Saturday, 15 April 2017

Breakfast

SM Stirling, A Meeting At Corvallis (New York, 2007), Chapter Nineteen, p. 519.

Tiphaine eats:

four eggs fried over easy;
a dozen rashers of Canadian-style bacon;
fried green pickled tomatoes;
hash browns with bits of chili and onion;
toast.

Poul Anderson satisfies the inner man with food for thought. Stirling satisfies both with food for thought and with thoughts of food.

3 comments:

  1. Kaor, Paul!

    Given her STRENUOUSLY active life, Tiphaine d'Ath needed meals like that!

    Sean

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    1. Sean,
      She ate a second plate!
      Paul.

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    2. Kaor, Paul!

      That, again given her STRENUOUS life, does not surprise me. And, such a diet would give US coronaries! (Smiles)

      Sean

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