More Food Week: Canadian Breakfast

There wasn’t a post on American breakfast, so I thought I’d try and fill the gap with the Canadian one, or what most Canadians really love to eat for breakfast if they’re having a special breakfast or otherwise have the chance. Basically:

– Pancakes/Waffles (with butter and maple syrup, and possibly fruit)
– Bacon, which can be back bacon or regular bacon, preferably more meat than fat (maple syrup on this can be good too)
– Sausages (maple syrup can also go on these, unless they are maple syrup sausage. Eh, some people are diehards and do this anyways)
– Fruit (maple syrup can also go on this what is it you’re saying about stereotype I can’t hear you)
– Coffee or milk, or tea if you absolutely must. (Maple syrup probably doesn’t go in this but I bet someone’s tried it)

 

Tl;dr – basically a Grand Slam.

Advantage: Quebec, because they have the syrup cartels.

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I’m not sure if English2English will let this post go through. They did lots of posts on the English Breakfast (which is basically canadian lazy dinner), so I felt the need to add the Canadian one and put one in for North America. I hope they figure out the joke OF COURSE MAPLE SYRUP GOES IN EVERYTHING

Also there isn’t actually a standard canadian breakfast. And apparently sugary cereal isn’t really a thing in the UK? I’m confused. What do british people eat for lazy breakfast?

 

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