What Breakfast Looks Like Around the World
Breakfast is complicated.
On weekdays, when you hit snooze and grab a cup of coffee on your way out the door, breakfast might just be an afterthought. (OK, maybe even a burden.) But on the weekends, when mimosas are flowing and bacon is frying, the first meal of the day can be transformative. It turns into something we all love.
Around the globe, the promise of a delicious breakfast plate can drag even the most zombie-like among us out of bed on a Sunday. The way we choose to enjoy that morning meal, however, differs immensely from country to country.
And take note: There’s not a single sad Styrofoam cup of coffee among them.
Saturday: *The* Fry Up at @hillandszrok pub in Old Street � sausage, bacon, beans & bubble, fried sweetbreads on toast all made in house with #superfood black pudding with a G&Tea and a macchiato � One of the best fry ups I've ever had and they'll even put the beans in a separate pot if you don't like them touching � ----------------------------- The guys at Hill and Szrok will be at Hoxton Square later today to support this years #HackneyVillageFayre to raise money for @magicbreky - I hope to see you ALL there!! �������
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