Today I'm going to show you what I make for breakfast, almost every day. If you wish to grow a brain as big and bright as mine you might want to follow my example and make this omega 3 rich breakfast, you need this (in order of appearance):
1 can of mackerel (aprox. 125 g)
1 square of rice noodles (90 g)
Lemon or lime juice
While the noodels are boiling, carefully remove the plastic which keeps the mackerel cans together.
Open the mackerel can. It's in these the omega 3 oil resides, without it your brain will mal-funny-thinkion.
Put the mackerel among the noodles, which by now should be finished with their boiling.
Lots of curry is a must.
Add some ketchup.
Instead of ordinary salt you use bouillon.
Dispose of cat.
Use quite a lot of lemon juice. Even better - for that earthy flavour - use lime juice.
A pinch of cinnamon.
Sugar is one of the secret ingredients in many a dishes (chicken bouillon is another). One teaspoon of it - sugar - here. (You won't believe how much sugar they use in cordon bleu stuff and such)
Some olive oil intensifies the flavour, the more the merrier.
You spare the olive oil until last, otherwise all other ingredients will get encapsulated in the oil.
"But does that matter, since the oil will be mixed with the rest of the food anyway"
you might say, and of course you're right, so stir down the oil and the other stuff in whatever order you feel appropriate.
And now - and this is important - Stir it all together while you heat it up somewhat.
Voila! Serve with the latte you learned of in my previous post and you're soon ready for bed again. That green stuff is parsley.
Here's the work of another artist who apparently ate fish for breakfast; Braque.