guerito Wrote:The typical German breakfast is rolls and/or bread, butter, honey, jam, and cold meat. A soft boiled egg or some scrambled eggs and a bit of bacon, maybe, although a lot of people shy away from the cholesterol nowadays. Oh yes and there is orange juice and coffee. Don't forget the muesli for the health conscious. The more discerned playboy will have a glass of sparkling wine to go with a late breakfast, to stimulate the blood circulation. Of course, in international hotel chains there is a lot more on the buffet table, sometimes even caviar and grilled scampi.
You Germans eat like kings!!
For me (not sure if it goes for the rest of Australia), it's usually toast and spreads (nutella or peanut butter) or cereal and milk. Once in a blue moon we spoil ourselves and have a "big breakfast" - scrambled eggs, sausages, grilled tomatoes and mushrooms and toast. All drowned in tomato sauce!