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Thursday, 17 May 2007

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chizzed

This is what I love about this blog... so unpredictable!

I've been really itching to try the sandwiches ever since I heard they were making them at Starbucks branches across the country. The ones I usually go to (the Mira Mesa one near Golden Bagel or the one near Chipotle) didn't have them the last time I checked, but I will try again soon.

That ham and egg one looks pretty good!

nhbilly

Talk about a sloppy good looking breakfast and now if I can just drench coffee gravy over it and it would be a complete breakfast. ;-)

Cathy

Hi, Chizzed-They were both good and I want to love the spinach one more, which is why I keep trying it. As I understand it, they are going to try to get the heater toasters into all the Starbucks, but were testing them out in selected stores first. Just try a different Starbucks- There are so many more. Thanks for commenting with such nice thoughts. I figure we all do eat out at a variety of places, and really saw no comments about the sandwiches anywhere.
Oh it is a wonderful breakfast or lunch treat, Billy. However my most favorite breakfast, which contains all the flavors I could ever want, is from Carl's Jr...the Breakfast Burger: 1/4 lb burger, cheese, bacon, a fried egg, tater tots and catsup on a sesame seed bun. Depending on location (i.e tax) it is also less than $3.

nhbilly

~$3 for breakfast at Carl's Jr.
I use to eat there breakfast croissant every day during my college years - I've been scared to try anything from Carl's for awhile now.

Cathy

I must have missed that you had a bad exprience there, Billy. The entre concept of a breakfast sandwich is a great invention though. I seem to want to try one everywhere I go lately.

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