I had Brie on walnut bread for breakfast today, which I rather enjoyed. But personally I'm of the opinion that leftover pizza is possibly the ultimately breakfast.
What do you like to eat for breakfast that isn't normally considered breakfast food?
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YOu're not the first person I've met who likes pizza in the morning. I'm going to have to try this out.
The brie on walnut bread combo sounds decidely YUM!
The absolute BEST breakfast I ever had was on Easter Island:
"I woke the next morning and found a huge exotic looking breakfast waiting for me on the table outside my cabana. I have to tell you about this breakfast because it is the best Ive eve had. First I was presetned with a weird looking black bowl of red gunk...it didnt look very appetising but "when in Rome..". Once I tasted it, I realised it was passionfruit - it was delicious! Then I was given deep-fried banans followed by little rolls with avocado, turkey and cheese. THEN came a sort of doghnut like creation with apricot jam followed by little strips of fruit, all washed down with watermelon milkshake and loads of coffee".
It's almost beats an Irish fry.....almost.
I love to eat meat kutlet from the night before with Lavash bread, Persian cheese, herb (sabzee) with a glass of brewed Persian tea
U cant beat a good Irish Fry up..
Weirdest breakfast I seen was sickening. Bowl of cornflakes, with Smithwicks replacing the Milk.
Nothing beats a brownie for breakfast.
I'm a big fan of B&Bs (as opposed to cold-harted hotels) in part because you almost always get a breakfast that's absolutely wonderful. Last week in Quebec City, we dined on a goat-cheese-pesto omlette and French toast made with 12-grain bread and served with maple syrup. Yummmmmm!
Pizza for breakfast is fantastic - hot or cold!!
Best non-breakfast breakfast at home is leftover kunedle (potato dumplings) and side pork (uncured bacon). Cut them up, toss in a frypan until warm and browned a bit. Mmmmmmmm!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Best non-breakfast breakfast away has been callaloo in Jamaica. Callaloo is a green similar to spinach or turnip greens. They saute it with onions and tomatoes and it's wonderful. I like it with bacon or sausages on the side but it's a meal all by itself as far as I'm concerned.
Best is a big bowl of yoghurt, muesli, honey (a lot) and blueberries, raspberries and banana mixed all together. After you finished this some warm bread with butter, cheese and sambal on top of it. A fresh mandarin juice rounds it of.................ok, and when I am home alone an egg or two will do just fine