Wednesday, August 01, 2007

1st Aug Theme Day: Typical Breakfast



This month's theme is Typical Breakfast, which could be food we normally eat in mornings or an occasion of breakfast in a place. So, I chose the latter and here is the photo of a late breakfast my family and relatives had on the way to a destination of one summer holiday. All we'd got were cooked rice, kimchi, soybean soup, two different types of side dishes, lettuce and sesame leaves to wrap rice and soybean paste. The menu was simple but this picture always makes my mouth get watered.

Please enjoy various kinds of breakfasts all over the world from below.

Saint Paul (MN), USA - Bellefonte (PA), USA - Menton, France - Monte Carlo, Monaco - New York City (NY), USA - Tel Aviv, Israel - Hyde, UK - Port Angeles (WA), USA - Mainz, Germany - Stockholm, Sweden - Paderborn, Germany - Singapore, Singapore - Haninge, Sweden - Nottingham, UK - Ampang (Selangor), Malaysia - Manila, Philippines - Boston (MA), USA - Seoul, Korea - Singapore, Singapore - Joplin (MO), USA - Chandler (AZ), USA - Paris, France - Sequim (WA), USA - Greenville (SC), USA - Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia - Boston (MA), USA - Chennai, India - Madison (WI), USA - Baton Rouge (LA), USA - Toulouse, France - Seattle (WA), USA - Mexico (DF), Mexico - La Antigua, Guatemala - Selma (AL), USA - Wassenaar (ZH), Netherlands - Albuquerque (NM), USA - Cleveland (OH), USA - San Diego (CA), USA - Lubbock (TX), USA - Jakarta, Indonesia - Sheki, Azerbaijan - Sydney, Australia - Mumbai, India - Seoul, South Korea - Cottage Grove (MN), USA - Cypress (TX), USA - Saarbrücken, Germany - Tuzla, Bosnia and Herzegovina - New Orleans (LA), USA - Budapest, Hungary - Kyoto, Japan - Tokyo, Japan - Austin (TX), USA - Singapore, Singapore - Villigen, Switzerland - Montréal (QC), Canada - Stayton (OR), USA - Melbourne, Australia - Silver Spring (MD), USA - Moscow, Russia - Springfield (MO), USA - Inverness (IL), usa - Arlington (VA), USA - Cologne (NRW), Germany - Anderson (SC), USA - Oslo, Norway - Saint-Petersburg, Russian Federation - Manila, Philippines - Kajang (Selangor), Malaysia - Maple Ridge (BC), Canada - Bandung (West Java), Indonesia - Stavanger, Norway - Bastia, France - Hong Kong, China - Wailea (HI), USA - St. Louis (MO), USA - Chicago (IL), USA - Rabaul, Papua New Guinea - Sydney, Australia - Bucaramanga (Santander), Colombia - Kansas City (MO), USA - Grenoble, France - Paris, France - Evry, France - Saigon, Vietnam - Prague, Czech Republic - Cape Town, South Africa - Brookville (OH), USA - Brussels, Belgium - San Diego (CA), USA - Wellington, New Zealand - Newcastle (NSW), Australia - Saint Louis (MO), USA - Sharon (CT), USA - Shanghai, China - Zurich, Switzerland - North Bay (ON), Canada - Lyon, France - Naples (FL), USA - Olympia (WA), USA

22 comments:

Abraham Lincoln said...

It looks interesting. I don't like kimchi.

Abraham Lincoln
Brookville Daily Photo

Youngsin Kim said...

oh~ :)
isn't it too much for a breakfast?

Zanabel said...

I like the green cloth, grass, and lettuce and how everyone is gathered around and digging in.

Zanabel
Olympia Daily Photo

Jilly said...

Love picnics. The food looks so fresh and delicious and the ambiance super.

Olivier said...

sympathique cette reunion pour le petit dejeuner. qui semble tres appétissant.


sympathetic nerve this meeting for the breakfast. who seems very diminishing.

Hyde DP said...

a breakfast picnic -- very nice

Lavenderlady said...

Now that is a picnic...and it looks to be great fun.

Waldo Oiseau said...

Ah, the best kind of breakfast is al fresco!

BundaWAH said...

While eating together,even with simple foods the taste are nicer

Anu said...

Great. Heard of the saying that goes...EAT BREAKFAST LIKE A KING...

lOVELY PHOTO.

don said...

justy having breakfast outside is always great. Specially if you're with familie. soybean soup hummmmmm

Rambling Round said...

A picnic breakfast! I'm discovering that you can eat anything for breakfast!

jelvistar said...

What a wonderful way to spend your first meal of the day.


Port Angeles Daily Photo

Tomate Farcie said...

Ah, a picnic for breakfast! Why not. Sounds good to me! :0

Ann (MobayDP) said...

It's so interesting to see all these different types of breakfast photos and to learn about different cultures.

In Jamaica it would be unheard of to have soup for breakfast...even though I personally have done it several times! lol!

R&R in The Netherlands said...

Looks and sounds like a great picnic!

travelphilippines said...

can i have some of those lettuce? yumm

Sunkyoung said...

Thanks very very much for all your comments. Except the leaves, others are normal main and side dishes for ordinary Korean breakfast. But, nowadays more and more young generation tend to have a light breakfast or just skip it. So this kind of full breakfast can be prepared only by our moms and grandmas.

ruth said...

This looks very yummy and a nice time with friends or family.

Thanks for coming by Flying! I look forward to seeing you there again. I've had a great time in Ireland.

Sunkyoung said...

My big pleasure, Ruth. I just visited and saw the photo of River Liffey. Love it!

Ming_the_Merciless said...

I love Korean food and I eat it almost once a week in NYC, usually the hot tofu soup (in winter) and bibimbap (in summer).

Great stuff!

Sunkyoung said...

Wow, almost once a week is quite regular. I heard that Korean food is a trend in New York these days. I posted a bibimbap here about a month ago but probably it wouldn't look similar as the one you normally eat.