This was breakfast the other day…
It’s bacon, eggs over medium and toast with butter. I put some salt, pepper and hot sauce on my eggs. I’m a big hot sauce fan. Right now the chosen flavor is Marie Sharp’s Firey Hot Habanero. Some folks like spicy stuff on their eggs, some not, but all-in-all, this represents a traditional and fairly common American breakfast.
As I shoveled the meal into my belly in the fast, gross and frowned-upon way that seems to have become a stereotypical focal point of others’ criticisms of Americans, I couldn’t help but wonder, what does everyone else eat in the mornings? We already know that even the definition of bacon changes from country to country. Certainly the definition of breakfast must change as well.
I know that we have readers in dozens of countries around the world. Members of the Bacon Brigade just like you have already visited and subscribed from six continents. (We’re waiting on you, McMurdo Station.) Natives of Ireland, Nigeria, Australia, Indonesia, South Africa, China, New Zealand, Canada, France and so many other countries have shown their love for bacon by reading Bacon Today. Now it’s your turn to let the rest of the world know how you make bacon a part of your everyday life.
Leave us a comment and let us know what you typically eat for breakfast. Does it involve bacon? If not, when do you typically eat bacon? Lunch? Dinner? Special occasions?
Be heard. Be bacon.
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