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Pakistani Breakfast in Cincinnati

We woke hungry this morning, two dudes, one pure Italian, one pure Pakistani, and a Pakistani-Spaniard 6 year old.  So you would wonder what's for breakfast? A good bowl of granola. Nope. Cold Pizza ? Absolutely not! Fried Mediterranean anchovies with a dash of home made wine vinegar ?  Definitely, if you were waking up somewhere in Southern Italy. But we did not The sun rose for us out in the burbs around good old Cincinnati , Ohio. Not Italy, but equally nice.

Here's what we came up with for the grown ups.

Slices of Artisan sour dough bread, topped with Iberico cheese and mebrillo (Quinche paste) .



The only thing missing was few shots of blueberry pomegranate goat mik kefir. That will have to wait until I get back home.


Be a champion . Don't bore your breakfast.

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