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>Mainzer Frühstück – #166

>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…)

Saint Paul (MN), USABellefonte (PA), USAMenton, FranceMonte Carlo, MonacoNew York City (NY), USATel Aviv, IsraelHyde, UKPort Angeles (WA), USAMainz, GermanyStockholm, SwedenPaderborn, GermanySingapore, SingaporeHaninge, SwedenNottingham, UKAmpang (Selangor), MalaysiaManila, PhilippinesBoston (MA), USASeoul, KoreaSingapore, SingaporeJoplin (MO), USAChandler (AZ), USAParis, FranceSequim (WA), USAGreenville (SC), USAKuala Lumpur, MalaysiaBoston (MA), USAChennai, IndiaMadison (WI), USABaton Rouge (LA), USAToulouse, FranceSeattle (WA), USAMexico (DF), MexicoLa Antigua, GuatemalaSelma (AL), USAWassenaar (ZH), NetherlandsAlbuquerque (NM), USACleveland (OH), USASan Diego (CA), USALubbock (TX), USAJakarta, IndonesiaSheki, Azerbaijan Sydney, AustraliaMumbai, IndiaSeoul, South KoreaCottage Grove (MN), USACypress (TX), USASaarbrücken, GermanyTuzla, Bosnia and HerzegovinaNew Orleans (LA), USABudapest, HungaryKyoto, JapanTokyo, JapanAustin (TX), USASingapore, SingaporeVilligen, SwitzerlandMontréal (QC), CanadaStayton (OR), USAMelbourne, AustraliaSilver Spring (MD), USAMoscow, RussiaSpringfield (MO), USAInverness (IL), usaArlington (VA), USACologne (NRW), GermanyAnderson (SC), USAOslo, NorwaySaint-Petersburg, Russian FederationManila, PhilippinesKajang (Selangor), MalaysiaMaple Ridge (BC), CanadaBandung (West Java), IndonesiaStavanger, NorwayBastia, FranceHong Kong, ChinaWailea (HI), USASt. Louis (MO), USAChicago (IL), USARabaul, Papua New GuineaSydney, AustraliaBucaramanga (Santander), ColombiaKansas City (MO), USAGrenoble, FranceParis, FranceEvry, FranceSaigon, VietnamPrague, Czech RepublicCape Town, South AfricaBrookville (OH), USABrussels, BelgiumSan Diego (CA), USAWellington, New ZealandNewcastle (NSW), AustraliaSaint Louis (MO), USASharon (CT), USAShanghai, ChinaZurich, SwitzerlandNorth Bay (ON), CanadaLyon, FranceNaples (FL), USAOlympia (WA), USA

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24 thoughts on “>Mainzer Frühstück – #166

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  2. >Whoa, that’s a large chunk of sausage! The bread looks woefully small next to it :-). I’d join you for the espresso..

  3. >I am sure you have to put the sausage inside the bread, right?

  4. >That’s EXACTLY what I thought a German breakfast would look like!

  5. >John, now that’s REALLY German! Great post for today’s theme!-Kim

  6. >Mustard! Port Angeles Daily Photo

  7. >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.

  8. >Ah, yes, I remember frushtuck. I’d rather have Muesli, though.:)

  9. >Yes, this looks pretty good for breakfast.

  10. >today I eat a lot:) maybe because of these tasty DP photos:)

  11. >Well, it does look filling!

  12. >Yummy! Sausage and bread was my favorite breakfast when I lived in Germany (except for Nutella on toast). That’s making me hungry!

  13. >That looks like pretty hearty fare! Glad it’s only on Saturday or you might gain a mite.

  14. >Je prefere quand meme le matin les fruits frais ;o)I prefer the morning the fresh fruits nevertheless ;o)

  15. >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!

  16. >Huge sausage! I bet it tastes really good! Looks yummy! 🙂

  17. >That is different, but it looks good.Brookville Daily Photo-Theme Day

  18. >wow, that’s a huge sausage.i sometimes go to the canteen at work just to buy one of them and snack :-)yummm

  19. >@ 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.

  20. >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.

  21. >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?

  22. >So glad the coffee is from PNG. My only suggestion would be a big dob of vegemite on that “sausage” would make it perfect!!!

  23. >Yes, a change of pace is good. Like the look of the roll.

  24. >Looks pretty good,,,a nice change of pace.

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