I often find breakfasts problematical. I actually spend time before getting-up in the mornings thinking/worrying about what I should have. In an ideal world I would eat fried egg and bacon every morning, but I do try to limit myself.
Whilst shopping yesterday I forgot to buy my usual week's supply of bacon; possibly because I was distracted by a jar of Sandwich Spread beckoning to me from a distant shelf.
The last time I bought Sandwich Spread was in France about three years ago. It was very yellow, and had tasted 'not quite right'. I noticed on the label that it had been made in Holland, so I don't think that Heinz had given them the correct recipe.
My liking (I almost wrote love) for this product dates back to my days at Prep' School where SS sandwiches were brought out to hungry young cricket or tennis players at teatime; they were very soon consumed. I didn't then encounter the product again for several decades.
I eat my morning toast with all sorts of toppings. Marmite, Marmalade, Anchovies, green Pesto, St Agur, etc, I have no firm favourite. I certainly prefer savoury to sweet, but after that it's anyone's guess.
So, this morning it was the turn of Heinz Sandwich Spread. It fits the bill well. It's savoury, tastes quite nice (to my palate), and is quick and easy. As you might see from the above photo, it was accompanied by a mug of coffee (Nescafé), and a glass of Beetroot Juice which for the past year or so has replaced some awful pills (Amlodipine) that made my legs and feet swell-up.
I'm not sure if I would recommend Sandwich Spread for your breakfast, or indeed for anything else. It's an acquired taste and many might find it a bizarre choice. À chacun son goût.
N.B. Last year when I ordered a repeat prescription from my Doctor, I told him that I didn't want any more Amlodipine tabs; he asked why. I explained about my legs and told him that a Witch Doctor in Norfolk had told me to drink Beetroot juice instead. He laughed and said that I had a very wise Witch Doctor. Doctors are not always right, but he was on this occasion!