1. Miss k · November 6, 2014

    Where’s the humble vegemite?!! Have you forgotten your origins? 😉


  2. Moritz · November 6, 2014

    I’m still not sure about English and Irish breakfast, it’s kind of weird for me to eat sausages and stuff like this in the morning. Even though I’m a German, I’d opt for the Spanish style (Mallorca style or even the “normal one”) or the French breakfast. It’s nice to have something light and tasty as well as a good coffee to start the day. Thanks for the nice blog 🙂


    • thefidgetyfoodie · November 6, 2014

      You have a point, I definitely couldn´t stomach sausages and the like every day. But while travelling I like to eat as the locals do. First and foremost for me though is good coffee, unfortunately not always easy to find when you are on the road.

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      • Moritz · November 7, 2014

        And that’s a good way! I always try the local food as well (breakfast in Asia is very special for example), it’ s akways an experience 🙂


      • thefidgetyfoodie · November 7, 2014

        i must admit that i always struggle a little with spicy asian noodles for breakfast!


  3. annaethain · November 6, 2014

    Oh, how l love blood pudding in a fry up. But, my favourite breakfast of all (and it is my favourite meal of the day) is Eggs Benedict. Yummy.


    • thefidgetyfoodie · November 6, 2014

      Eggs Benedict are fantastic and a brunch staple in Australia. I order them regularly at home but look for something more unusual when I travel!


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