Sunday, March 6, 2011

Hospital breakfast

Most everyone raves about Italian food and "si" I agree that for the most part, the food is "kiss your fingers and hold them up" wonderful (translation for Italian hand gesture: too fantastic for words good); However, when it comes to breakfast I have always thought there was something missing. Here is an example of what I am given to eat in the morning. A bowl of warm milk, a sugar packet and 3, count them 3 little cookies in a package! I usually have a few hidden items from previous meals (fruit or bread) to help hold me over to the next meal, but what about all of those other hungry hospital patients???

4 comments:

Dani said...

this is pretty ridiculous

Anthony and Christel said...

Wow! It's like they think you're a little kitty cat drinking your milk! :)

Kristi said...

Yes, it's funny how Europeans think we are weird for having our "American breakfasts." I think you should post more about your experience and the cultural differences. I find them so interesting!

The Brinkerhoffs said...

Is Gio allowed to sneak you in food?! That just doesn't even look appetizing to me