Wednesday, August 01, 2007

Theme Day for the month of 1, August: Typical breakfast

Theme Day for the month of 1, August: Typical breakfast, Kyoto
This is the golden combination of typical traditional Japanese breakfast, consisting of boiled rice, miso soup, grilled piece of fish added with freshly grated Japanese radish, pickled or salted vegetable and some tasted vegetable. According to their preference, some people add natto, cut tofu, and others to this combination. Others add raw and stirred egg with some drop of soy sauce to boiled rice.

We usually drink hot green tea when we eat such breakfast and the tea is full of vitamin.

Such breakfast is well balanced when it comes to nutrition and contains carbohydrate, protein, some kinds of vitamins.

Anyway, good breakfast make the day happier and valuable.

To see what people in 100 cities around the world are enjoying for breakfast today, follow the links below.

Saint Paul (MN), USA - Bellefonte (PA), USA - Menton, France - Monte Carlo, Monaco - New York City (NY), USA - Tel Aviv, Israel - Hyde, UK - Port Angeles (WA), USA - Mainz, Germany - Stockholm, Sweden - Paderborn, Germany - Singapore, Singapore - Haninge, Sweden - Nottingham, UK - Ampang (Selangor), Malaysia - Manila, Philippines - Boston (MA), USA - Seoul, Korea - Singapore, Singapore - Joplin (MO), USA - Chandler (AZ), USA - Paris, France - Sequim (WA), USA - Greenville (SC), USA - Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia - Boston (MA), USA - Chennai, India - Madison (WI), USA - Baton Rouge (LA), USA - Toulouse, France - Seattle (WA), USA - Mexico (DF), Mexico - La Antigua, Guatemala - Selma (AL), USA - Wassenaar (ZH), Netherlands - Albuquerque (NM), USA - Cleveland (OH), USA - San Diego (CA), USA - Lubbock (TX), USA - Jakarta, Indonesia - Sheki, Azerbaijan - Sydney, Australia - Mumbai, India - Seoul, South Korea - Cottage Grove (MN), USA - Cypress (TX), USA - Saarbrücken, Germany - Tuzla, Bosnia and Herzegovina - New Orleans (LA), USA - Budapest, Hungary - Kyoto, Japan - Tokyo, Japan - Austin (TX), USA - Singapore, Singapore - Villigen, Switzerland - Montréal (QC), Canada - Stayton (OR), USA - Melbourne, Australia - Silver Spring (MD), USA - Moscow, Russia - Springfield (MO), USA - Inverness (IL), usa - Arlington (VA), USA - Cologne (NRW), Germany - Anderson (SC), USA - Oslo, Norway - Saint-Petersburg, Russian Federation - Manila, Philippines - Kajang (Selangor), Malaysia - Maple Ridge (BC), Canada - Bandung (West Java), Indonesia - Stavanger, Norway - Bastia, France - Hong Kong, China - Wailea (HI), USA - St. Louis (MO), USA - Chicago (IL), USA - Rabaul, Papua New Guinea - Sydney, Australia - Bucaramanga (Santander), Colombia - Kansas City (MO), USA - Grenoble, France - Paris, France - Evry, France - Saigon, Vietnam - Prague, Czech Republic - Cape Town, South Africa - Brookville (OH), USA - Brussels, Belgium - San Diego (CA), USA - Wellington, New Zealand - Newcastle (NSW), Australia - Saint Louis (MO), USA - Sharon (CT), USA - Shanghai, China - Zurich, Switzerland - North Bay (ON), Canada - Lyon, France - Naples (FL), USA - Olympia (WA), USA

14 Comments:

At 8/01/2007 11:00 PM, Blogger Abraham Lincoln said...

It all looks familiar to me, Macky. It has been over 50 years since I had any of this food. I also remember the one family I knew ate some small pieces of very dry squid.

Abraham Lincoln
Brookville Daily Photo

 
At 8/01/2007 11:09 PM, Blogger Zanabel said...

I could be happy with this breakfast. It may be unusual to folks in the US and Europe, but it looks very tasty!

Zanabel
Olympia Daily Photo

 
At 8/01/2007 11:19 PM, Blogger Jilly said...

Unusual to us but in Britain we eat fish - kippers, smoked haddock. Why did none of the Brits post that?!

And I love green tea.

Beautifully arranged for the photo and mouthwatering.

 
At 8/01/2007 11:36 PM, Blogger Lavenderlady said...

Very nice arrangement

 
At 8/01/2007 11:43 PM, Blogger Hyde DP said...

much better than your rushed grab-bite in Toyko

 
At 8/02/2007 12:10 AM, Blogger Waldo Oiseau said...

Wow, that's a huge breafast! Unfortunately, so many of us in the USA only have coffee for breakfast. Shameful, isn't it? Maybe I'll try having some green tea instead! :)

 
At 8/02/2007 12:54 AM, Blogger Zsolt said...

this breakfast is very special to me

 
At 8/02/2007 1:33 AM, Blogger Anu said...

Oh what a grand breakfast full of all necesary nutrients and must be yummy too.
And with green tea. I'd love to try it.
Nice photo of the breakfast.

 
At 8/02/2007 3:25 AM, Blogger jelvistar said...

This looks very filling.

Port Angeles Daily Photo

 
At 8/02/2007 3:38 AM, Blogger Rambling Round said...

I believe this breakfast would last til well past lunch. You are very health conscious over there.

 
At 8/02/2007 4:19 AM, Blogger Kim said...

Macky, This really DOES look yummy. I guess I prefer Kyoto breakfast, to Tokyo breakfast ;^). A beautiful photo, too. I liked both your posts today very much.
-Kim

 
At 8/02/2007 11:04 AM, Blogger Tomate Farcie said...

That looks very nutritious. But no sweets? I don't know why, but in the morning, I tend to want something sweet, if only a piece of fruit. I'll keep what you photographed and have it for lunch instead ;)

 
At 8/02/2007 4:49 PM, Blogger R&R in The Netherlands said...

Thanks for sharing, looks like a very balanced breakfast!

 
At 8/02/2007 11:51 PM, Blogger macky said...

Thanks for the comment:-))
tomate farcie,
Eating any fruits in the morning is best, I think, and I often eat a grapefruit with sugar or drink grapefruit juice. Traditional Japanese breakfast is no fruit because pickled or salt vegetable and green tea seem to contain some vitamins, I suppose.

 

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