles. They grow up so fast I'm sure you've heard. Now trying to get them to sit for dinner is hard. They work and go to school and have social lives. Cherish the time my friend as I'm sure you do.
Eating with the family...priceless! I like the worn look of your Alox!
...I was just discussing this with some friends. I grew up eating with family, but most of the kids I grew up with ate randomly and separately.
With our family, we always ate dinner together and on Sunday morning we had breakfast together. Was out shopping and brought home a few items...I do love Walmart’s Omega 3 nut mix
Its such a simple yet IMO wonderful thing to do is to have a meal with your family. Sleep can wait IMO. When my kids were young they would instinctively get hungry and loiter in the kitchen around what they perceived dinner time to be. They'd began to set the table and wash up. If I was "late" to make dinner, they'd eventually ask if they can help. Breakfast unfortunately just didn't get the attention as they wanted easy ( even tho I'd make it ) or they wanted what I mentioned. Now of course they all say they wished they let me cook breakfast when they were young. I loved having them help too, I know in some homes mom makes dinner while everyone sits. I loved having the kids involved and now they can do quite a lot in the kitchen themselves. We recently looked at a picture of us making Thanksgiving. My kids we too cute all helping prepare the meal. They were all so proud too when we served.
As it should be. We had a no TV or phone rule too. We had such wonderful conversations. The table was where we dreamed, planned, and expressed ourselves without judgment or ill attitude. We laughed and sat at time far longer than I thought we would. No one rushed off the table other than for dessert.
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Kiwi Works for me!