artisanal film reviews | by maryann johanson
Wed Oct 14 2015, 09:13pm | 8 comments
So deliciously carby…
I’ve always been curious why the “continental breakfast” was just bread and coffee. (Orange juice not a regular part of it.) When I consider though, historically bread was a substantial part of the diet and had nutritional value until the 20th century. – even white bread, desired by the upper classes. So you could get by on bread for breakfast for a long time after breakfast developed into the meal we recognize today.
Gasp! To think the paleo diet originated in Lascaux…
What? No Wheaties? :-)
I’m more concerned about the lack of fruit.
There’s oranges and grapes in the Mimosa. ;)
That’s just OJ, not a mimosa.
Oh, come on, you should be hunched over your typewriter I mean iPad, mimosa in one hand, whiskey in the other – we’ll allow you to omit the cigarette…
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