Wednesday, August 1, 2007

August Theme Day: Typical Breakfast

breakfast
This is my typical breakfast of the day - a glass of extra hot milo + milk, a slice or two of raisin oatmeal toast, and biscuits. It's nothing special because I don't have excess time on making a proper breakfast as I always in the rush to class. I wished I had hot dogs, boiled eggs, and fresh juices during my breakfast but too bad my hostel doesn't has fridge to store the food. (Juices and hot dogs need to be stored in refrigerator.) Well, would anyone like to offer me one of those? :p

p/s: Oh, of course I didn't managed to finish off the biscuits all by myself!! =)

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21 comments:

Neva said...

Looks good to me!

Monstrous Creature said...

Nice ~

Lavenderlady said...

I could eat this breakfast. Thanks for sharing.

R&R in The Netherlands said...

I never realized raisin bread was so universal!

Sally said...

Love the raisin bread. What a shame you can't refrigerate, but at least you can have the raisin bread!

Jilly said...

Looks very tasty. I love raisin bread. Didn't know it existed in Malaysia. Our world is small, eh?

BundaWAH said...

This breakfast is more healthy than hot dog things Emilly. I will suggest to have nasi lemak time to time?

Pod said...

yum! i could eat all of that at once! i just got back from a long run....i must go eat!

Abraham Lincoln said...

I also had raisin bread for my breakfast. Nice shot.

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Keropok Man said...

i love raisin bread too!

can you get a tiny little fridge for your hostel?

you like hot milo, i like ice milo. I make my milo with 3 tablespoons full of milo, stirred in around 1/6 mug of hot milk. stir stir until all sticky and googey.

Then pour very very cold milk into it and tada! yum yum!

Emily Lin said...

Bundawah: Having Nasi Lemak once in a while during breakfast is okay. But it's not a good idea for having it everyday. It's more suitable for lunch I guess. :p

r&r, Jilly: I think bread is the universal food in the world. Raisin bread is definitely my choice of bread! :)

Pod: You should eat more! :p

Abraham: What a coincidence! =)

Keropok Man: Wow we have the same interest! I like googey drinks too!! Milo + milk! Yumyum. But your methods are quite complicated to me. :p I will just add extra hot water into it. I LOVE extra hot drinks!

~tanty~ said...

Oh, I love biscuits. Nice composition.

Olivier said...

un bon petit dejeuner, il doit etre delicieux


a good breakfast, it must be delicious

GMG said...

Well, this one seems edible without too much danger of getting some few pounds more...

jelvistar said...

I love the angle of the photo, looks yummy!

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Rambling Round said...

Looks like a nice, nourishing breakfast to me. Good photo.

travelphilippines said...

ohhhh same here i love my milo + milk in the morning.. that raisin bread loooks soooo yummmmmmmy.

Fabrizio - ikol22 said...

I like so much your breakfast and your photo !!!

Dijah said...

Yummieeeeeeeeee!

Tomate Farcie said...

Nobody has time for a proper breakfast these days :( Still, that piece of bread with the raisin and the mug of coffe looks good to me!

julia said...

Quite good even without hot dogs, sorry about the juice!.thanks for calling in. I hope to visit KL, and more, before too long, am looking forward to that.