britain
Even Weetabix Is Leaving The UK

In a devastating blow to the league of oldsters trying to bring back some sort of imaginary 'golden age' to the UK, British-as-fish-and-chips breakfast cereal Weetabix is jumping ship to the US. Read More >>

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Thousands of Tiny Flipping Discs Power This Mesmerising Kinetic Display

The old-school mechanical displays you’d find at airports and train stations listing arrival and departure times have long since been replaced with flat screen TVs. They’re not gone forever, though, thanks to one company who thinks flip-disc displays deserve a revival. Read More >>

food
The Olympian’s Breakfast Contains Meat, Nuts, and Even More Meat

If you want to get as fit as an Olympic athlete you need to dedicate your entire life to training in your sport. You can also eat a whole lot of meat and nuts for breakfast. And when we say meat, we mean real meat—the kind you can’t get in basic supermarkets. Read More >>

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Watch This Machine Put Together Sunday Breakfast

A 69-year-old retired airline pilot spent 1,000 hours over three months putting together this contraption that can serve runny soft-boiled eggs, make toast, offer tea, and hand over the newspaper. Sign us up. [Mashable] Read More >>

foodmodo
A Hot Breakfast Looks Even More Delicious Under a Thermal Camera

Scrape the sleep out of your eyes because even the most quotidian breakfast foods look like insane NASA photos through a thermal camera. Read More >>

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Bacon, Egg and Cheese Pizza is a Great Excuse to Eat Pizza for Breakfast

What would you say about eating a cooked breakfast on a pizza? Sizzling bacon, a runny egg and perfectly melted cheese on top of pizza dough. Maybe add mushrooms and chives if you'd like. How can you say no? I know I couldn't. Even if there's no tomato sauce, I'd eat the heck out of this breakfast pizza every morning. Read More >>

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Deconstructed Fry-up in a Bun Bowl Wins Best Breakfast Award

London-based restaurant Bunnychow has picked up the Best Breakfast award that's been dished out as part of the National Breakfast Week celebrations, with its vertically stacked, self-contained fry-up deemed the best way to fill yourself up of a morning. Read More >>

design
This Grapefruit Sectioner Might Be the Most Specific Kitchen Gadget

No longer do those wanting to eat healthy at breakfast have to live in fear of the backlash from the grapefruit they're digging into. This Citrus Sectioner replaces your spoon with a purpose-built contraption that safely and easily removes a wedge from your favourite morning fruit—minus any geysers of blinding juice. Read More >>

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Do You Eat Breakfast? Why Not?

There seems to be a constant tug-of-war on the subject of breakfast. Is it really our most important meal of the day? Can shoving some porridge down your gullet actually help you lose weight? I ask this because new research is claiming that skipping breakfast has no effect on weight gain whatsoever. Read More >>

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Why The Hell Doesn’t McDonald’s Serve Breakfast All Day?

Look, say what you will about McDonald's — they know how to do breakfast. The Egg McMuffin is such a perfect packet of good-morning deliciousness, I swear Ronald McDonald must've cut his burger-flippin' teeth in the kitchen of a roadhouse diner. But unlike my favorite fast food joints, where breakfast is a Constitutional right 24 hours a day, inside the Golden Arches lunch takes over at 10:30am. What gives? Read More >>

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The Brunch Cocktail That Puts Bloody Marys to Shame

It's springtime, at last. People are smiling, showing a little more skin, and your favourite brunch spot has opened its outdoor seating area. But don't reflexively reach for that Bloody Mary. It's a new year. It deserves a new cocktail. Read More >>

internet
The Image Toaster Brings Google Images to Your Breakfast

We live in the future, so chances are you've got all manner of gadgets flashing and beeping at you to remind you what's happening on any given day. But your toast isn't in on all that fun. And why shouldn't it be? If you had something like the Image Toaster, it could be. And maybe someday you will. Read More >>

design
This Incredible High-Speed Ticker Board Mimics Your Motion

Just a few avenues over from New York's Penn Station where an old electro-magnetic ticker board displays train arrivals and departures the designers from Breakfast have installed a modern take on the ticker on Harold Square at 6th Avenue and 32nd Street. Watch this video, it's absolutely hypnotic. Read More >>