I'm trying to transition to being a morning workout person so that my evenings are a little more free, but I don't know what to eat for breakfast that'll work with this routine. Any suggestions? [more inside]
Tomorrow morning, 10 AM, Austin, TX: Where to go for a first date that is breakfasty that will not be PACKED? [more inside]
What do you use put in your porridge to kick it up a notch? [more inside]
My boyfriend and I are going to have a five-hour layover in Berlin on Tuesday morning. Would that be enough time to leave the airport and grab breakfast somewhere? And if so, where should we go? [more inside]
What's a good breakfast place near Earl's Court in London? My boss will be there next week for the London Book Fair and could use a place with good breakfast to meet with various people in the mornings before the fair.
Vegetables for breakfast? How is it done? How do you have breakfast this is not focused on meats, dairy and grains? Please share your ideas and recipes.
My boss and I are meeting in NYC next Monday morning and I need a place for breakfast near the 59th Street/Columbus Circle/Red Line Subway Stop. [more inside]
What's the secret to good, diner-style pancakes? As in, big, slightly puffy, and buttery and buttermilky tasting? [more inside]
Oh no, my oven is broken! I planned on baking 2 batches of Lemon Poppy-seed and 2 batches of Berry muffins! These are for breakfast. What can I do now? (read more inside) [more inside]
I need healthy grab-and-go breakfast ideas. [more inside]
What's the point of a poached egg? [more inside]
"And in Vermont, a Yankee is somebody who eats pie for breakfast." Can you really eat pie for breakfast in Vermont? If so, please help make this dream a reality! Request for restaurant & nearby place to stay. [more inside]
I'm trying to improve my breakfast habits in the hope that it will help improve my severe physical and mental fatigue. Tell me how this breakfast sounds to you, and what you would change, if anything. [more inside]
Looking for recipes for delicious cinnamon buns/sticky rolls! [more inside]
I'm never hungry in the morning. I can get down liquids, but the idea of swallowing food makes me queasy until afternoon. I'm finding a bunch of articles telling me why I should eat breakfast if I want to be healthy and lose weight. I want to be healthy and gain weight. I'm 6'2 and 155lbs, I really want to put on some pounds! [more inside]
What's the name of (and where can i find) the Buddhist-y poem that has a line that goes something along the lines of 'send us dogs when we expect breakfast?' [more inside]
[Breakfast filter]: It's the first morning of your getaway weekend in a great cottage with a well equipped kitchen. Your breakfast basket with provisions for cooking your own breakfast has just arrived. What would you like to find inside it? [more inside]
What're your favorite breakfasts that are at least remotely healthy-ish? [more inside]
I need to find breakfast ideas that keep me full. I won't eat eggs, I'm allergic to soy and I don't care for oatmeal. What should I eat? [more inside]
How do I get hungry for breakfast? [more inside]
Toronto MeFites: can you help us find inexpensive lodging/camping? [more inside]
How do we control the excessive taking of food in our complimentary breakfast? My family and I own and operate a Comfort Inn. We offer a free continental breakfast: coffee, toast, bagels, frozen waffles (you just pop them into the toaster), apples, bananas and a lemon cake that we cut up into small slices. Frequently we have people who take it upon themselves to take way more than they need. We can understand someone taking a bagel to go for later in the day but these are guests who will take 15 extra plates, half a loaf of bread (I kid you not, just empty out the sack onto a plate and then take fifteen to twenty small packets of peanut better and/or cream cheese). My mother believes that we should place some carefully worded sign next to breakfast in the hopes that people will be considerate of others as well as management and only take what they will eat. Too often people take because they assume they have a right to take. How could we word such a sign without insulting the guests or make them feel like we're being rude? [more inside]
Mediterranean diet? But what the hell do you have for breakfast? [more inside]
I need some other ideas for breakfast. [more inside]
NYC restaurant filter: I'm looking for a good brunch place near Penn Station. I'd prefer a place that either takes reservations, or tends to have minimals waits on Saturday mornings. Thanks!
Where can I get oats in bulk near the Boston area? I'm looking to cut down my breakfast costs, so I want to buy something like this. I assume that I could get it even cheaper than Amazon if I got it from a local cooperative/farm/something in the Boston area. Is that true, and if it is, how do I go about locating such a place?
I seek nifty breakfast and brunch recipes that will easily serve 20 people. [more inside]
Best Breakfast in San Francisco. Go!
I need a good breakfast place in Tokyo. [more inside]
Snacks to travel: I'll be staying with some friends who don't eat breakfast (and I'm the type who needs bkfast or I faint), so I want to bring some food that I can munch on in the mornings. Easy to pack, will keep for 4 days or so. I was thinking baby buckwheat pancakes, but any other healthy ideas would be great.
From a short story by Roald Dahl. "Sir Basil was there before me,and Jelks was serving him with grilled kidneys and bacon and fried tomatoes."-Neck- My question is about this kidneys.In the nineteenth and twentyth century,the wealthy people would have a breakfast like that?If so,what animal's kidney did they used to have?And they don't have it for breakfast now,don't they?Or Dahl says about something else,such as kidney beans?
Recommendations needed for must-try restaurants and food in Kyoto! [more inside]
This is a question for people in Perth, Australia. Does anyone know where I can buy a (nice-looking) serving tray with fold out legs for breakfast in bed? [more inside]
What are some alternatives for pancake syrup? Ideas, recipes, etc., needed. [more inside]
I started making smoothies recently with about 200g frozen fruit, 1.5 cups of 1% milk, and a scoop of whey protein powder. I wedge some kale in when I have it, but I happened to be out this week. This makes about as much smoothie as I can comfortably consume. Normally if I eat breakfast (lentils or eggs or oatmeal or cereal or toast and jam or whatever) around 7 or 7:30, I'm good until lunch at 12 or 1 or even later, but since I switched to smoothies, I'm finding that I'm ludicrously hungry by 10am. As in "I would cheerfully kill you for the last quarter of your sandwich" hungry. WTF? Why is this and how do I fix it? [more inside]
Breakfast makes me feel bloated. What do you eat for breakfast that makes you feel full until lunch, and is healthy? [more inside]
What low-GI, high-protein, portable food can I cook on Sunday night and then reheat for breakfast Mon-Fri? [more inside]
I'm cooking an enormous standing rib roast for Christmas dinner. I expect to have a lot of leftovers. On Sunday I'm cooking a brunch. how can I use the leftover roast beef? [more inside]
Recommendations for a bed and breakfast or similar lodging in North Georgia or Tennessee? [more inside]
Where can I find instant oatmeal packets in interesting flavors? [more inside]
I'm hungry! What can I eat for breakfast that is a) filling b) dairy-free and c) peanut-free? [more inside]
Romantic brunch ideas in Houston? On a Sunday? [more inside]
A question for my brethren in Britannia, how did your family prepare the full breakfast? [more inside]
Where is a good place to get breakfast near St. Paul's Cathedral in London? [more inside]
Do you know a good place in Las Vegas to watch NFL football while being served a cloth-napkin breakfast/brunch? [more inside]
Muffin Filter: I want a moist oatmeal muffin to start my morning with. Other muffin recipes gladly accepted too. [more inside]
It used to be that pretty much any old deli in town had those classic NY onion rolls, but lately they seem to have become increasingly hard to find. Are there still places where I can get a nice toasted onion roll with butter for breakfast, especially in the Penn Station area?
Sometimes I decide that I should buy Grape Nuts for breakfast because this cereal seems to be very healthy. Unfortunately, I always lose interest when I actually eat the cereal. Is there anybody out there who eats Grape Nuts daily and enjoys it? What do you do to it to make it edible?
I just bought a juice extractor. It's very nice but it takes a lot of space. Help me justify this space with ideas on how to exploit it better. Carrot juice oK. But how about recipes, desserts, sauces? What else could I use it for?