In my travels I have noticed that "breakfast" means different things to different cultures. Here in the southern USA, breakfast is relatively restricted to cereals/oats, eggs/omelets, pork (bacon, ham, sausage), breads (toast, biscuit, cornbread, pancakes, waffles), fruits/jams, dairy (yogurt, milk, cream cheese), coffee/tea, and limited veggies such as potatoes, corn (grits. Some traditions are changing, for example...chicken is now served at fast food restaurants...and a few years ago chicken for breakfast would have been odd. Beef, fish and turkey remain relatively rare. In other countries I've noticed different foods slip on to the menu...such as tomatoes and baked beans in England (my dad is old school and loves tomatoes for breakfast even though he is a native of the USA). In Eastern Europe I saw sandwich meat such as salami and cheese served. In Romania they eat breakfast sandwiches that include olives and cucumbers with meat and cheese...which I thought was odd for breakfast. Other places de-emphasize breakfast altogether and replace it with a cup of coffee. What does your traditional breakfast include? Are there any foods you specifically don't eat for breakfast? Are there any odd breakfasts you have experienced?