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10) Breakfast at our Tiffany

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Bread and Butter

My daily breakfast consists of bread and peanut butter, If I look for changes, it’ll be peanut butter and bread, or oak with banana, else will be banana with oak!
Bread and butter are also one of the basic nutritional meal for kids growing up.

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Toast Bread with Half Boiled Eggs

It is common to get them in our local coffee shop.  It’s grassroots breakfast indeed.  A piece or two toasted bread come with one or two half boiled eggs.
The eggs taste superb with soy sauce and pepper, it’s provide you with the energy charge you need for the day!  And of course, you have to monitor your own cholesterol level.

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Roti Prata

A traditional Indian meal, an ideal breakfast.  It is a pan-fried pancake made from flour dough and it is commonly served with curry gravy or sugar.  This is famously one of the most reasonable priced meals among the local.

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Porridge with ‘You Tiao

A typical Chinese authentic meal, a popular meal well-liked here.  ‘You Tiao’ (known as ‘Oil Stick’) is a long, golden-brown, deep fried strip of dough that taste slightly salty.  Dipping ‘You Tiao’ in a bowl of hot porridge is one of the original way to enjoy the meal!

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Nasi Lemak

Commonly a Malay breakfast dish, though it is possible for the dish to be eaten all day as it is sold in most eateries here.  Nasi Lemak is a fragrant rice dish cooked in coconut milk and ‘pandan’ leaf, comes with small fried anchovies, fried peanuts, scrambled or hard boiled egg, cucumber slices, wrapped with banana leaf.  Last but not least, is the remarkable hot spicy sauce (sambal) with a sweet under taste that spice up the whole dish and make you wanting to go back for more!

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Macdonald’s Breakfast

And finally, this world famous meal may end up in front of me, once in a ‘purple’ moon.
I would love to share so much more Breakfast at Tiffany with you….Hey, what about you?  Shall I see you at Tiffany?
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Author: Sydney Fong

Hi, I am Sydney, a Singaporean. Making a living as an Architectural Illustrator, visionary. My blog entails categories of my interest, joy, upheaval of life and its destiny. Every post has its own characteristic. It conveys a story of its own, and the life of its owner.

26 thoughts on “10) Breakfast at our Tiffany

  1. I feel famished…

  2. Totally starving right now…and heyy! What’s with Mickey Dee? Say it ain’t so, Sydney! ;)

  3. The toast and the half boiled eggs in the second picture make me want to have this for breakfast tomorrow.

  4. Great breakfast dishes. Except the Egg McMuffin…:-)

  5. The first one is just like mine.

  6. I am a peanut butter eater any time of the day. No jelly or honey on it. Just bread and peanut butter and something to wash it down.

  7. I opened your blog in the morning, and what I got is post about breakfast. You really make me hungry, Sydney :)

  8. I love a slice of really good quality French bread drizzled with olive oil and a lighter honey for breakfast. YUMMMMMMM!

  9. Nothing can beat the coffee in a plastic bag I once bought at the street market in Singapore!

  10. Oh you’re making me hungry…. LOL… Lovely pictures too… now I have got to go eat! :D

  11. I just had nasi lemak with wild boar rendang this morning, so yummy!!

  12. I love kheer for breakfast, this recipe is easy and tasty! http://www.tilda.com/public-recipes/rice-kheer

  13. I’m not really a breakfast person but after seeing all these pictures here, I feel like grabbing ‘you tiao’ and porridge on my way to work tomorrow. I’ll limit my ‘youtiao’ to one because I think it lives up to its name of being a very ‘oily stick’. =)

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