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Breakfast at Andy’s Flour Power

We love this place, a local bakery where everything served is fresh cooked. No matter what I order, I always love that it smells of cinnamon when it arrives, because of the home baked walnut-raisin toast on the plate. Normally, I can pass on toast, it is just filler. When it is Andy’s Flour Power walnut-raising toast – I groan, and eat every bite.

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After Thanksgiving Dinner, we thought we would never eat again. But after fasting from afternoon until the next day, we find that, after all, we are hungry for breakfast. Here is what we had for breakfast – I had a spinach – swiss cheese omelette:

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AdventureMan’s biscuits and gravy were to die for (he says):

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Law and Order Man’s Ham and Cheese Omelette:

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EnviroGirl got the most beautiful dish of all – a vegetable frittata:

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It was thundery and a little rainy on Black Friday, the day after Thanksgiving:

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November 30, 2008 Posted by | Eating Out, ExPat Life, Family Issues, Florida, Food, Living Conditions, Weather | | 13 Comments