This is probably a silly question, but where did the idea that certain foods belonged to breakfast and the rest of the foods belong to other times of the day? My Gram, who was from Sweden, always had homemade wheat toast and strong smelling cheese with a slice of sausage for her breakfast along with several cups of coffee and lavish amounts of cream from their herd of cows.
I can't say Kathy. I know as a child we had Quaker Oats (Porridge) and toast, and fry ups at the weekend but apparently in Victorian times they were just as likely to have a mutton chop! Or Kedgeree with smoked haddock or some other fish.
The Germans like cooked meats and cheeses for breakfast and in France it's mainly bread items: Baguette, Croissants, pan au Chocolate etc.
I don't often have breakfast in the week (occasionally the already mentioned Ryvita) but at weekends we'll have bacon and avocado sandwiches, or boiled eggs, or corned beef hash with a fried egg. Or taco beans with a poached egg on top. Last Sunday we had an omelette with salami, red and green peppers, red onion & topped it with some Brie that needed using up - gosh it was strong, but it was lovely.