One of the best things about Winter is the food. Salads and smoothies are both delicious, but there’s nothing like a change of temperature to re-ignite your cravings for more nutritious dishes. And what is the most important meal of the day? That’s right, the first one. Breakfast, brunch, whatever you want to order (sometimes depending on whether you were out the night before) The meal you start your day with is the key to the rest of it. And at the end of the week, when time permits, this meal can take on a whole new dimension.
What do you eat for? breakfast is often deeply oriented in cultural traditionsand it varies massively from country to country. So if you don’t have any flight put in the near future, that is A great way to explore the world from your own kitchen. Self-shipped to the UK with bacon and eggs. Picture the Eiffel Tower over a croissant, or visit Rome through the foam of a cappuccino.
This is Our 10 favorite breakfasts from around the world (warning: images may cause dribbling)…
1. United Kingdom
Think this looks like a lot of food? Well, this is really a luxurious and limited version of the traditional English breakfast, but it has all the essential ingredients: eggs, bacon, sausage, baked beans, tomatoes and toast. The Scottish variation on this protein mountain also includes black pudding and tattie scones, while in Ireland they favor white pudding and soda bread – you won’t feel hungry until dinner.
Ask for hot chocolate in Spain on a Fall/Winter morning and you won’t get what you expect. Forget the chocolate milk; think a cup of hot chocolate. Then dip deep-fried pastries specially shaped for this purpose. Who doesn’t want to warm up this way on a cold morning?
3. United States
As a country known for its hearty breakfasts, this is a delicate way of making traditional American pancakes. But if the combination of honey, blueberries, and bacon isn’t to your taste, you can put almost anything on them from chocolate to other fruits.
Famous for its long lunches and love of food in general, the Italian breakfast is surprisingly light. To save time, they favor a cornetto (Italian croissant) and a cappuccino. In fact, contrary to what people in other countries might do, an Italian would think it strange to drink this frothy beverage at any other time of the day.
Called ‘Morgenmad’, this cold meat, bread and cheese dish is very popular in Denmark. Especially on weekends, The baker prepares a wide variety of breads and cakes for the meal. Pictured is a typical breakfast consisting of rye bread, called ‘rugbrød’, a hard-boiled egg, cheese, butter, jam and a bowl of cereal.
Breakfast at France is an enchanting experience. The array of pastries, crusty bread, preservatives and butter make you feel like a kid roaming around in a sweet shop. Best served on some sort of checkered tablecloth and with a backdrop of the French countryside.
Australians are famous for their brunches – it must be all the surfing and healthy outdoor activities that really kick up the appetite. Bill’s of Australia is the place for brunch if you happen to be on the continent, or indeed elsewhere, as they now export cuisine from below to Japan and London. Don’t be afraid to be a little innovating and incorporating into breakfast, here you have sweet corn fried with grilled tomatoes, spinach and bacon.
This breakfast is truly a feast for the palate. The most popular and traditional morning food in Iran is Haleem in a bowl. This includes meat (lamb or chicken), cinnamon, melted butter, sugar and salt. Serve hot or cold.
For Westerners, Japanese breakfast will prove a real adventure. A far cry from the sweet or savory meals we’re used to, it consists of soup, a bowl of rice, vegetables and fish served in a beautiful crockery.
German breakfast varies greatly depending on which country you are in. But this is the most common variety, which includes meat, yogurt, and cheese. The best part is the variety of breads, cereals and cakes accompanying these.
Typical Moroccan breakfast includes Moroccan tea and coffee with milk, served with Moroccan bread, pancakes (Beghrir) or cakes (Msemen) are often served with butter and jam. A glass freshly squeezed orange juice is also a must!
Is your stomach already rumbling? Get in the kitchen and start making your favorite world breakfast! But don’t forget to let us know about it then. Also, if you know of any other kind of breakfast from around the world, please share…