Isn’t this hearty plate of huevos rancheros calling out to you?
It might look like a spread best paired with wine in the late afternoon, but Turks would rather eat these with Turkish coffee in the morning.
A typical Spanish breakfast includes a simple piece of toast and, as a treat, some churros!
Poles often eat breakfast two times a day, and at both times they opt for open-faced sandwiches.
Vietnamese Pho is best eaten anytime of the day, but locals love to have it first thing in the morning.
Malaysians love to have nasi lemak as a balanced breakfast.
An Israeli breakfast consists of eggs, salad, freshly baked bread, cheeses, olives, and spreads.
A Sunday morning Peruvian favorite: chicharrones (fried pork meat) sandwich with onion salad and Peruvian tamales.
In Cuba, you can get by with a warm cup of coffee and good piece of tostada (buttered and grilled bread).
Mornings in Morocco are spent munching on a variety of breads, fresh goat cheese, olives, and eggs.
Every dinner table in Switzerland must have the zopf, a rich white bread baked in the shape of a braid, in the morning.
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