What do you like to eat for breakfast? When do you normally have breakfast?
On a normal day for breakfast for me it’s toast, tea and fruit. Sometimes oatmeal. when i go out to breakfast I will get the works – waffles, eggs, bacon, biscuits and gravy, sausage, french toast – not in one sitting, but when i go out it’s game on
Rarely have breakfast, but I love pancakes! 🙂
All food is okay for me as breakfast, but buffet is the best as I get to eat many types of food.
the staple punjabi diet- aloo paranthas with butter and curd
My favorite breakfast food: good old fashioned southern-style biscuits and gravy! Yum!
I seldom eat breakfast as I go to bed late and wake up sooo late to. So I just have a brunch.
I like to have a good breakfast before I leave home. Its usually eggs and bread for breakfast.
I eat sandwich and a cup of coffee for my breakfast
I enjoy reading all kind of breakfast from different countries that you all shared.
Have breakfast every single morning. Drink a breakfast shake that is lactose free.
I had a bowl of very hot and spicy Korean noodle.
Usually I make a sandwich.
I would love to have sunny side up, hotdogs on the table for breakfast. I also want to hve bread with spreads and coffee.
I had fried noodles this morning.
I usually have heavy meals for breakfast. Like soup, rice, eggs, hotdogs etc.
I had fried broad rice vermicelli with egg as breakfast today.
I normally have it in our small dining area and then I will fly away to the bathroom and take a bath.
Usually I like to have a cup of coffee and toast with some home-made jam or when I have time I made pancakes.
Milk with oatmeal, raisins and honey accompanied by a bread with butter/jam/cheese or nutella.
But I really miss a Filipino breakfast like tapsilog, and any other silog-silog. Hmm
Breakfast, being one of the more important meals in the day, is ready prompt and early at 6 am and must always include a piping hot pot of coffee.
If I ever miss it, I know it’ll be a crappy day!
We bought some bread last night, so I guess the breakfast today would be bread.
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