Food We Eat : Conventional Breakfast (30 Countries)

Argentina: Danish Pastries filled with Custard

Breakfast (1)

Australia: Cold Cereal, Milk and Toast
Breakfast (2)

Brazil: Ham, Cheese, Bread, Milk, Coffee
Breakfast (3)

Canada: Eggs, Potatoes, Sausage, Ham, Pancakes
Breakfast (4)

Chile: Bread and Cheese, Jelly or Yogurt and Cereal
Breakfast (30)

China: Dim sum
Breakfast (5)

Colombia: Changua Milk, Scallion, and Egg soup
Breakfast (6)

Cuba: Cuban Bread dunked in Sweetened Coffee
Breakfast (7)

Egypt: Fava Beans, Chickpeas, Hard Boiled Egg, Veggies
Breakfast (8)

England: Eggs, Sausage, Bacon, Beans, and Mushrooms
Breakfast (9)

Finland: Open Sandwiches, Cheese, Cold Cuts, Cereal
Breakfast (10)

France: Croissants and Coffee
Breakfast (11)

Ghana: Rice cooked with Beans and Spices
Breakfast (12)

Germany: Cold Meats, Sausages, Cheese, Bread
Breakfast (13)

India: Idli Wada- Fermented Black Lentils and Rice
Breakfast (14)

Italy: Cappuccino and Hard Roll or Biscotti
Breakfast (15)

Japan: Miso soup, Cteamed Rice, and Pickles
Breakfast (16)

Mexico: Huevos rancheros, Chorizo, Tortillas and Coffee
Breakfast (17)

Mongolia: Fatty, Boiled Mutton with Rice
Breakfast (18)

Morocco: Breads with Jam, and Cheese or Butter
Breakfast (19)

Nigeria: Moi Moi Ground Bean in a Wrap
Breakfast (20)

Pakistan: Bread filled with Vegetables
Breakfast (21)

Peru: Bread with Butter, Jam, Cheese, Ham, Oatmeal
Breakfast (22)

Poland: Chleb bread, Cold Meats, Eggs, Cottage Cheese
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Portugal: Stuffed Croissants with Jam or Cheese, Coffee
Breakfast (24)

Russia: Russian Oladi, Yeast Pancakes and Oatmeal
Breakfast (25)

Spain: Caf con leche, Sweet Rolls with Jam, Cheese
Breakfast (26)

Thailand: Pork heart, Pork Intestine, Chinese doughnuts
Breakfast (27)

Turkey: Bread, Cheese, Butter, Olives, Eggs
Breakfast (28)

USA: Eggs, Pancakes, Sausage, Bacon, Hash Browns
Breakfast (29)

Story : ‘Little Unknown Master’ : Kindness needs no Money

poor boy rich soul

A few days ago I landed at the Bombay Airport (India) and took a cab to my scheduled destination in South Bombay.

I was enjoying the busy traffic with people rushing in every possible direction then we got stranded at a very busy intersection.

As we waited for the signal to turn green, my eyes met up with a poor young boy, about 12 years old. He removed a piece of bread from his pocket and took a bite.

As he was about to take his next bite, a stray dog wagged his tail looking at him. Without hesitation, he sat down and put the bread on the road for the dog to eat.

The dog sniffed the bread and walked away. The boy waited until he was sure the dog was gone then he picked up the bread and ate it!

My heart cried and wanted to walk up to the boy but before I could open the door the signal turned Green and our car drove away. I kept thinking about the boy and later during my evening meal I realized that I was thinking of approaching the boy but never did, I could have stopped the car and walked up to him which again I never did.

All I did was “thinking” and this poor little boy who had only one piece of bread without any hesitation sharing it with the dog, though he himself seemed to be very hungry.

I learnt one of the biggest lessons in my life which that boy taught me without a conversation. He taught me to share with love and happiness. I am so blessed to have learned this beautiful lesson from my ‘little unknown master’. It is my moral duty to share this incident with all my friends across the globe and be blessed with happiness.

Thank you friends for making this world a beautiful place to dwell.

Courtesy and Originally Written by :  Dr. Derrick Angelsz

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