Breakfast, the Most Important Meal of the Day

A well-balanced breakfast: wonton soup, meat buns, fried dough, fried eggs, pumpkin stew, hot soy milk, and a chive bun. Did I miss anything?

 

 

"Little Pot" Rice Noodles (Mi xian), authentically from Yunnan, and only good in Yunnan.

 

 

Line for the first meal

 

 

Oh the variety!

 

 

Pickled vegetables wrapped in fried dough wrapped in a biscuit makes for a hardy breakfast.

 And that’s how I get through the day.

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4 Comments on “Breakfast, the Most Important Meal of the Day”

  1. seainspanish says:

    Yum, Yum Yum. Is all the food from one place? And where is it exactly? So many yummy questions

    • E. He says:

      The last three photos are all one place, right outside Jiaomen Xi train station in Beijing. Not the healthiest of foods, but certainly is delicious!!

  2. OhmygoshYUM. If you keep these food posts up, I’m going to be on the next plane over, stretchy-waisted pants and all.

    • E. He says:

      well then pack up those stretchy pants and we’ll eat up a storm! (I do it everyday.) because I’ve got plenty more photos of food! And lotsa veggies (I know you love your vegetables)!


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