6 Breakfast Ideas for People Who Hate Breakfast
We turn the first meal of the day on its head with foods you might never have thought would be good before noon.
The British have kippers, the Japanese have grilled mackerel, and here in the U.S., we have lox. But what about eating a poached or broiled fish fillet in the morning? There's something decadent about it (especially when the fish—which in this New York Times recipe is flounder—comes with a sunny-side-up egg
). There's also this quick, simple broiled salmon recipe
, which is rich in omega-3 fatty acids, vitamin E and iron.