Family, Filipino Food, What to eat Mom?
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Egg Morning

I love mornings. I have my quiet time while preparing breakfast @ 5:30am. Enjoying the early morning music of boiling water for my coffee. 

Fresh brewed coffee makes me start my day with a smile on my face.

C and I get to enjoy quality time eating breakfast. Talking about what his day will be and me asking and planning dinner with him. It’s just breakfast and we’re talking about what to eat for dinner.

Today’s breakfast I prepared Garlic Fried Rice, Sunny-side-up Egg, and Ham. All fried in my trusty wok. 

Filipinos love a heavy breakfast and would almost always require an egg. We have a lot of “*silog” breakfast menu: TapSilog – beef tapa, LongSilog – longganisa (sweet pork sausage) , BangSilog (daing na bangus), HamSilog (ham). *”Silog” stands for Sinangag na Kanin (Fried Rice) and Itlog (Egg). If you have notice we use the first 3 letters of the main meat that goes along rice and egg.

How do you crack your eggs? 
I used to crack my egg on the side of a bowl or counter but I always end up having bits of shell at the end. One TV chef suggested to crack the egg on a flat surface. I did just that and no more shells. 

Wishing each one of you an Eggirriffic Morning!

This entry was posted in: Family, Filipino Food, What to eat Mom?


Hi, my name is Abigail a stay at home Mama of two LittleOnes and currently residing in Dubai, UAE since 2009. This is my little space online where I share activities, places we've been, food we enjoy and snippets of our daily expat life. ‘Cuddles and Crumbs’ is a combination of the two main things I share on this blog: cuddles (family) and crumbs (food).


  1. Ms. M says

    hi there!ahmm..nice breakfast.. miss my mom coz everytime i visit mom house in province she always cook a yummy breakfast. nice post and blog.. tc

  2. I love that photo with the runny egg all over the rice. Ah, if only I had the patience to make something like this for breakfast (I wake up like an animal and pounce on the first edible thing which usually means that b'fast cooking never happens…)

  3. Magandang umaga! It's morning here in California and the first thing I opened to see was your blog and it was very fitting to read a post about breakfast… silogs!! Love , love fried eggs and fried rice in the morning. I also wanted to thank you for following the blog and for tweeting about Saveur. It really isnt about the blog but it is about Filipino food. I;m so excited that a big American food magazine is noticing our food. Thanks to Filipino food bloggers like yourself, we are making our wonderful food known!Even if you're in Dubai you and your families can still vote. Just choose "Not Applicable" for State and "United States" for Country. Feel free to pass it on to your family and friends.Ingat lagi,Jun

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