Day 7 - Week 2
You made it safely to your hotel and feel fast asleep. You’ve now woken up and are ready to start your day. Before you start, however, you need to eat some breakfast. Imagine that you and your whanau have walked out of the hotel and into a restaurant across the street. At the restaurant you are offered a traditional breakfast meal. Scroll through the examples below to see a picture of what is commonly eaten in your country for breakfast.
Canada – Pancakes with maple syrup
Mexico – Chilequilas
Chile – Sweet tea and buttered toast
England – Full English Fry-Up
Germany – Brotchen (bread), cheese and salami platter
United Arab Emirates – Chebab (Wrap)
South Africa – Cup of tea and a rusk (hard bread)
Japan – White rice, fish, meso soup and natto (fermented beans)
Malaysia – Nasi Lemak (rice, vegetables and meat)
Australia – Vegemite on toast
Compare the picture of common breakfast foods in the country you’ve chosen with what you typically eat for breakfast here in New Zealand. I usually have a bowl of sultana bran cereal with trim milk and a cup of tea. What about you? On your blog, please tell us:
- What you eat for breakfast
- What people in your chosen country eat for breakfast
- Which of the two breakfast options (your breakfast or the breakfast in the other country) you prefer. Why do you prefer it?
1. For breakfast I usually have a cup of hot chocolate with breakfast crackers.
2. The people in my chosen country ( Canada ) eat Pancakes with maple syrup.
3. Out of the two breakfast opinions I would actually prefer Pancakes with maple syrup. I would prefer this because it would be nice to start the day with warm pancakes and sweet syrup poured on top.
Some of the most famous foods to come out of New Zealand include kiwifruit, lamb, whitebait, oysters, tuatua (shellfish), kumara, bacon and egg pie, hokey pokey ice cream, lolly cake, anzac biscuits and pavlova. Take a picture of you (or someone you know!) eating one of these famous ‘kiwi’ foods. Post the picture to your blog. Underneath the picture tell us what they are eating.
This is a picture of my aunty and she is eating lamb and potatoes.