On a random no-plan weekend, I decided to cook my own meals, just like the good old days in the little town known as Palmerston North. My Saturday breakfast consists of basil and black pepper salmon, egg with spring onion, sautéed mushrooms, and fresh raw vegetables.
Before I went to New Zealand, I don’t have the habit of eating breakfast. But after 3 years in New Zealand, now my favourite meal of the day is breakfast! After all, breakfast is the most important meal of the day.
Eat breakfast like a king, lunch like a prince, and dinner like a pauper. ~ Adelle Davis (1904 – 1974)
Most cafes around New Zealand serve quality hot breakfast – ‘big’ breakfast that includes everything (from eggs to mushrooms to bacons to toasts), Egg Benedict (with smoked salmon) and pancakes (with bacon). I love all of them, to the extent that sometimes I eat the ‘breakfast’ meal for dinner.
One of the best things about New Zealand breakfast menu is that many cafes serve all-day breakfast! To someone who did not grow up there, I thought this was like super cool!
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