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Easy breakfast options 12 Nov 2007 16:40 #26

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John,
Like last time I like that translation but for what ingredient spaanders came out? Spaanders are the pieces of wood that you get if you chop a tree with an axe. We have a proverb: Waar gehakt wordt vallen spaanders. It really means that were people work it's evident that mistakes can and will be made.
For us US breakfasts in VAil or elsewhere in the US always is a choice between to do the buffet or not to do. Mostly the buffet wins!
No we don't eat much, to be honest, actually never Mexican food. We concentrate a lot at Asian food. Also some from Suriname but also hardly eat anything from the Dutch Antilles. But you name a country and we have a couple of restaurants. French also is one of our favorites. But we don't spit in a good Spanish dish either! Why not Mexican? I think main reason the lemonade they call beer I think! :kidding

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Easy breakfast options 13 Nov 2007 16:30 #27

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Like last time I like that translation but for what ingredient spaanders came out? Spaanders are the pieces of wood that you get if you chop a tree with an axe. We have a proverb: Waar gehakt wordt vallen spaanders. It really means that were people work it's evident that mistakes can and will be made.


Love those translation sites, Roel!!! The word "spaanders" is what came out for when I entered "chips" as in "Mexican tortilla chips" !!

These are sometimes called "tostados" and are little crisp pieces of
fried tortillas, something like American "potato chips" but NOT the English chips you get in a "fish and chips" joint, which are really "French Fries" except not in France. Come to think of it, it might just be easier for you to collect up a bunch of "spaanders" and fry them up yourself. :kidding

Here are some examples: http://www.mi-ranchito.com/Shop/enter.html

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Easy breakfast options 14 Nov 2007 06:01 #28

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John,

I like them too. But one time I tried Simplified Chinese and that brought me into trouble to get back! :)

Chips are very common over here and also those Nachos and tortilla chips are made here too. About British fish and chips, a friend of ours always says the older the news paper, the better the taste. What I have read we seems to be the biggest producers of potato products so you mustn't be surprised that when you are in Belgium, the only ''real" French fries country in the world, to see a delivery truck unloading pre baked frozen Dutch French fries for a Flemish fries shop. John you still are here? :confused:
To add something: Mostly I hear Anglo- American people speaking about Flemish to be the Belgian language next to French. The 3 official languages in Belgium are: Dutch, French and German. Flemish is a dialect that's spoken in the province of Flanders and parts of or province Zeeland, the part that's called Zeeuws Vlaanderen (Flanders). The German is spoken in a very small part only,a piece of land that they got as a gift from Bismarck I think but for sure it was a gift from Germany.

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Easy breakfast options 15 Nov 2007 00:34 #29

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Yes Roel, I am still here! I will file all that info away for future reference. Will eventually use it to settle an argument on BOC, I 'm sure! :kidding

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Easy breakfast options 16 Jun 2008 01:50 #30

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We (The Admiral and I) just did our first overnight on the boat. We used the Magna kettle grill to do steaks for dinner, then at breakfast used it to heat some 'heat & serve' sausage patties and toast some english muffins. Sausage patties go on the english muffins. No fuss or cleanup.

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Easy breakfast options 17 Jul 2008 02:08 #31

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couple cans of cornedbeef hash cooked in a pan then push half over and cook eggs, my kids love it. it has been a staple on every overnight both camping and boating, or we will cook steaks the night before and use leftovers in the morning for breakfast burritos. I tend to eat a lot more on the water

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Easy breakfast options 09 Aug 2008 02:04 #32

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2nd time i have heard about this magna grill. What exactly is it? Is it a grill designed for boats?

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