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Day 255: Breakfast Club

What are good things to have for breakfast? That is the question de jour (my jour) on Meet Me at Mikes' 52 Lists. Here is my answer:

The Slightly-Healthy Brunch Version:
Smashed (love that menu-word) avocado with lemon and goats cheese on sourdough, topped with a poached egg. Or, corn fritters with smashed avocado, beetroot relish, wasabi mayo and a bacon side. All with at least two lattes and good company.

The Culturally Aware Version:
Pho. Vietnamese broth with noodles, fresh herbs, lime, chili and topped with fine cut raw beef that cooks itself in the hot broth. Divineness in a bowl. Doesn't really go with coffee, but I don't do breakfast without, so go the Vietnamese option of coffee served with lots of condensed milk for the authentic immersion. I am physically drooling.

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The Everyday:
Two Weetbix, soaked in milk until soft and then zapped for a minute in the microwave. Add a spoon of golden syrup. Yes, it is effectively baby food. But babies don't have at least two brewed white coffees with it, do they?

The Insanely-Bad-For-Me, Regression to Childhood Version:
At least two brewed white coffees with a plate of biscuits or cake. I am ashamed but sometimes this is what I have when I get up in the morning. Ironically it makes me hungry again in about forty-five minutes.

The Night-Shift Version:
Because night-shift warps all ideas of the nature of arbitrary time, the best types of post shift breakfast goes along this line: steak, chips, a fried egg, worchestshire sauce, and beer.

P.S: Went to breakfast after this post and they none of these options. Sorely disappointed!


The Outfit
Tag-in, Tag-out Project in play, with one item each day carried to the next
Shirt (which is a dress, Tag-out): Op-shopped
Skirt: Op-shopped (I'm tagging this out permanently; just can't seem to make it work in my favour—back to the op-shop)
Cuff (Tag-in): Op-shopped
Shoes: Irregular Choice 'Sparkly Cosmo'


Photographer de Jour: Moi


Who wore it better?

Putting a link on with:

pleated poppy


Comments

  1. I love the blouse.

    I'm hungry for the first version right now and it's 11 pm. Instead I'm eating 3 plain rice cakes. Not quite the same.

    bisous
    Suzanne

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    1. It's cruel to talk, write or read about yummy food when rice cakes is all you have. Avocado is the 'good oil' though - couldn't you have a little with them?

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  2. Just give me Pancakes, whipped Butter and Canadian Maple Syrup. This would be my Firing Squad last request.

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    1. I am not sure what I would have. I would maybe try to eat myself to death before I actually had to face the bullet. It least you wouldn't have to worry about that 'full' feeling for long. Or diabetes my love!

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