My Chinese Inspired Breakfast

“Popcorn for breakfast! Why not? It’s a grain. It’s like, like, grits, but with high self-esteem.” ― James Patterson

I woke up with this intense desire to eat ramen noodles and dumplings.  I was craving it so much that both my stomach and head were hurting.  I got up, tied my hair into a bun, walked to the kitchen and began to hunt through the fridge for ingredients to my ramen.

I had made some phö the other night for dinner so I still had leftover rice noodles.  I grabbed a small pan and sautéed oil, worcestershire sauce, steak seasoning and soy sauce.  I added water, brought it  to a quick boil and threw the noodles in.  I mixed it a few times and added the frozen veggie dumplings.  While that was cooking, I grabbed small frying pan and cracked an egg to put on top. Threw everything into a bowl and was suddenly in heaven!

It’s so interesting to see what people eat all over the world for breakfast.  In Brazil, for instance, we eat fresh baguette (or sweet bread) with butter, cheese and ham, accompanied with fresh coffee and milk.  Sometimes we would add a variation of fruits and cake. One of my favorite’s as well.

I think I am going to do a bit of research and see if I can stomach a few breakfasts from around the world.  What do you think? What do you eat for breakfast?

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