What's the strangest thing you have had for Breakfast, instead of usual Cereal or Toast?
Just last weekend, I had a big slice of birthday cake with coffee, for breakfast - given to me at a birthday party the previous day. Once, I even had a slice of Pizza.....
I had cheese cake (half a cake).................and ended up, well you guessed it. Stomach ache.
White Castle cheeseburgers...yum...they don't have them out here in Arizona though.
Dinner from the night before: Fish with rice and vegetables, tastes so good the next morning.
I was in Israel and picked up what looked like an innocent blueberry or cream filled pastry.
It was fish.
cold bowl of ham and beans, and a glass of milk to was it dow.
my champion hangover fix is grilled cheese and a glass of chocolate milk,.. that is if th night before was Rum,.... if it was tequila,... i'll have a nice little cup of air,... hold the atmosphere.
Potato soup in New Orleans. It just seemed the perfect way to start the day.
I would have to say homemade chocolate chip cookies with milk. I'm weak when it comes to sweets
My friends in Malaysia frequently test to see what we will and will not eat. So we had fish eggs, octopus and rice for breakfast more than once. And then the would try to slip in some more exotic things every once in awhile such as sea slug or even insects (and they have some interesting insects in Malaysia).
Cold pizza is my absolute favorite breakfast item when I don't have the traditional breakfast foods. One time I had shrimp cocktail...but I have to admit that I might have still be a little tipsy from the night before.
I follow under the same category: cake and ice cream. Desserts seems like the most unusual thing to start the day with, but then again, coffee cake is a breakfast favorite of many.
I had a craze about healthy food and tried to construct the healthiest breakfast ever by adding bits of things I thought were good to me. It included the next raw products: lemon slice, bits of garlic, onion ring, lots of parsley, broccoli, 3 or 4 leaves of basil, a single boiled egg and a small salad made of a carrot, tomato, avocado and a cucumber. Oh, I downed it all with a sugarless mug of green tea with jasmine.
Man, my stomach felt so weird for the rest of the day.
My favorites : Cereal & oats. But, two days ago, I had barbeque chicken wings, my brother bought the night before and drank lime juice. Yumm...chicken still taste great but then......Ouch! My stomach hurts ;D
6 pack of budweiser and some muffins and for lunch and dinner the same
I lived in Korea for a year, and there were some mornings where I was unable to get traditional breakfast foods. Instead I ate things like kimbap (kind of like a Korean sushi roll), kimchi (pickled spicy cabbage), various soups, and bibimbap (rice, veggies, red pepper, egg, and meat in a bowl). Weird for breakfast, but yummy!
Muffins with coffee it was o.k to have that as nothing else was there to eat.
I went to visit relatives in Ireland, who raised pigs. Each morning I awoke to a huge plate of sausage. It was delicious, but for a guy who'd never eaten anything that hadn't come from a grocery store, it was strange.
ive had doughnuts with egg and bacon in em it was so good
Sometimes I'll have leftover chinese take-out, which, for some reason, always tastes better the second day MmMmMm.
ICE CREAM! BEST BREAKFAST EVER! Yeah, I'm not one to follow rules.
I had a packet of "Nasi Lemak"or coconut rice with "teh tarik" or pulled tea for my breakfast. Yummy! Malaysian traditional breakfast.
The strangest thing that I have had for breakfast is steamed salmon.
Ribs. Yum lol. I usually don't like eating breakfast food for breakfast.
Buffalo Wings with jalepenos and blue cheese....mmmmmmmmmm
I think this might be common for an "unusual" breakfast, but as a recent college kid, I know you can't knock it until you have tried it: cold sausage and pineapple pizza. The pineapple tastes better cold, and because it is fruity brings it more to a breakfasty level. But any cold pizza really does the trick. Yum!
I am not a big breakfast eater but I like cottage cheese with nuts, fruit and a touch of honey mixed in. I have told that it is a "weird" breakfast but I like it.
These days,I am only taking tea as a breakfast.But desserts are the most unusual thing to start the day with, however, coffee cake is a breakfast.
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