Waffles with bacon, apple sauce, greek yoghurt, honey and seasonal fruits.
Oscar Wilde famously said that only dull people are brilliant at breakfast. I tend to agree with the great man, but I should like to amend his famous words slightly to the following: the dull become brilliant after breakfast.
To me, breakfast is the most important meal of the day. My reasons for this view are not the conventional ones that nutritionists and dieticians espouse. Nutrition is important, yes, but occasion is even more important. Breakfast, to me, is an occasion, an event that sets the tone for the day. It's an integral part of my slow philosophy. I sit, I read, I observe, I reflect, I muse - and sometimes I even eat! It is the highlight of the day. It shapes my mind and thoughts for that day. If the breakfast experience is good, the day is good.