What’s for brekkie?

14 Sep

Brekkie* or breakfast is an important meal here in South Africa. South Africans lay quite a spread.  It’s Dana and my favorite meal of the day. See if you can guess which breakfasts are mine and which are Dana’s?  I gave one to you…my favorite.

OJ,muesli, muffin, fruit, yogurt & cheese

We also take a coffee break at 10:00 on the mornings we are out. We love lattes.

Two cafe lattes

Poached eggs in Cape Malay sauce

Eggs with tuna and cheese

Ham & cheese croissant with salad

Yogurt, muesli, fruit and honey

Minced savory with eggs and chips

High Tea

My favorite-Choccocino with a chocolate bar and a bran muffin.

Eggs with fish and chips

Yogurt with berries

Eggs Benedict

Cafe lattes with chocolate sticks & whipped cream for two

*Brekkie is an Australian term.

6 Responses to “What’s for brekkie?”

  1. Nancy Lehrhaupt September 14, 2012 at 4:04 am #

    Thatlooks sooooo good! I am drooling! You two ought to be as big as a house by the time you come back!

  2. Ursula Freer September 14, 2012 at 3:23 am #

    These photos sure look yummy, much nicer than my breakfast of fresh fruit and raw nuts!

  3. Emily Running September 14, 2012 at 3:02 am #

    IF memory serves, they say “brekkie in New Zeeland too”. This post made me hungry!

    • Jill September 14, 2012 at 3:06 am #

      Hi Emily, We are going to Australia next then we are spending 8 days taking trains up the South then North Islands of New Zealand. I will see if brekkie is more widely used there. We are also spending a night and day in Tahiti but who needs breakfast there… J

    • Jill September 14, 2012 at 3:58 am #

      You could probably tell from the photos that many of these meals were eaten out of doors, a particularly nice way to have breakfast. J

    • Jill September 14, 2012 at 4:09 am #

      That weight thing is a constant concern. But that didn’t stop us from eating a lot of pizza in Sicily and Choccocinos here. I am committed to join the gym when I return. Maybe I will see you and Obie in the mornings. J

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