What is a traditional breakfast in your country?

Help me out with some breakfast ideas: what is it that you guys eat for breakfast in your country? (and what is the country?).

We will have to prepare breakfast for the whole team next week at work and thought to have some ideas from around the world.
Think of easy to do stuff, not complicated things.
Updates:
guys i'd prefer if you'd write the food instead of giving me a picture. This way I can search it and see the recipe. Otherwise i'd look at the pic and wouldn't even know what it is

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    • ok, thank you. looks delicious, but what is the little meatball things? what is on the plate next to the glass of orange juice?
      What country are you from?

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    • Lebanon has one the most delicious foods in the world! Love their breakfast, lunch and dinner๐Ÿ˜

    • @Yogilove ty ^^

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What Girls Said 18

  • Well in a typical German breakfast (and European in general) one can find assortments of fresh fruit, a bit hard boiled eggs, some meats like ham and pepperoni, fresh baked bread, maybe a bit of salmon, some capers, lots of cheese... Hmm yeah that's what I have for my breakfasts!

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    • 1st one - the bread is called pan de sal. the cheese is a water buffalo cheese but you can substitute it with queso blanco
      2nd one - tapsilog: beef tapa, garlic fried rice, egg

  • USA: Bacon, homefries, scrambled eggs, oranges, grapes, toast, grilled water rolls, french toast, muffins, cinnamon rolls, corned beef hash, sausage, fried spam, pancakes, oatmeal, waffles, hash browns, omlettes, toasted bagels with cream cheese, donuts, gritts, and COFFEE

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  • USA: Pancakes + scrambled eggs + bacon -
    Super easy and can make tons at a time
    Cinnamon rolls - a bit more prep but can also be made in large batches.
    Biscuits and gravy - also easy AF.
    Hash browns - shred a fuckton of potatoes and fry it in butter.
    Grits + whatever you want except cinnamon and sugar because its disgusting AF and a travesty. I eat it for breakfast with cheese and bacon.
    Cold pizza and beer.
    But no dude, overnight stickybuns are easy to make and delicious.

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  • Full English breakfast:

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    Obviously not everyone can eat that every single day :P

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  • Croissant & coffee is the go-to, also Mรผsli or Baguette /bread with jam, Nutella, cheese, etc. I also like apple-oatmeal porridge for breakfast because it makes you feel really full for the entire day :P

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  • Pancakes and little Sausages go Good together.
    Good Luck and Great question. xx

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  • In Jamaica:
    Ackee and Saltfish with Fried Dumplings (National Dish)
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    Saltfish Fritters
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    Bammy
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    Dammit I miss Jamaica

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  • In my culture all of our food is complicated to make ๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚

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  • full English breakfast... guess where its from

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  • Grits eggs and bacon. Southern U. S.

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  • eggs, pancakes and maple syrup, bacon, hashbrowns

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  • I eat porridge with fruit

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  • Smoothie, oranges, pineapple or toaster strudels.

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  • Pancakes, muffins that kind of stuff

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  • protein shake is my breakfast

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  • Pancakes bacon and orange juice

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  • Eggs, toast, sausages, bacon, beans, mushrooms and tomatoes. It's vile and full of cholesterol

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What Guys Said 9

  • The fry up would be the most well known breakfast from Ireland the mainstay of Bed & Breakfasts for years but for health reasons the range has changed.
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    • as you have updated the question i'll talk you through a full English.

      Mandatory items:
      sausages
      bacon
      baked beans
      fried eggs (runny yolk... its tantamount to treason to have it any other way)
      fried tomato
      toast (buttered) or fried bread... or both :D
      Fried tomato
      Fried mushroom

      optional items:
      black pudding

      Oven bake the sausages and bacon until the bacon is crispy.
      put some oil in a frying pan and pan fry the tomatoes, mushrooms and black pudding. whilst these are cooking start the toast. start frying the eggs in the same pan until the whites are firm but the yolk is runny.

      done! couldnt be simpler :)

  • Bread and a spread (processed cheese, chocolate, jam) plus coffee (children get Nesquik instant chocolate milk )

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  • Slices of bread, or other things made from bread. With cheese or chocolate spread or something like that.

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  • I want to say waffles but im gonna go for fries and beer.

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  • Pancakes and bacon and cereal and shit

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  • Eggs sausage or bacon toast. Coffee or juice

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  • Burnt toast or a bowl of shreddies.

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  • Smoked penguin ๐Ÿง and sea lion (Antarctica)

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