We attempt to order a Sunday breakfast for only $5 per head. This was perhaps a little too ambitious.
The invention of sliced bread was surely a profound milestone of last century. Breakfast had certainly been made a little easier. No longer did we need to risk the use of a sharp knife first thing in the morning. But the perils of the electric toaster remain. All those buttons and nobs needing to be accurately adjusted so that each member of the household can have their special variant of packaged bread toasted to a golden brown perfection. Surely there must be an easier way. And boiling an egg? Forget it! Eating out for breakfast is the new best thing since…well... you know.
Breakfast cost us on average $6.25 each leaving $23.75 per person for all our remaining meals for the day. Not a great start since I know we will want a decent meal come dinner time.
Part 1 – The Kids Learn How to Budget While Having a Fun Day Out
Part 3 – The Kids Learn How to Budget While Having a Fun Day Out
Would our parents and grandparents have gone out for breakfast? Is it the ultimate in laziness? Are there better inventions than sliced bread? And speaking of such things what ever happened to drawstring tea bags? Please comment.