you cant eat applause for breakfast
October 8, 2007 8:18 PM   Subscribe

Breakfast looks different to different people. That alone made me wanna post this cuz that's just hella cool, but after I saw that, I started wondering what does breakfast sound like? Why should we even bother with breakfast? Here's some more thoughts on breakfast. Hungry yet? This was a great movie by the way. I guess that one was okay too. So what did you have for breakfast? [previously]
posted by ZachsMind (71 comments total) 13 users marked this as a favorite
Breakfast can be blasphemously delicious. [direct link to a mov file]
posted by ZachsMind at 8:23 PM on October 8, 2007

I just wanna know how one becomes a janitor because Andrew here is very interested in pursuing a career in the custodial arts.
posted by Poolio at 8:26 PM on October 8, 2007 [2 favorites]

Beautifully presented, but I would have found it a more interesting project if there were a bit more age, race, and demographic disparity.

At the risk of indulging in chatfilter, I have two breakfasts. In the warmer 6 months it's Stonyfield yogurt (key lime, lemon, raspberry, or chocolate) with 1/2 cup Kashi cereal. In winter it's 2 slices low carb whole wheat toast with 1 T peanut butter and slices of banana.
posted by Miko at 8:26 PM on October 8, 2007 [2 favorites]

i have flapjax. i have them at midnight.
posted by vrakatar at 8:28 PM on October 8, 2007 [1 favorite]

I feel Great!
posted by Balisong at 8:29 PM on October 8, 2007

I usually have lunch for breakfast.
posted by Poolio at 8:29 PM on October 8, 2007

I don't want to derail but... this would have been an excellent FPP if it was just the first word and link. The rest of the post just weakens it and is one of the things that drives me bonkers about MeFi these days.

Thanks for the (first) link!
posted by dobbs at 8:30 PM on October 8, 2007

I question the truthfulness of this due to the dominance of healthy foodstuffs. I know that most of the time I do a pot of tea with either a banana or toast with peanut butter and jam. But many are the days when I go full out with two eggs over easy, hash browns, sourdough toast (with butter thank you very much) as well as chicken fried steak and gravy at the local diner. Admittedly, I saw a burrito and what looked to be a greasy scramble on a tortilla, but I do think the subjects skewed towards what they wanted to eat for breakfast rather than what they really ate.
posted by ranchocalamari at 8:34 PM on October 8, 2007 [2 favorites]

No matter what I have for breakfast, I always make sure to wash it all down with a tall, refreshing glass of Minute Maid orange juice. Ahhh: Now that's affordable!

Also: Supertramp.
posted by Reggie Digest at 8:35 PM on October 8, 2007

Yes, the presentation is beautiful. Everyone's breakfast and everyone's china looks like it could be in a museum. And for this I actually did enjoy the link. But does she only know middle class hippie New Yorkers? I feel like there was so much that could have been done; people eat all sorts of different types of breakfast: cold noodle soup, quesadillas, fish stew with ground manioc. The choices are almost endless. And yet the most diverse things here seemed to be fruit in cereal, sausage gravy on biscuits, a convenience store burritos.

I really like the breakfast blog, though. True food porn there. I think I'll have to make some eggs benedict this weekend.
posted by mosessis at 8:37 PM on October 8, 2007

I agree with ranchocalamari - it's doubtful. Either some of 'em are putting the best face on things, or the survey pool was just the yoga-taking green-tea-drinking hipster friends of the photographer. I scrolled through looking for a nice bacon'n'egg mess with a couple hefty slices of toast with butter and jam, to no avail. Also, an honest portrait would include some empty plates for the breakfast skippers, plus a preponderance of Clif and Luna bars, and some serious Dunkin Donuts Croissanwiches, muffins, and donuts.
posted by Miko at 8:37 PM on October 8, 2007 [1 favorite]

I'm usually not a breakfast eater, unless copious amounts of coffee count as breakfast. But I love breakfast suppers. A plate of sausage, eggs, hashbrowns and pancakes is great comfort food.
posted by amyms at 8:39 PM on October 8, 2007 [1 favorite]

I ate a banana and a hard-steamed (they taste slightly better when you steam them instead of boiling them) egg white (I'm not trying to cut my cholesterol, I just don't really like egg yolks), which is pretty much par for the course. If we're out of bananas and/or eggs, I might eat a peanut butter and jelly sandwich.

I'm not quite sure why I feel this is interesting, but I'm compelled to comment anyway.
posted by ErWenn at 8:40 PM on October 8, 2007

The first link is missing one.
posted by tepidmonkey at 8:40 PM on October 8, 2007 [1 favorite]

Agree with miko about demographic diversity. I was surprised - and surprised that I was surprised - when I realized my Chinese-Singaporean officemates ate char kway teow for breakfast.

My own preference for a fried rice/marinated fried pork/eggs-over-easy combination, or chocolate rice porridge sprinkled with bits of dried salted fish, would probably have them making faces, too.
posted by micketymoc at 8:41 PM on October 8, 2007 [1 favorite]

Sorry Dobbs. I'm not 7hama. I'm vociferous. I'm the evil anti-7hama. And please do the ChatFilter thing. That's the point here. What's your breakfast like? This is my thread. I encourage chatfilter and derailing. I think it's fun! =) My breakfast is usually a bowl of store brand honey nut frosted oats in faux moo. Occasionally with a banana. Then on the way to work if I have time, I stop by Whataburger and grab a chicken sandwich. I call that second breakfast.
posted by ZachsMind at 8:43 PM on October 8, 2007

Don't. Say. Hella.
posted by redteam at 8:45 PM on October 8, 2007 [6 favorites]

I liked the one lady that just had coffee and cigarettes. I thought "Finally! Someone who is telling the truth!
posted by spec80 at 8:52 PM on October 8, 2007 [1 favorite]

They all looked really gross to me. I'm sure they're yummy in the morning -- but as far as physical appearance goes, this made me realize just how ugly breakfast can be.
posted by treepour at 8:57 PM on October 8, 2007

Yes, the presentation is beautiful. Everyone's breakfast and everyone's china looks like it could be in a museum.

Indeed. I suspect a non-representative sample, as I saw no Space Food Sticks, Quisp, or Bloody Marys.
posted by Tube at 8:59 PM on October 8, 2007 [2 favorites]

Come on now. Who eats two apples and a cup of coffee for breakfast?

(besides her I mean)
posted by itchylick at 9:06 PM on October 8, 2007

I usually have a couple of sausage biscuits and a fruit of some kind, with a cup of apple juice or orange juice.
posted by JDHarper at 9:18 PM on October 8, 2007

I'm intrigued by the guy who apparently uses a fork and spoon to eat baked beans on toast.
posted by bunglin jones at 9:19 PM on October 8, 2007

I haven't been eating breakfast recently. It goes along with the feeling of stagnancy I've had over the past few weeks, I think. Over the long weekend -- five days! -- I got up so late every day that I had to hurry to even eat lunch at a reasonable hour.

But I was in a breakfast mood today, so I wandered out in the early afternoon rain, still wearing my pajamas, and brought back an egg and cheese sandwich at Dunkin' Donuts. It's remarkable how much better I can feel after eating breakfast.

Tomorrow I'll be up early.
posted by danb at 9:23 PM on October 8, 2007 [1 favorite]

Is it just me or does the slice of apple (?) in this picture make it look as though two pictures of the bowl had been spliced together along the middle? I'm pretty sure it's an illusion, but I have a hard time shaking it.
posted by jedicus at 9:25 PM on October 8, 2007

I found myself upset that more people weren't enjoying and eggs, bacon, oatmeal/malt-o-meal, pancakes, juice, milk, and coffee combination. Not one at a time, but all together. That is my ideal breakfast. Perhaps its a mash up of my whole family, though I started drinking coffee young, but it reminds me of all sorts of wonderful smells. Looking at these pictures, it made me sad that so many other people just have coffee or fruit or toast or some incredibly low calorie thing. I wanted the real world to be full of the deliciousness of my youth. Lots of different stuff piled high that you didn't know if you could eat it all but somehow you could. Unfortunately, the photo set appears just to be a reflection of college breakfast eating habits, my mid twenties, and lack of time. When you start eating reality is when you realize things are getting dull.
posted by Mister Cheese at 9:29 PM on October 8, 2007

Come on now. Who eats two apples and a cup of coffee for breakfast?

(besides her I mean)

Apparently, he does.
posted by jedicus at 9:31 PM on October 8, 2007

Well typically I eat only fresh fruit for breakfast Monday through Saturday. But on Sundays I eat insanely unhealthy breakfasts from a couple of local greasy spoons.
posted by aerotive at 9:35 PM on October 8, 2007

I should go to my old favorite morning hangout again. I haven't been to Cafe Brazil in years but they have the best omelettes, and their French toast with fruit was more of a dessert than a breakfast. My fave meal of theirs was the Brazilian Breakfast: Two Farm Fresh Eggs, a Chorizo Empanada topped with Spicy Cream Sauce, Cheddar Cheese and a Jalapeno, served with Rosemary Potatoes and Grilled Homemade White Bread... woah. It's $7.99 now. Okay. Now I remember why I stopped going.
posted by ZachsMind at 9:53 PM on October 8, 2007

Yes Jedicus it does look like a splicing job was done on that photograph, now that you mention it. That's kinda weird.

And sometimes I too have PB&J for breakfast instead of cereal with milk, but PB&J is an auto substitute for any meal in my book. I've gone weeks before, eating nothing but PB&J and vitamin supplements.
posted by ZachsMind at 9:57 PM on October 8, 2007

Places that serve breakfast all day > all other restaurants
posted by Rangeboy at 10:09 PM on October 8, 2007 [4 favorites]

Today I had two pieces of (someone else's) birthday cake for breakfast.

What? It had fruit in the filling between the layers...
posted by oats at 10:12 PM on October 8, 2007

everybody else's table is cooler than mine. also, ever notice how people start to look like their breakfast after a while?
posted by JohnFredra at 10:53 PM on October 8, 2007

Did the woman who looked like she was on meth have a cold yam on that plate? Eegah.

Today for breakfast I had en entire pound of Johnsonville maple flavoured pork breakfast sausages, cooked and then chopped up in three quarters of a pound of shredded hash browns with three eggs poured on top and cooked through, then drenched liberally with green chili sauce. Because it was my day off. Yeah, I felt gross all day. No, never again.
posted by ten pounds of inedita at 11:02 PM on October 8, 2007

Hunter S. Thompson on breakfast:

Breakfast is the only meal of the day that I tend to view with the same kind of traditionalized reverence that most people associate with Lunch and Dinner. I like to eat breakfast alone, and almost never before noon; anybody with a terminally jangled lifestyle needs at least one psychic anchor every twenty-four hours, and mine is breakfast. In Hong Kong, Dallas or at home — and regardless of whether or not I have been to bed — breakfast is a personal ritual that can only be properly observed alone, and in a spirit of genuine excess. The food factor should always be massive: four Bloody Marys, two grapefruits, a pot of coffee, Rangoon crepes, a half-pound of either sausage, bacon, or corned beef hash with diced chiles, a Spanish omelette or eggs Benedict, a quart of milk, a chopped lemon for random seasoning, and something like a slice of Key lime pie, two margaritas, and six lines of the best cocaine for dessert…. Right, and there should also be two or three newspapers, all mail and messages, a telephone, a notebook for planning the next twenty-four hours and at least one source of good music…. All of which should be dealt with outside, in the warmth of a hot sun, and preferably stone naked.

Personally, I could probably stand to eat breakfast more often, and eat better stuff when I do eat it. I had a pear for breakfast today, and cinnamon toast with peanut butter two days before. I should probably treat myself to bacon and eggs at some point in the near future.
posted by grandsham at 11:06 PM on October 8, 2007 [3 favorites]

Breakfast is my favourite meal. Here are some things I like for breakfast, in no particular order, and usually in combination with other things from the list:

Eggs (fried or poached, occasionally scrambled or boiled)
Sausage (especially pork chipolatas)
Baked beans (preferably home made, in a sweet-and-spicy sauce)
Black pudding
White pudding
Pancakes (preferably with bacon and maple syrup)
Hash browns
Fried potato slices
Corn fritters
Fried onion
Cold pizza (ideally with jalapenos)

But usually I just skip it.
posted by robcorr at 11:31 PM on October 8, 2007

Breakfast for me is a insanely quiet ritual, regardless of whether or not I'm surrounded by other people, whether I'm having my weekday meal of cereal, coffee and orange juice or a sunday meal of bacon and eggs, whether I'm eating it at 7 in the morning or 2 in the afternoon. Me, food, a newspaper, and some tv news or the radio in the background.

This has gotten me into trouble with girlfriends on more than one occasion.
posted by thecaddy at 11:53 PM on October 8, 2007

I have a banana and two glasses of water every morning. On Saturday, I sleep late and make myself a huge omelet with onion, pepper, and a heart-clogging amount of cheese served on two slices of buttered toast with a shitload of Sriracha sauce. Preferably with a Coke. I live my life for Saturday.
posted by Foam Pants at 12:17 AM on October 9, 2007

I'm fighting Zach and Poolio BOTH with corned-beef hash!
posted by Roach at 12:17 AM on October 9, 2007

mmm breakfast!

In Malaysia you can have all sorts of things for breakfast. Nasi lemak, chapati, fried noodles...whatever you wish, really.

When I'm back home I'd normally have toast (with butter, peanut butter, or Nutella), cereal, fruit, and Milo. On Sundays we'd often have eggs, French toast (savoury; I'm surprised people eat them with maple syrup!!), paratha, or sausages.

Here in college I'd have cereal, toast (peanut butter + butter + honey = YUM), and/or fruit, though occasionally I'll have a hot dish like croissants, pancakes, or baked beans. On weekends they bring out the hot breakfasts, so I'll have eggs, hash browns (the oilier the better), baked beans on toast, and sausages - though now that I've cut out red meat from my diet, I don't eat sausages anymore.

In Japan they really FEED you for breakfast. Every morning for 6 weeks I'll have all sorts of food for the morning - grilled fish, miso soup, duck/goose meat once, rice, eggs, name it, they had it. In Japan I picked up the (yummy) habit of eating raw egg on rice. A lot of my tour mates were grossed out but I loved it.

I was quite happy in Europe too, particularly in The Netherlands and Belgium as they had CHOCOLATE for breakfast. Chocolate sprinkles on bread! Every morning! Yum! In Belgium I had 3 cups of hot chocolate every morning for a week. Koln was a bit painful though - I was hosted in a Catholic monastery and only had the same old bread and the same old cheese day in day out. I was SO GLAD to be out of there.

great, now I'm hungry again.
posted by divabat at 12:23 AM on October 9, 2007 [1 favorite]

(This is one of those posts where I talk about Korea yet again. Sorry.)

One of those many little expat-life things that have always, I don't know, discombobulated me a bit about living in Korea is that most people eat exactly the same stuff for breakfast as they might for lunch or dinner or whatever -- rice, fish, kimchi in all its varieties, seaweed, etc. There's a bit of a 'breakfast culture' these days developing along with the burgeoning coffee culture (thank god, finally) -- mostly the continental thing of good coffee and some kind of fresh baked goods -- but I so miss greasy-spoon diner heart-stopper breakfasts on the weekends, sometimes.

At least for the last year or two I've been able to buy bacon and sausages and sourdough bread and make my own at home.

Kimchi and grilled fish in the morning, much as my palate has changed over the years, just don't cut it.

Best (or at least most memorable breakfasts) ever? The little no-star hotel me and a buddy stayed at in Paris for a few weeks way back when. Jugs of drinking chocolate and coffee, exquisite fresh croissants and sliced baguettes with jams and jellies.... oh, man.

Now I'm hungry, too.
posted by stavrosthewonderchicken at 2:06 AM on October 9, 2007 [1 favorite]

I love breakfast. I'm glad we had Hunter S. Thompson in the thread to balance out the artsy wankers with their half a half of grapefruit and coffee, because that was pretty much bullshit.

Fun post though. Now I'm hungry.

Sunday is not Sunday without an awesome breakfast. I make great omelettes.
posted by blacklite at 3:03 AM on October 9, 2007

I started off interested in the breakfasts, but predictably enough, I was much more interested in the faces. The pretty lady with the impish smile and the bowl of Cheerios made my morning!

(Instant oatmeal with some dried fruit, granola and yogurt here. Coffee eventually too. Cheers!)
posted by pax digita at 3:13 AM on October 9, 2007

Last week I experienced the wonder that is Tonga Toast. Now that was breakfast. Now that I'm home, however, it's back to cereal and bananas for me.
posted by Biblio at 3:24 AM on October 9, 2007

You have not lived until you have had a hot slab of fried salty dough in the form of puri and spicy dal.
posted by DenOfSizer at 3:38 AM on October 9, 2007

My own preference for a fried rice/marinated fried pork/eggs-over-easy combination, or chocolate rice porridge sprinkled with bits of dried salted fish, would probably have them making faces, too.
micketymoc - change the marinated fried pork to brined deep fried trout and you've pretty much described my comfort food breakfast, too.

Champorado and daing FTW, y'all.

It's one of those weird expat things where living in the States, one just can't find a decent place that serves fish in the morning. Smoked salmon on a bagel, much as my palate has changed over the years, just doesn't cut it.
posted by bl1nk at 4:35 AM on October 9, 2007

Rice and nuoc mam make a pretty good breakfast, come to think of it. But remember to brush your teeth before you leave for work. (Memorable reactions.)
posted by pax digita at 4:37 AM on October 9, 2007

It's one of those weird expat things where living in the States, one just can't find a decent place that serves fish in the morning. Smoked salmon on a bagel, much as my palate has changed over the years, just doesn't cut it.

Touché, touché sir (or madam). But, sorry: after 11 years in Korea, I still reckon fish in the morning is about as appealing as licking your dead grandmother's crotch. Except oilier.

I withdraw now, in order that I may trade sarcastic food quips with you... another day.
posted by stavrosthewonderchicken at 4:47 AM on October 9, 2007

The lady with the cottage cheese looks so damn depressed. And rightly so.
posted by SassHat at 5:06 AM on October 9, 2007

Where are the people who eat cold left-overs for breakfast? Did I miss them? This morning's breakfast was three left-over sausages with plenty of onion gravy in a bowl with some peas and corn, a bucket of sweet milky tea and the small left-over piece of merlot-chocolate that I somehow missed yesterday.

Where are the eaters of cold pizza out of a box that's been left on the coffee table all night? Where are the curry-munchers who prefer cold Thai with extra chilli to wake 'em up?

Looking at these photo's leads me to a sad conclusion - most of these people appear to go to bed sober.
posted by ninazer0 at 5:41 AM on October 9, 2007

I've definitely been guilty of leftovers for breakfast. I'm watching my carb and gluten intake and when I'm like 'dear Arioch not another goddamn omelette' I end up eating dinner leftovers for breakfast. Nothing like chicken mole at 7 am. I have also had slabs of cheddar when in a hurry. Those were dark days.

This morning? High protein milk, soy protein powder, cocoa powder and natural peanut butter, in the blender for a few minutes. I really need to switch it up a bit, but it takes a lot of flavor to cover the soy powder. Blerg, dehydrated beans. Still, I won't be hungry until lunch and there's no HFCS (or any sweetener at all) in it.

I'm very sad that it looks like the gluten's going to have to go. There's a breakfast place within walking distance from home that has a line on weekend mornings. Belgian waffle with a mound of sliced strawberries, fresh whipped cream, and a side of meat (bacon/sausages, I don't care. Somethin' greasy.) And the other place with 40 different kinds of pancake! Sigh.
posted by cobaltnine at 6:13 AM on October 9, 2007

Tea. That's a meal in itself.
posted by triv at 6:46 AM on October 9, 2007

I've definitely been guilty of leftovers for breakfast.

Guilty of?

Once in a while I really love leftovers for breakfast --- especially The College Special of cold pizza.

Now I have a voracious meal-sharing live-in partner, and it's been years since I had a nice cold piece of pizza for breakfast, its cheese a thick, pale sheet waiting for my teeth to break through, its crust stiffened with chill, its flavors so different from last night, more subdued, more bashful.

I think next time we have pizza, I'll wrap up a piece and stash it for breakfast.
posted by Elsa at 7:16 AM on October 9, 2007 [1 favorite]

Also: Supertramp.
posted by Reggie Digest at 8:35 PM on October 8 [+] [!]

"Could we have kippers for breakfast
Mummy dear, Mummy dear
They got to have ´em in Texas
Cos everyone's a millionaire

hurrah for breakfast!
posted by ForeverDcember at 7:29 AM on October 9, 2007

ZachsMind - Cafe Brazil is good (I'm a big fan of their chicken quesadillas, though that's not really breakfast food). Have you tried Poor Richard's in east Plano? Printed on the wall: "Eat breakfast like a king, lunch like a prince, and dinner like a pauper."
posted by erikgrande at 7:43 AM on October 9, 2007

I knew I wouldn't be satisfied until I found someone in that photo set who eats cold pizza for breakfast. Fortunately, I was not disappointed.
posted by Faint of Butt at 7:58 AM on October 9, 2007

Somebody or other did a great little song about "Cold Pizza for Breakfast" -- at work now, so can't look up who.

Fried leftover mashed 'tatoes are great with eggs in the morning. A little green Tabasco on there. And slice up a beefsteak tomato and briefly pan-fry the slices. Hot, sweet black coffee on the side. Heaven!
posted by pax digita at 7:59 AM on October 9, 2007

Oh, and huevos revueltos rock.

Come to think of it, leftover enchiladas suiza make a pretty good hot breakfast.
posted by pax digita at 8:03 AM on October 9, 2007

Oh, and breakfast today was a big handsome cinnamon bun*, warmed a moment in the nuke, and a big cup of slightly milky coffee with a scant spoon of sugar.

*I made a batch of oatmeal molasses bread yesterday, and on a whim I shaped a bit of the dough into a few big fat buns rubbed with butter and rolled with cinnamon sugar. Mmm mmm that was tasty.
posted by Elsa at 8:35 AM on October 9, 2007

The best breakfasts are at Cora's.

I like the 'Bobby Button', a thin spinach and cheddar omelette between two crepes with a side of Hollandaise, home fries, and a side of fruit that would would be a whole breakfast at a lot of places.

Not cheap but stellar.
posted by WinnipegDragon at 8:39 AM on October 9, 2007

OK, for me breakfast is all about breads: rolls, whole grain bread with grains on top, black bread, etc.

And they are all ridiculously delicious with Schokostreusel a.k.a Hagelslag.

And, as at least one of my dutch friends confirmed, it has to be dark (regular) chocolate, not milk chocolate!

OK, it's not particularly healthy (whole grain though), but it's breakfast, it's for jump starting the body.

Caffeine and sugar, can't beat that, hey!
posted by mmkhd at 9:04 AM on October 9, 2007

Punks. Branding irons. Barbed wire. Rattlesnakes filled with masonry nails and carpet tacks. Etc.

(Also a blueberry, banana, orange and wheat germ smoothie, oatmeal an egg white omelet and two big apples. I do like raw egg on rice on occasion, Sundays I make pancakes, mushroom omelets and venison sausage for the kids...jeezus, I did used to eat punks for breakfast, when did I get domesticated?)
posted by Smedleyman at 9:28 AM on October 9, 2007

A cinnamon-raisin bagel, toasted, with cream cheese, maybe some juice, or just tea. That's my staple. I usually skip lunch after that.

If I really want to splurge and indulge the whole family, I make my cinnamon french toast with butter and powdered sugar on the weekends. MMm.

This is a dangerous thread. I'm wanting my second breakfast now!
posted by misha at 9:54 AM on October 9, 2007

I can't believe that no has mentioned the breakfast burrito yet... One large flour tortilla wrapping eggs, fried potatoes, bacon, breakfast sausage, cheese and fresh salsa...

Different places make them differently... Some have beans in them, or instead of sausage and bacon you might get corned beef hash. Or the eggs might be made with chorizo and the whole mess topped off with an enchilada sauce and a dollop of sour cream. I think you get the idea -- a sort of Mexican-themed breakfast all stuffed into a tortilla. It's one of my favorite breakfast foods.
posted by webnrrd2k at 10:04 AM on October 9, 2007

I agree with all the criticisms, but man, that food looks good. I'm hungry now. And I just ate lunch.
posted by lampoil at 11:10 AM on October 9, 2007

So, maybe its just me feeling nostaglic for American cereal (which I'd have every morning when I'm there), this is an interesting thread.

I took a picture of my own breakfast (I took it over a month ago) while I'm in Dakar, Senegal.

and narcissistic.
posted by fizzix at 12:07 PM on October 9, 2007

two morningstar farms "sausage" patties on two pepperige farm wheat mini-bagels.

with ketchup.

and watermelon juice. (as a drink, on the side, not *on* the sausage bagels)


i have to be in the right "mood" for sweets for breakfast. otherwise, it's an exclusively savory experience for me.
posted by CitizenD at 2:11 PM on October 9, 2007

ninazer0: "Where are the eaters of cold pizza?"

I've been known to do that on occasion. However, I remember seeing somewhere in the first link that there was one guy who had a single slice of pizza on his breakfast plate.
posted by ZachsMind at 2:57 PM on October 9, 2007

mmkhd: HAGELSLAG OMG. I *lived* on that while in Utrecht. Is there anywhere else in the world you can find them?
posted by divabat at 3:01 PM on October 9, 2007

ErikGrande thanks for the suggestion. I didn't know about that place but I'll see if I can give it a try before work some time this week. All this talk about breakfast is making me hungry for something more than a bowl of cereal. LOL and I don't cook.
posted by ZachsMind at 4:02 PM on October 9, 2007

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