I like seeing videos of what other people in different countries eat for breakfast. I don't know that I could do a traditional Mongolian breakfast though.
Breakfast in other countries
|by Anonymous||reply 63||Last Saturday at 8:53 AM|
A lactose intolerant person would apparently starve there.
|by Anonymous||reply 1||02/22/2021|
In Ireland, they serve blood pudding (didn't eat it), tomatoes, baked beans, and Guinness.
|by Anonymous||reply 2||02/22/2021|
It looks like milk on top of milk
|by Anonymous||reply 3||02/22/2021|
In Ireland like Britain most people eat a bowl of cereal or a slice of toast for breakfast. The big breakfasts happen perhaps at the weekend and then not every weekend or if you are on holiday. Not everyone would eat them even then.
|by Anonymous||reply 4||02/22/2021|
Do people still eat porridge for breakfast, R4?
|by Anonymous||reply 5||02/22/2021|
My mother does, r5. Yes, I should have included porridge but I was basically saying that most people have very simple breakfasts.
|by Anonymous||reply 6||02/22/2021|
What does breakfast mean?
|by Anonymous||reply 7||02/22/2021|
Breakfast around the world.
|by Anonymous||reply 8||02/22/2021|
French breaksfast is the best: coffee and a croissant
|by Anonymous||reply 9||02/22/2021|
Oh and a cigarette
|by Anonymous||reply 10||02/22/2021|
What is a Canadian breakfast?
|by Anonymous||reply 11||02/22/2021|
I'm in love with R9 R10
|by Anonymous||reply 12||02/22/2021|
I’m American through and through, but sometimes I like a bowl of miso soup for breakfast. I get these little packets of paste to add to hot water. It’s good if you’re a little hung over.
|by Anonymous||reply 13||02/22/2021|
Canadian breakfast looks like American breakfast really.
|by Anonymous||reply 14||02/22/2021|
The only meal my Arab dad ever cooked for us kids and that was at best 3 or 4 times a year. But I’ve been making it regularly for friends and family, it’s delicious
|by Anonymous||reply 15||02/22/2021|
In Chile, the hotel breakfast buffets would always include sandwich fixings, and sliced of cake.
I make sandwiches for breakfast when it's too hot to cook, and why not?
|by Anonymous||reply 16||02/22/2021|
R1 We only have those people here in the US.....they are intolerant to all foods
|by Anonymous||reply 17||02/22/2021|
R15, that looks very appetizing.
|by Anonymous||reply 18||02/22/2021|
I've only been to England and France outside of the US, and the simple breakfasts in Paris still are one of my favorite parts of the trip. I fell in love with clotted cream in England, but I never had a full breakfast, sadly.
|by Anonymous||reply 19||02/22/2021|
R17, no. A lot of Asians are lactose intolerant
|by Anonymous||reply 20||02/22/2021|
I think a lot of Brits eat baked beans with breakfast. Does anyone verify this?
|by Anonymous||reply 21||02/22/2021|
In Turkey we were served cheese, cucumbers and tomatoes by our b & b and it was perfect - light and refreshing in the heat.
|by Anonymous||reply 22||02/22/2021|
A can of La Choy would be so much easier and save on dish washing.
|by Anonymous||reply 23||02/22/2021|
Dog food makes a lovely start to the day.
|by Anonymous||reply 24||02/22/2021|
Pinoy breakfast: tocino, fried egg, garlic fried rice
|by Anonymous||reply 25||02/22/2021|
Kippers (smoked Herring) are still a thing in the UK.
|by Anonymous||reply 26||02/22/2021|
OP’s image looks like it includes a side dish of Alien.
|by Anonymous||reply 27||02/22/2021|
Dominican breakfast isn’t much to look at, but it really hits the spot.
|by Anonymous||reply 28||02/22/2021|
The best breakfast away from the USA was in Tokyo. A cafe a few blocks from our B& B served a bowl of sticky rice topped with a Salisbury steak with cheddar cheese and a fried egg with miso soup on the side. We ate there four times. One of the most satisfying meals I’ve ever eaten.
|by Anonymous||reply 29||02/22/2021|
What a sweet Mongolian family. I bet they're way happier than than the avg Wall St. billionaire.
|by Anonymous||reply 30||02/22/2021|
|by Anonymous||reply 31||02/22/2021|
The Turkish breakfast looks delicious. I'd LOVE to try shakshuka. The Mongolian food was different shades of white and about the only thing i'd want to try is the fried bread; however the kids were as cute as buttons. Yes, i've stayed in Paris and absolutely a croissant and coffee is not a bad way to start the day. I have to say the full English breakfast minus the blood sausage is my definite favorite...i'm more a savory breakfast person then pancakes/sweet stuff for breakfast. No cold cereal in my cupboard, but my parents were hippies and we grew up on whole/unprocessed foods. Crap like that was not allowed in our house.
|by Anonymous||reply 32||02/22/2021|
A typical English fry-up
|by Anonymous||reply 33||02/22/2021|
What in the world are they eating?
|by Anonymous||reply 34||02/23/2021|
I love Turkish and Middle Eastern breakfasts. So fresh. I went through a long phase of eating sliced cucumber, sliced tomatoes, toast and cottage cheese or yogurt every day during a hot summer.
|by Anonymous||reply 35||02/23/2021|
How I hated this when it came out.
|by Anonymous||reply 36||02/23/2021|
OP - I always thought an internationally themed breakfast restaurant would be fun. It seems that outside of the biggest metropolitan areas, in the US, very few "ethnic" restaurants serve breakfast. When I was in DC I had breakfast at this odd little Indian cafe. The husband was South Indian and his wife was Parsi (like Freddie Mercury) and they served a mix of South Indian food and the rarer, hard to find, Parsi cuisine. They were also open for breakfast. I had this WONDERFUL, incredibly flavorful Parsi scrambled egg dish called akoori.
|by Anonymous||reply 37||02/23/2021|
Mollete, a soft light bread, lightly toasted, rubbed top, bottom, and sides with a garlic clove, topped with the best olive oil, crushed fresh tomato, more olive oil, then paper thin slices of jamón serrano, or, better yet, jamón ibérico de bellota.
Served with coffee and orange juice.
|by Anonymous||reply 38||02/23/2021|
Please. Desayuno Andaluz is a sucking off a couple of hot garbagemen in a Torremolinos alleyway.
|by Anonymous||reply 39||02/23/2021|
I was in Israel in 2007 and the hotel served SALAD as part of breakfast.
|by Anonymous||reply 40||02/23/2021|
I eat a bowl of cut up orange, thawed frozen strawberries, and hunks of cantaloupe. It’s surprisingly filling.
|by Anonymous||reply 41||02/23/2021|
[quote]R30 What a sweet Mongolian family. I bet they're way happier than the avg Wall St. billionaire.
The little girls are so cute. I hope they have happy lives.
|by Anonymous||reply 42||02/23/2021|
Here's Clarissa Dickson Wright's episode on Breakfast. The Two Fat Ladies made a version of R15 's dish on an episode called "Food in the Wild".
|by Anonymous||reply 43||02/23/2021|
OP, thanks, that was interesting. I'm guessing these people are nomads since they're in a yurt?
|by Anonymous||reply 44||02/23/2021|
I stayed with a family in rural Austria once and they ate ham and cheese sandwiches for breakfast. I didn't really mind, but they always left the windows open and in August there were tons of flies, including on the food.
|by Anonymous||reply 45||02/23/2021|
Breakfast food in general is one of my favorite meals (which is odd as I don't eat breakfast ie, in the morning). I would LOVE a restaurant with breakfasts from around the world.
|by Anonymous||reply 46||02/23/2021|
Is this really a typical Australian breakfast?
|by Anonymous||reply 47||02/23/2021|
I spent a summer in Turkey in the late 1980s, and fell in love with the breakfasts: Fresh cucumbers, tomatoes, feta cheese, honey, bread, almonds and tea/coffee.
There is a Honduran restaurant not far from me, and I have their desanyuno at least once a month (scrambled eggs and chourizo, fried plantains, cheese, beans, tortillas, and crema).
|by Anonymous||reply 48||02/23/2021|
Israel makes a bigger deal of breakfast than any country I've ever traveled to.
It's combination of what Americans know as traditional Eastern European Jewish food (lox, herring, sable and other smoked fish) and Middle Eastern-- hummus, shakshouka,cheeses, pita, bourekas, Israeli salad (cucumbers and tomatoes with scallions), olives, babaganoush, etc., with some Russian thrown in: caviar and blinis
Originated in the early kibbutzim where people were going to go out and work on the farm all day.
It's generally served buffet style and hotels in Tel Aviv compete to provide the most lavish breakfast spreads.
|by Anonymous||reply 49||02/23/2021|
I love having pho for breakfast in Vietnam
|by Anonymous||reply 50||02/23/2021|
The Mongolian breakfast has too many hands on it.
|by Anonymous||reply 51||02/23/2021|
St. Louis' Washington Avenue Stroll "Whore's Breakfast" (Same as a whore's breakfast anywhere else):
Paper cup of coffee in one hand, doughnut worn like a ring and lit cigarette held between first two fingers.
Sip. Puff. Bite. Repeat.
It's been a long night and Youngblood will be driving up for the payload any minute.
|by Anonymous||reply 52||02/23/2021|
r49, that sounds amazing. minus fish (not a fan).
r51 and not enough color to it.
|by Anonymous||reply 53||02/23/2021|
That breakfast looks great R49.
|by Anonymous||reply 54||02/24/2021|
|by Anonymous||reply 55||02/24/2021|
So that's what Genghis Khan ate for breakfast?
|by Anonymous||reply 56||02/25/2021|
R49 ‘Traditional Israeli’. Lol, don’t make us laugh. That is typical Mediterranean food that Israelis claim is theres.
|by Anonymous||reply 57||02/25/2021|
Breakfast in Italy is eaten standing up.
|by Anonymous||reply 58||02/25/2021|
|by Anonymous||reply 59||02/25/2021|
|by Anonymous||reply 60||02/25/2021|
I love congee.
|by Anonymous||reply 61||Last Friday at 12:44 AM|
R5 Yes. I have porridge for my breakfast on a Sunday morning in winter.
R21 Yes. I have baked beans with my full English breakfast on a Saturday morning.
R26 Yes. I had kippers for tea though last night at 6pm. If you stay at a hotel in Scotland you'll probably be offered them for breakfast.
R58 With lots of cake and coffee!
|by Anonymous||reply 62||Last Friday at 1:08 AM|
But do they eat breakfast in bed?
|by Anonymous||reply 63||Last Saturday at 8:53 AM|