August Theme Day…Typical Breakfast

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Today is Theme Day and you are invited to see how the world starts it’s day. I went out to eat breakfast twice and each time forgot to take a picture of what it suppose to look like before someone started eating. You are looking at a “Senior or Kids Breakfast”…the egg was over easy…one piece of bacon, and the pancakes have been buttered. The mug is full of a good breakfast tea. Yum, yum!

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39 thoughts on “August Theme Day…Typical Breakfast”

  1. This is cheery and bright, the drink of tea is interesting, I dont know whether much tea is drunk in your country, not being a seasoned traveller!

  2. are those runny egg yokes?

    I love eggs like that!
    I am actually hungry now.. It’s almost dinner time here, but I think I wanna have breakfast for dinner!

  3. I love runny eggs and crispy bacon and after a friend of mine went to the US and educated me, when they returned, I can now eat bacon and pancakes together – but don’t know about the egg!!!!

    It looks like we have interrupted you mind-mouthful – sorry!!!!

  4. This breakfast speaks volumes to me. The fact thatitcalled a “Seniors” or “Kids” I assume refers to the size. The one thing that remains incredible to me is the portion servings of a typical American meal – HUMUNGOUS. Cos, to me, this is a normal, adult sized breakfast! I know not everyone in the US actually eats all those huge portions, which also leads to an incredible amount of food waste.

    When we travelled in the US as 2 adults and 1 child, we’d often not order at all for the child, or would order 1 adult and 1 kids’ meal – it was a great way to save money!

  5. The scrambled eggs and pancake are my choice of breakfast! I’m drooling over them now. We have half boiled eggs as our breakfast, too.

  6. voila un bon petit dejeuner, apres cela moi j’irais faire la sieste ;o)

    veiled a good breakfast, after that me I would make the nap ;O)

  7. Happy August Norma!
    Hey,if you’re not gonna finish that……
    I think it would be great to have breakfast early in Sequim.
    Such a cute town the way you show it off.

  8. That’s a kid’s portion, looks very generous. I had the same thought as Kate, that you might have something with lavender in your breakfast. I’m actually working through a very nice jar of lavender honey, yum! — Thank you for your visit and nice comments at Villigen 🙂

  9. Really delicious and colourful breakfast.
    I love scrambled eggs, and tea too
    Great photo.
    I made alu parathas with mint chutney, but remembered to photograph the breakfast only after we finished the last paratha. So, the next day, I prepared Sabudana khichdi and clicked it.

  10. I love breakfast out! Yours is the first photo I’ve seen today of a partially eaten meal. . .I think it makes a nice take on our theme. Puts us right there behind the plate, almost tasting it.
    -Kim

  11. Now that’s my kind of breakfast – but I’d need more than one slice of bacon, for sure. Bacon is one of my favourite things – pity it’s so darned unhealthy.

  12. I enyoy this kind of american food. By the other hand believe it or not, sugar is the best antidote for spiecy.

    Best regards

    Poly

  13. Great photo of pancakes, just wondering where the maple syrup is to make it a perfect meal!!!

    Thanks for visiting my NorthBayPhoto blog and for the comments.

    PS> Next time you are in Canada you’ll have to go to a Tim Hortons for some coffee and donuts!

  14. I like pancakes! I hadn’t buttered the pancakes before but just did last Monday at McDonald’s. My mom didn’t know to put butter on them when she would cook for me in my childhood.

  15. I like pancakes! I hadn’t buttered the pancakes before but just did last Monday at McDonald’s. My mom had no idea of putting some butter on them when she would cook for me in my childhood.

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