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Brunch and An Idea for a Persona Paper Recipe Book

Captcha for my previous post was 'vienna calling'. As this is a post about food, what do I recall??? Vienna sausages of course!!! These smaller and shorter wieners are a favorite here at home. On the rare occasion that I do not like the food at home, I open a can of vienna sausage and enjoy it either with rice or bread.


Brunch was eggs and sardines with fried rice. I wanted to make a sardine omelette but decided against it. Too lazy this morning. LOL!!! Sardines are rich in nutrients and minerals such as B12, niacin, iron, selenium, and omega-3 fatty acids. As I opened the can of sardines, the first thought that comes to mind are the buses and trains packed with people during rush hour. Packed like sardines ring so true during these times.

Anyway, brunch was ok.

Simple. Filling. Good.


As I go through my brunch, I remember a good number of recipes. In fact, as far back as I can remember, recipes have been a staple in the 'Food' category of paid writing sites. Imagine this, we have contributors from all over the world sharing their recipes... dishes ranging from appetizers, to salads, to main courses up to desserts and drinks. Fish, pork, beef, chicken recipes abound plus the occasional pie or cake. If one were to compile all these recipes, one has more than enough material for a recipe book.

Have you ever thought of compiling all these recipes and releasing it as an actual recipe book?


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scheng1 wrote on March 29, 2015, 3:46 AM

I wonder how they make the Vienna sausages. I think the process is interesting.

MelissaE wrote on March 29, 2015, 7:56 AM

While I myself don't like Vienna sausages, my teenage son carries two cans to school everyday. A recipe book you say? Oh dear, I don't like to cook. I do the very minimum that I have to do to feed everyone.

wolfgirl569 wrote on March 29, 2015, 9:45 AM

I love those also, we call them teeny weenies in our house. I just eat them straight from the can.

lookatdesktop wrote on March 31, 2015, 11:48 PM

I love to try out new recipes. I also eat Vienna sausages right out of the can and have saltine crackers on the side.

allen0187 wrote on March 31, 2015, 11:55 PM

Now that you mentioned it, I'm going to look it up online scheng1 .

allen0187 wrote on April 1, 2015, 12:00 AM

Vienna sausages sure come in handy as school snacks.

allen0187 wrote on April 1, 2015, 12:02 AM

First time I've heard someone call vienna sausages 'teeny weenies'. Although I can see why you would call the that.

allen0187 wrote on April 1, 2015, 12:04 AM

Vienna suasages and saltine crackers are the best!