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BREAKFASTS from around the world From the Documentary Facebook page.
American breakfast: home made thick pancakes with syrup and blueberries, with a few rashers of bacon
A Brazilian breakfast: a delicious selection of meats, cheeses and bread is the normal breakfast fare here.
Canadian breakfast: Perrogies are dumplings stuffed with potato filling, ground meat, cheese, or fruit.
Breakfast in China (similar to lunch and dinner): noodles, rice, sticky chicken and fried vegetables.
Breakfast in Costa Rica: Gallo Pinto is made from black beans, rice, optional soured cream, salsa and a corn tortilla.
A Cuban breakfast: sweetened coffee with milk and a pinch of salt thrown in. Toasted and buttered bread is dunked in the coffee.
Breakfast in the Dominican Republic: mangu is made from boiled plantains with butter and either salami, cheese or eggs.
Egyptian breakfast: Foul Madamas, made from fava beans and chickpeas, with tahini sauce, hard boiled egg, and some greens.
English Breakfast: beans, sausages, bacon, eggs, mushrooms, hash browns and toast, with a cup of black tea.
French breakfast: coffee or hot chocolate, with croissant and pain au chocolat… or bread, butter and jam.
A breakfast from Germany: cold meat, sausage and cheese with wholegrain bread.
Hawaii, USA: a healthy breakfast with lots of fruits.
Icelandic breakfast: afragrautur (oatmeal), served with brown sugar, with a few raisins or nuts on top.
Breakfast in Iran: naan bread (with butter and jam) and halim (wheat, cinnamon, butter and sugar cooked with shredded meat).
Breakfast in Jordan: labneh, hummous and falafel are popular, usually served with olive oil, lamb sausage, jam and butter, turkey or beef mortadella.
A Korean breakfast (similar to lunch and dinner): you’ll get a small plate of kimchi, a bowl of rice and a bowl of vegetable soup.
Malaysian breakfast: a hot bowl of Mee (noodles mixed with egg, vegetable and tasty spices).
Breakfast in Mexico: beef tips, chilequiles and other assorted goodies.
Moroccan breakfast: different breads with some chutney, jam, cheese or butter.
A Philippines breakfast: mangos are popular, as well as rice or these little sausages, known as longganisa.
Polish Breakfast (Jajecznica): scrambled eggs covered with slices of kielbasa, with potato pancakes.
A Turkish breakfast: a few varieties of cheese, butter, olives, eggs, tomatoes, cucumbers, jam, honey, and spicy meat.
Breakfast in Vietnam: some meaty treat dropped in a semolina mixture.
Traditional British meals and cuisine
Breakfast. Juices Apple juice Pineapple juice Grape juice Orange juice Carrot juice Grapefruit juice Tomato juice V8.
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Hungarian Cuisine Vepruk Nastya 10-A. Hungarian cuisine Traditional Hungarian dishes are primarily based on meats, seasonal vegetables, fruits, fresh.
ACTIVITY 4 CZECH REPUBLIC
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OH MY OMELETTES CHEESE * 5.49 WISCONSON TRIPLE THREAT * 6.49 Melted American, Swiss, and Cheddar cheese MEAT & CHEESE * 7.99 Choice of bacon, ham or sausage.
FOOD Project work from English Lenka Káčerová,3.A.
MondayTuesdayWednesdayThursdayFriday BREAKFAST: Juice Cereal Fruits Milk LUNCH: Chicken Fettuccine Alfredo Garlic Roll Ceasar Salad w/Tomatoes.
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The healthy diet of European. Monday: The breakfast: The scrambled eggs from two eggs kcal A glass of milk (2% the fat)- 115 kcal Jam - 32 kcal.
shrimp in garlic olive oil (similar to “scampi”)
Pancake Breakfast Whole wheat pancakes served with maple syrup and local scrambled eggs or Breakfast Burrito Local scrambled egg and hickory-smoked bacon.
Fuel Your Day With Breakfast Grab a glass of milk or juice and one of these quick fixes. Remember to include some protein for blood sugar and hunger control!
Monday Breakfast : s crambled eggs with four eggs. 2 breakfast: a roll Dinner : tomato soup with pasta, rissole, p otatoes. Supper : dumplings with meat,
OPTIONAL ACTIVITY IF TIME PERMITS. BEVERAGES: Milk, water, or limited 100% Fruit Juice (up to 4 oz.) MILK: Breastmilk or iron fortified formula for infants;
MGR.LUCIA JURE Ň OVÁ FOOD. Yorkshire pudding This dish is not usually eaten as a dessert like other puddings but instead as part of the main course or.
Moraga Unified School District (MUSD) Nutrition Services Katy Connolly (925) School St. Moraga, CA, © Copyright 2011 MSUD. All Rights.
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