Tuesday, June 14, 2011

I have so many questions!


What's breakfast history? The history of breakfast? Stories from history over breakfast? And has it just gone underground? Maybe my friend Nick knows. Thanks, Joey.

2 comments:

terriblywrite said...

It's really about breakfasts in history. Who can forget learning about Marie Antoinette's "Omelet them eat cake"?

Darcy said...

Archaeological evidence suggests that varieties of pancakes are probably the earliest and most widespread types of cereal food eaten in prehistoric societies whereby dry carbohydrate-rich seed flours mixed with the available protein-rich liquids, usually milk and eggs, were baked on hot stones or in shallow earthenware pots over an open fire to form a nutritious and highly palatable foodstuff.