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PostPosted: Wed Jun 09, 2010 3:34 pm 
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The Eggburger w/ Cheese

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Is that two hamburger meat "buns" with egg in the middle, topped with cheese? If not, what is it?


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I think I'd rather cook the burger first, then cut it up and make a cheeseburger omlet.

PS) Grilled chicken omlets are also good.


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cant see the image but nearly everytime I have fillet steak I have a fried egg and some cheese on it (not much cheese but like it with the yolk) - had it last night actually with a couldron of kelp :)


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That's a work of art.


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its only one burger, unfortunately. I had about 1/3 lb of burger left, one egg left, and no gas for the grill, so i just fried the burger with the egg. There's also some butter in there just to get all the food groups.


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jml wrote:
its only one burger, unfortunately. I had about 1/3 lb of burger left, one egg left, and no gas for the grill, so i just fried the burger with the egg. There's also some butter in there just to get all the food groups.


All 3 essential food groups, meat, eggs and butter.


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stuward wrote:
jml wrote:
its only one burger, unfortunately. I had about 1/3 lb of burger left, one egg left, and no gas for the grill, so i just fried the burger with the egg. There's also some butter in there just to get all the food groups.


All 3 essential food groups, meat, eggs and butter.


I was under the impression they were meat, gymfags and steel.


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RobertB wrote:
a couldron of kelp :)
What on earth is that?


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Kelp is something seaweed-like, isn't it? Like ocean spinach :green:


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Behold the Mc Gangbang

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Double bigmac, with a mc chicken as the middle bun.


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http://1.bp.blogspot.com/_oGIQzHdnALQ/S ... +Snack.JPG

don't know how to post pictures but this here's what the burger van round the corner from me sells. It's called a Scooby snack and contains: bacon, burger, square sausage, a tattie scone, cheese and an egg.

I love my bulking diet.


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I hope one day to lose my remaining flab so as to consider bulking.

I recently noticed a newly visible vessel - I think it's the "lateral circumflex femoral artery" so may be getting close...


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Burgers and sandwiches are amazing!!! I can't wait to bulk again! All about winter bulking so nobody notices the belly get larger. I havent got a picture but last winter I bought a large battered fish from the chippy and a foot long spicy italian sub from subway. Whacked the fish in the subway and munched!


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Helena115 wrote:
Kelp is something seaweed-like, isn't it? Like ocean spinach :green:
Ok....

And a cauldron is a big pot that witches make their potions in. So this is a witches' brew of sea weeds.

My mouth is watering already.


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