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Old 06-01-2011, 04:07 PM   #1
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I know it is a little past breakfast for some of you, but I just made myself a nice little breakfast.



Eggs, bacon, provel cheese, jalapenos, sliced potatoes all cooked and wrapped in a crispy flour tortilla with sriracha chili sauce. Oh, and coffee



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Looks yummy. Had to take my daughter for check up at doctor's this morning and skipped breakfast. Went to Bob Evan's afterwards (11:15) and split the difference. Had a Cobb salad cause it has bacon & eggs (breakfast) along with my chicken and leafy greens (lunch)



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I luvs me some breakfast burritos.

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God, I love Sriracha.

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It looks good, False, but I can't tolerate jalepenos. And.....for breakfast......it looks like heartburn just waiting to happen. I've never heard of Sriracha sauce.

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It looks good, False, but I can't tolerate jalepenos. And.....for breakfast......it looks like heartburn just waiting to happen. I've never heard of Sriracha sauce.
No jalapenos?!?! Life is not complete without spicy peppers!

Sriracha Sauce
This stuff goes good with just about anything! I prefer it on foods where I want a little bit of flavor, but not a whole lot of heat.
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No jalapenos?!?! Life is not complete without spicy peppers!

Sriracha Sauce
This stuff goes good with just about anything! I prefer it on foods where I want a little bit of flavor, but not a whole lot of heat.
My kids can eat hot stuff but I just can't. *whine* It huurrrttsss.......
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Have you tried the Sriracha paste, False?

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Have you tried the Sriracha paste, False?
Interesting, i haven't seen anything but the green-capped squeeze bottle; i will have to look for it.
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Interesting, i haven't seen anything but the green-capped squeeze bottle; i will have to look for it.
Dis is da kine.

I doubt that you have HEB stores where you are, but that's where I got it.


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