I find everything about this video so fascinating. What does this breakfast taste like? Is it sweet, salty, spicy? I have no idea. And how do you eat it out of those plastic bags? (Not to mention the mystery of how they get everything in them without making a mess!) We've yet to try Halwa Puri, mainly because it seems like good breakfast excursion and I've yet to figure out where to buy it in Toronto. (Although I don't doubt that it's out there somewhere...)
You may remember Knefe from the Lebanese breakfast entry. The first time I saw this video I immediately texted Jon to tell him that I wanted to add this machine to our kitchen...
Kaya Toast is virtually unheard of food here in Canada, but this commercial gives a real window into it's popularity in Asia. It almost rivals Tim Horton's with it's sappy sentiments.
This great-grandmother is 93 and has her own vlog about cooking on Youtube! Incredible. Even more incredible, she says they ate cookies for breakfast during the Depression years...
The national dish of Uzbekistan, Plov or O'sh is eaten all times of day. But in this video it looks like they're enjoying it in the traditional feast held the morning before a wedding. O'sh is serious business and the men of the family pride themselves in their O'sh making skills the same way a North American man might pride himself on his BBQ-ing. You'll notice that only men are invited to this particular occasion. Exclusive perhaps, but these feasts have been known to feed as many as 1000 men at a time - that's a lot of rice!
Okay, this video loses me around Dr. Horatio Kilpatient's appearance, but I do like getting to see a bit of Aruba and the food cart scene.
What does Cookie Monster eat for breakfast? Watch to find out.....