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  1. chasingembers

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    Just for a bit of levity, and we talk about favorite food and drink, what are some of your favorite breakfast cereals? I'm a big kid when it comes to this, and since the Monster Cereals have been set aside for Fall release only for over a decade, I recently stocked up on Boo-Berry! I have also really been enjoying Cinnamon Frosted Flakes lately.

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    I'm a little weird on this- every night, just before bed is a big bowl of Frosted Flakes....14 pounds ago, it used to be Ben & Jerry's Chunky Monkey Ice Cream...

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    Sorry, just HAD to.

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    I really like Franken Berry, frosted mini wheat, and Cocoa Crispy. If it is a sugary cereal, well then I am probably in.

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    Captain crunch. Loved Freakies when I wa a kid but they quit making that years ago. Of course it was basically just captain crunch in a different shape. Would be perfect to ressurect for the Halloween season.

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    Sorry, just HAD to.

    Just like I had to start a parody thread!

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    My wife just picked these up at Walmart!

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    I am a very boring cereal killer.

    I kill a bag of store brand raisin bran, then one of honey nut toasted oats.

    I repeat that rotation ad nauseum.

    This cheap and boring routine allows a few more bucks to go into the tobacco rotation...

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    I had to start a parody thread!

    I know. Thank you Cap'n !!

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    I used to like Cookie Crisp as a kid, I haven’t had that in years though. Once I hit my teens, I started to dislike sugary cereals and my tastes went towards plainer, more grainy flavors. Since then, if I eat cereal, it’s either Cheerios, Wheaties or Corn Flakes. I think I’ll pick up a box of Cookie Crisp next time we get groceries, he’ll they might taste wonderful again!

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    Me and my daughter just finished a year long Honey Nut Cheerios binge. Last night I woke up at 330am and had 3 bowls of Apple Jack's.

    I just like cereal.

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    ^^^ Three bowls?? I'm a Kellogg's Mini Wheat's with Brown Sugar guy, who's too dumb to put the box on here.

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    Arrggg matey, what was that about a 'parroty' thread?

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    Shouldn't it be killer cereals?

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    Shouldn't it be killer cereals?

    Not with how I eat them!

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    Arrggg matey, what was that about a 'parroty' thread?

    Think the Black Frigate crew has an honorary member!

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    I could do Honey-nut Cheerios in a tight but, "druthers" will get me biscuits and gravy any day.

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    I adhere to a strict training regimen of Fruity Pebbles, Reese Puffs, Cap'n Crunch Berries, Cap'n Crunch Oops All Berries.

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    Too funny George. For me, cereal killer, is goats milk, which Xia uses as she is lactose intolerant. I love goat cheese, but goats milk ......

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    I mostly eat Cheerios, as there is always an abundance of them in my house.
    Though my cereal killer side will murder a box of Capn Crunch if it steps foot in my house!!!! Yum!

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    Frosted Flakes! (Yeah, I never could get over the tiger.)

    Alas, I stopped eating cereal for breakfast years ago. I'm not lactose intolerant, but for some reason having milk in the morning gives me the runs.

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    Ain't NO manly man eats the kind of limp-wristed sugary cereal you dump in a bowl straight from the box. Nossir.

    Milk or no milk, it don't matter... Ya gotta COOK that shit, Jack.

    And I don't mean none 'a that "quick cook" crap, neither. I mean for half an hour. In a pot. With stirrin' and like that. Then scrape it into a heavy crock bowl.

    (What's this world comin' to, anyway?)

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    Ah, oatmeal. I don't even bother cooking it. I enjoy the uncooked oatmeal in a bowl of milk.

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    Though my cereal killer side will murder a box of Capn Crunch if it steps foot in my house!!!!

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    Puffed Wheat

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    Frosted Flakes was always my favorite. But I also love Cocoa Frosted Flakes, French Toast Crunch, Fruity Pebbles and Cocoa Pebbles, Cookie Crisp, Rice Krispies, and Lucky Charms.

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    You know they sell Cookie Crisp in two pound bags?

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    Ah, oatmeal. I don't even bother cooking it. I enjoy the uncooked oatmeal in a bowl of milk.

    That's the spirit! (I knew there had to be some Manly Men 'round here somewhere).

    "Fruity Pebbles"!? WTF is that?)

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    You know they sell Cookie Crisp in two pound bags?
    Does it age well in a mason jar?

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    I'm with George.

    I do enjoy a bowl of cereal in the evening (just about now!). That's either Kix or Raisin Bran Crunch.

    Al

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    I'm suddenly wondering if there are breakfast cereal forums where some members argue that unsweetened cereal is superior to sugary fruity cereals...

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    "I'm suddenly wondering if there are breakfast cereal forums where some members argue that unsweetened cereal is superior to sugary fruity cereals..."

    Just wait, as woodsroad has yet to chime in on this thread!

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    Just wait, as woodsroad has yet to chime in on this thread!

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    Well, my favorite bowl of cereal is cheerios/uncooked oatmeal/grapenuts/whatever else there is to dump in. Slice a banana on top, serve with milk. Toast and bacon on the side. Orange juice please, and black coffee... makes a good breakfast.

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    In gaol, as porridge is given every breakfast the chefs cooks kitchen workers used to put food colouring in it so a different colour porridge was served up every day just for a change...or so I was told

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    Don't laugh but this stuff is pretty good. I tried it for the first time when my grand-daughter was a baby.

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    Yeah Frank, done that too with my kids. If they saw me eat something, it prompted them to eat it, and I agree, some of the baby cereals are quite good.

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    chasingembers

    Ah, oatmeal. I don't even bother cooking it. I enjoy the uncooked oatmeal in a bowl of milk.

    I used to eat something called "Maypo" straight from the box, when I was very young. Eventually mom had to switch to "Wheatena" because she knew that I hated it, and would not try to scale the cabinets to get to it. If you like uncooked oatmeal, you should try the Maypo straight from the box.

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    Thanks, I'll look into that. Also like cornbread broke up into milk.

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    I'm glad Zack put the hammer down on that other morbid "Serial Killers" thread. This one is actually fun and keep the good stuff coming!

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    I'm glad Zack put the hammer down

    Ditto. I just answered a PM about it. I wasn't pleased and was entirely rude.
    Now I expect backlash because I liked Cookie Jarvis as a kid.

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    Cornbread in milk-- now that's some mountain fixin's there, CE. My mother was from Kentucky and was quite fond of it. I never acquired the taste for it, though.

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    Ditto. I just answered a PM about it. I wasn't pleased and was entirely rude.
    Now I expect backlash because I liked Cookie Jarvis as a kid.

    I pm'd you the sources you demanded and yeah, you were rude. I know the type of people who think being rude is something to brag about.

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    For fuck's sake man get a grip. This is a thread about CEREAL!! (and cornbread)

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    I've been through long stretches of various favorites, hot and cold. Wheat and corn checks, corn flakes, a few of the sugar-coated. Today it is back to the old Cheerios, just plain oat recipe, and Trader Joe's Bran Flakes, no raisons. When you're hungry and you just don't want to do food prep, and have some cold milk on hand, there you go.

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    Sausage and biscuits every morning, rain or shine, but yeh, cornbread in milk is awesome! I’ve also got a small orchard with apples, peaches, apricots, blueberries, guava, and muscadine when I get a sweet tooth.

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    I often hear about this here cornbread...what does it taste like?....(I'm guessing corn)

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    You're missing out, Jay. Cornbread does for corn what Stonehenge did for rocks.

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    I don't often eat breakfast, but when I do, I'm a Bacon, eggs & grits (with lots of butter), man.

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    Cornbread does for corn what Stonehenge did for rocks.

    Absolutely!

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    This summer went to Sons house to dog sit while they went on a cruise with their college son. Got up and made coffee, light up on his patio. Finished , came in for breakfast and all they had in that big pantry was fruity cereal, pop tarts , and some other kinds of instant crap. Got in truck and in Dayton TX they had a little Mexican Resturand, got some tamales, Tocos, and enchiladas, came to his house , wife was up drinking coffee, put big bag on table, told wife we didn't raise him like this.My favorite breakfast is Cornbread, Creral in a box shredded wheat.

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    I often hear about this here cornbread...what does it taste like?....(I'm guessing corn)
    Oh Jay... you poor souls across the pond are deprived beyond measure Cornbread is the bread all other breads aspire to be. It is the beautiful golden sunshine that rises up over the horizon of a wheat field, in which the wheat rejoices and sings in worship to the cornbread because the wheat knows the cornbread is superior. Man... fresh out of the oven cut a piece of cornbread in half, slap some butter in the middle and put it back together and it's like a warm melted buttery party in your mouth! Few things are better in this world.... very few things.

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    Put the heavily oiled cast iron skillet in the over, heat to 375F.
    Mix two cups of corn meal
    1 1/3 cup of milk
    One egg
    A drizzle of corn oil
    Mix, and pour into heated skillet
    Bake for 22 minutes

    If you’re up North, you might add some sugar, but down here, DO NOT add sugar. Sugar is for the tea.

    That’s corn bread, serve with pinto beans, or collards and hamhocks.

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    Jay, I'll not top Anthony's praises, but corn bread is very simple and good. It's baked in an iron skillet with an oiled bottom that gives the cornbread a nice crispy crust. Not sure about the rest of the South but country folks around here call a skillet of cornbread a "pone" as in " I think I'll make a pone to go with these here field peas". A basic recipe is corn meal, flour, an egg, milk, oil and some sugar. Many variations though. Goes good with cooked greens, black eyed peas, cabbage, red beans and rice and......

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    And big chunks of it dipped in ice-cold buttermilk are to die for.

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    I've had cornbread with actual kernels of corn in it, and that is good too.

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    Rural Southern Illinois and Northern Indiana we called cornbread with sugar, "Johnnycake." Now don't tell anybody, but, if you put a big spoonful of vanilla ice-cream on cornbread fresh from the oven and let it set a minute before eating, rays of sunshine will shoot out of your behind.

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    rays of sunshine will shoot out of your behind.
    This happens with honey on cornbread too... but stickier rays of sunshine.

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    You all are killing me! When I get off work there will be cornbread!

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    Anthony, the way you describe cornbread makes it sound delish. I'll have to do a little digging to see if I can find a local supplier though I shan't hold my breath.

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    Do you not have corn meal to use as a breading for fried foods? If not, then you folks don't have real fried chicken either, not to mention fried okra or fried green tomatoes.

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    Cosmic, you should have specified 'self rising' corn meal for your recipe.

    I've made some in my day, and tried variations. Plain with a little sugar is my preference, made with melted lard or butter or bacon grease, and in my 8" cast iron skillet that has been pre-heated and greased to help the crust on the bottom.
    I use pure corn meal mixed with flour and then add baking powder and salt.

    I make 'oldfashioned' oatmeal almost everyday. When I don't I make Cream of Wheat or another hot cereal. It's a religion with me.

    Sometimes I add corn meal, just enough, to pancakes.

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    Cornmeal mix, sorry. We just use this for almost everything. BTW, yellow corn meal is more corny tasting with less sweetness, and white cornmeal is more naturally sweet. Maybe this is why the Northerners use sugar if they are using the yellow. I just find the white cornmeal to be all around better tasting. We make one pone every other day for dinners. well seasoned Pintos with a hunk of pork in the pot and cornbread is the quintessential Southern meal.

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    I make a panful and eat about a third while it's hot. The rest I save and toast and butter another time.
    I've made some with chocolate chips, some with cinnamon, some with peanut butter powder, some with oatmeal, and I may be missing a few, but the basic corn meal recipe is always best.
    I've lived in the south now for many years and I know of the magical combination cornbread makes with beans and greens that are pork hock seasoned.
    I do seem to prefer the yellow, but I grew up with it.

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    Jay no problem, someone here can send you a bag if you can't find it. Let us know

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    Pintos with a hunk of pork in the pot and cornbread is the quintessential Southern meal.

    Works great here in the Bluegrass as well.

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    I'm suddenly wishing there were a cornmeal aromatic tobacco.

    Posted 1 year ago #

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