I generally don’t eat anything before noon, and I don’t especially like typical breakfast foods like eggs, sausage/bacon or fried potatoes. I don’t like cold cereal or hot oatmeal, pancakes, muffins, biscuits or sausage gravy. There’s really not much in the breakfast vocabulary that entices me to eat at that time of day.
(John Hartley - a culinary patriot eating & cooking in Northwest England)
I had to Google. So now I know who Stephen Wright is.
That may be my “learn something new every day” box ticked early on.
His humor is delivered in a very dry, monotone voice. He’s hysterical. Met him once at a bar in Somerville, MA - his “real” persona is not as much like that - there’s actual animation in his voice, although he’s very soft spoken.
And for the most part, it’s a time of day for me. Then again, I’ll have scrambled eggs and an English muffin for dinner at times (i.e., after 6:00 p.m.), so that becomes “Breakfast for Dinner”.
Great topic. To me, a ‘meal’ is something that I ingest sitting down, no matter the time of day or night or food. I could have a ‘meal’ sitting down in a restaurant, at someone’s home, at the ballpark, or riding in the car or on a train. Sit! Eat!