>Well, this – with an espresso macchiato from the Tin Shed on Wheels – makes a welcome change from the usual müsli with fresh fruit and a big mug of black tea.
But only on Saturdays.
See how the rest of the world breakfasts here (You’ll be amazed…)
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>Whoa, that’s a large chunk of sausage! The bread looks woefully small next to it :-). I’d join you for the espresso..
>I am sure you have to put the sausage inside the bread, right?
>That’s EXACTLY what I thought a German breakfast would look like!
>John, now that’s REALLY German! Great post for today’s theme!-Kim
>Mustard! Port Angeles Daily Photo
>I was thinking that I don’t like to eat meat in the morning so much, but we Americans eat bacon and sausage at breakfast, so this is not so far from our breakfast.
>Ah, yes, I remember frushtuck. I’d rather have Muesli, though.:)
>Yes, this looks pretty good for breakfast.
>today I eat a lot:) maybe because of these tasty DP photos:)
>Well, it does look filling!
>Yummy! Sausage and bread was my favorite breakfast when I lived in Germany (except for Nutella on toast). That’s making me hungry!
>That looks like pretty hearty fare! Glad it’s only on Saturday or you might gain a mite.
>Je prefere quand meme le matin les fruits frais ;o)I prefer the morning the fresh fruits nevertheless ;o)
>Oh. Nope. Sorry don’t fancy this at all. Had a lunch like this in France when i was 13 and hated it! Oh dear. Great photo though!
>Huge sausage! I bet it tastes really good! Looks yummy! 🙂
>That is different, but it looks good.Brookville Daily Photo-Theme Day
>wow, that’s a huge sausage.i sometimes go to the canteen at work just to buy one of them and snack :-)yummm
>@ R&R in The NetherlandsFleischwurst – pronounced “Fleischworscht”.The best is from Harth’s butchery in Stadecken-Elsheim. Luckily, they drive their mobile butchery to the market 3 times a week.
>I’m always surprised when I visit friends in Germany – at breakfast time. Sausages, and cheese and slices of cucumber. All good things but strange for me at breakfast.
>I was going to ask where’s the mustard, but then I clicked on the photo & saw it plain as day. Does the mainzer sausage have a special name?
>So glad the coffee is from PNG. My only suggestion would be a big dob of vegemite on that “sausage” would make it perfect!!!
>Yes, a change of pace is good. Like the look of the roll.
>Looks pretty good,,,a nice change of pace.