I have an on-off relationship with tomatoes. Mostly off. Being so often tasteless renders them largely pointless. Served 'grilled' for breakfast - slightly - burned, hard, cold in the middle is a morning misery. And that they are pointless guests in every salad and wetly squished into every variety of soggy sandwich doesn't help.
This blog post is not a rant on obesity. Instead, I would like to take this opportunity to share some tips on what you as a parent can do your part to improve the situation. We all know breakfast is the most important meal of the day. Why then, does the report show that almost half (47%) of boys and over a third (36%) of girls aged 13 go skip breakfast?
Although simplicity in its form is far from what Café Coho are presenting with their visitors, the way in which they present it is simple. For instance, their egglette - eggtravagent (wehay!) and highly complex, it is in fact served so daintily and casually that we do not give a second glance to the weird, and wonderful creation in the Coho coolness
Going out for breakfast was such a pleasant experience. It makes a meal that is regarded as the most important, yet boring, meal of the day an occasion rather than just nearly falling asleep in to a bowl of cereal. It's a great start to the morning but, unfortunately, not one I could maintain on a regular basis.
Over the long Easter weekend, the daily papers were more than likely read by many over a leisurely breakfast. And for a lot of men, this came as quite good news, as the weekend headlines delivered the latest diabetes risk factor - men who skip breakfast are more at risk of developing diabetes compared to those who routinely eat when they get up.