Dayton: The Lumberjack Breakfast (Instantaneo)

Dayton: The Lumberjack Breakfast (Instantaneo)

 

In both Canada and the United States, the traditional full breakfast is popular, though is more commonly eaten on weekends and holidays.
During the week, a smaller breakfast is commonly eaten, often immediately before or while commuting to work or school.

Foods typically considered to be breakfast foods are often available all day at diners, leading to them being consumed at novel times, which is likely responsible for the term “breakfast for dinner” or “brinner.”

Source: Wikipedia

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