I spent a week and a half last week on a mission to discover the secrets of Western food.
It was all about finding a dish that I would love to eat, but never thought I would.
It’s a daunting challenge, but one I’m glad I’m making it through.
The dishes we looked at included: The classic Western sandwich, with tomato, bacon, onions, and sausage (you know, the classic sandwich).
The “classic” Western meal is a hearty stew with meat, vegetables, and potatoes.
The Classic Western dish is served with rice, gravy, and cheese.
The classic western sandwich is served on a croissant with a baked potato and tomato.
The “modern” Western breakfast is made with eggs, toast, and a variety of meats and cheeses.
The Modern Western meal consists of breakfast, lunch, dinner, and dessert.
I had never had a Classic Western before, and had never been to a Western restaurant before.
We ended up eating nearly every meal that the restaurant had, and every meal was a classic Western dish, except for the dinner portion.
This is the result of our research.
For example, the dinner menu was inspired by my mother’s recipe for an Italian dish called tandoori chicken.
I loved tandor, and decided to try to recreate it at home.
It turned out very well.
This dinner was a great example of the “classic Western meal” being a great match for a modern Western breakfast.
I also used this meal as inspiration for a dinner I was making with my sister and daughter, but they were not aware of my love for Western food until the dinner was over.
This meal is perfect for when you want to make a quick meal and can be served in about 10 minutes.
The best part about this meal is that it is all made up of just 10 ingredients, and it is so easy to prepare.
I hope you enjoy my recipe for the Western breakfast I had on the trip.