When we were in Guam, I had Chinese food for breakfast. This was a little foreign for me!
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This comment re “Breakfast”. Nothing foreign about this posted breakfast in my eyes! It looks like leavings from last night’s dinner. If it was great then, it will be great for breakfast. It looks good to me!
🙂 I was pretty sure there would be someone who wouldn’t think that this type of breakfast was “foreign”….I did enjoy it though! It’s just that I usually have Chinese food for lunch or dinner!
That looks tasty – though for the wrong time of day. 🙂 A cup of coffee would have set it right though. 🙂
The first day I had it, it actually wasn’t too bad. Second day, not as good. Third day….well, even a cup of coffee couldn’t help! But a fun experience!