The Weekly Question #8

What is your favorite breakfast?

I need breakfast like most people need coffee. I refuse to give it up. After all, breakfast is the most important meal of the day. I simply refuse to function if I don’t have breakfast.

It’s been as simple as some crackers while on my way to high school at 6:15 am to the Christmas breakfast my mom used to make of scrambled eggs, ham, sausage, breakfast potatoes, pancakes, and cinnamon rolls.

But my favorite is something my mom would make for my dad. A ham and egg sandwich. Black forest ham and a fried egg between two toasted pieces of bread.

My husband is a cancer researcher and every time some food is linked to cancer, well, we stop eating it. Like deli meats. So, so long black forest ham. Of course, he compromises and says severe moderation might be okay, but we try not to risk it unless we’re severely craving it.

Like now.

  1. Author A. R. Curry

    Didn’t want to put it in a comment for everyone to see. Last paragraph. “Comprises” should be “compromises”. No, I’m not an evil spelling person! Lol Just thought you wouldn’t want that one to slip by.


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  2. Autumn

    Aebelskivers, which are little Danish pancakes. I like to make them filled with a little homemade jam in the middle, then soak them in butter and sprinkle powdered sugar on top.

  3. Unconventional Mami

    Lately, it’s cinnamon rolls. My son loves them and so do I. I don’t regret the calories. The taste is so delicious and I exercise everyday in the afternoon. I burn the calories and then some. Other than that, eggs any way and bacon.

    The song Purple People by Tori Amos has the following line in the bridge: Breakfast every hour it could save the world. 😊

  4. mothertherealist

    I love breakfast, but find I really love being able to choose from a variety of foods since I do not always have a favorite. 🙂

    So, that means I would choose a breakfast buffet.

  5. jennifermzeiger

    My husband knows, this woman doesn’t go without breakfast! All the women in my family turn nauseous when we get hungry, so even if it’s just a piece of toast, we find something to eat. =)

    • kat

      That’s interesting! And just proves how important breakfast is. It sounds like breakfast is just as important to you as coffee is to millions. Though I like the idea of eating something as it’s a nice solid thing for the stomach to work on.

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