Saturday, April 26, 2014

[Photo of the Week] A Taste of the Weekend: Brunch

After a busy week of studying and working, I look forward to the weekend when I get to hang out with friends for brunch. The term “brunch” is a combination of the words, breakfast and lunch. It’s a meal that you eat any time before dinner usually on Saturdays and Sundays. Originally from the U.K., this meal has been popular in the U.S. since the early 1930s. 

In New York, you sometimes need to wait in line for up to two hours to get a seat in a popular brunch restaurant, but it’s absolutely worth it. Other than my favorite dish called Eggs Florentine, I enjoy catching up with friends, meeting new people, and exploring new cultures during brunch.

If you want to try brunch for the first time, try ordering the eggs benedict with fresh orange juice. This is the most classic combination and I would definitely recommend it. Enjoy being an international student in the U.S. and don’t miss out on brunch!


Photo was taken by Xiao Lu

Xiao was an international student at Fordham University in the U.S. After she received her master’s degree in Marketing Intelligence, she is enjoying her work and life in New York City.

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