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  1. sianperkins89

    sianperkins89 Well-Known Member

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    yeah i think thats it chamair, ahh i didnt like it. also he eats a lot of 'confiture' or jam, fig flavour, i dont like that either :(
    my tunisian breakfasts consist of pain au chocolat or boiled eggs or bread with that Saïd chocolate paste...yummy!!!
     
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    Mine eats bcissa then sleeps agin after breakfast and a few cigarettes,lol!Love the tinned confiture!Similar b'fasts!Do you get the Dairylea cheese triangles too,lol?
     
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    sianperkins89 Well-Known Member

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    yeah! well tunisian/french substitute for dairylea whatever it may be called, all tastes the same lol.....i dont really eat a lot of tunisian food these days, i liked it at first but now i have gone off the spices and stuff which is a shame as it looks so nice.
    the only traditional thing i can eat without being ill is brika!
     
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    Soltef New Member

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    I can't get hold of Tunisian food easily!I wish there were Tunisian food tak-aways alll over,lol!
     
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    sianperkins89 Well-Known Member

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    haha yeh, that would be good as i like the takeaway sandwiches they do there and the chips, so much better than mcdonalds!
     
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    this talk of food is making me hungry, not good at this time of night! :D
     
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    I'm hooked on Spi Choco! But also we eat honey with oil in the morning neither of us being breakfast people
     
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    Been looking for this for months! Haaaayak Allah
     
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    i want the gataux thats like a custard slice but its brown lol
     
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    Dates stuffed with pistachio and butter 'paste'!
     
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    What is the name of the soft/crumbly type of spreadable stuff.. It comes in all pretty colours like pink, green and its really sweet.. I always have this on bread with butter... yummy!! xx
     
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    No no no, the best breakfast is eggs, bacon cumberland sausages and fried bread, Heinz ketchup or HP brown sauce. Mrs and Miss Cav always bring back a suitcase full for the freezer.
     
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    i always miss an english breakyy
     
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    @ Kaylee: I think what you describe is Halwa
    I go for healthy stuff in the morning - yoghurt, bread, fruit,.... I'm not English and I can not understand the fun of a hot meal in the morning ;-)
     
  15. Lissy

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    We ate the following for breakfast when we lived there:

    Freshly squeezed orange juice, fried/hard boiled eggs, fresh baguette, coffee, olive oil either with the eggs or with cheese triangles. We also occassionally had apricot jam on the baguette.
     
  16. ILWAT

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    My boyfriend cooks me scrambled egg every morning well it normally turns into a omlette but he says its scrambled egg!!! then we have croissants! and milk and maybe a youghurt! maybe even aseeda (not sure of the spelling!!) it varies everyday!! oh and a cereal called grandor!!! its yummy!!!!
     
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    mine likes a mixture of chocolate cerial and crushed oreo cookies in a bowl of milk then a yougurt and a banana
     
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    Thought i would revive this thread :)

    I love drah and halva ;) sooooo yummy. Also love bsissa - with nuts and dates! My MIL makes the best bsissa.
     
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    crusty bread with olive oil and somedays eggs cooked various ways mainly hard boiled. personally I dont eat breki but he cant converse till he eaten and had a coffee or Tar like he has it lol x
     
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  20. Cas

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    Yes I am always given a container full to bring home. I put it in yogurt.
     

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