Consumed: The Best Breakfasts

In HuffPost Food & Drink’s series Consumed, we’ll shine a light on Americans’ obsession with food, one topic at a time. November is Breakfast Month.

In November, we focus on all things breakfast. Ever wonder why fancy coffee is so expensive? Want to know whether you should look for orange or yellow yolks in your morning eggs? Want a killer recipe for pancakes that’ll make you a weekend hero? We’ve got all that and more. Keep checking in for new stories every day this month.

“The sooner a guest finds their item, the happier they will be,” said Gregg Rapp, a menu engineer.
It's been around forever, but now it indulges our current food trends: heritage grains, broth culture and “putting an egg on it.”
The type of coffee you drink can affect your entire day as it influences your blood pressure, heart rate and breathing.
Today, you can find sabich on Israeli menus everywhere, including here in America, and for good reason: It’s the OG breakfast sandwich.
Homemade sweet potato chips, fried eggs and crispy chorizo turn regular nachos into your new favorite brunch.
Depending on when your avocado was picked from the tree, it's possible it'll never reach peak creaminess.
Got a busy morning? These are your best friend.
Two slices of bacon contains 70 calories and 2 grams of saturated fat. So ... is that OK or not?
For specialty coffee, premium prices are essential to keeping producers in business.
Whether a yolk is dark orange or light yellow can reveal a wealth of information about a chicken's life.
People didn't think much about the morning meal until the 19th century. Why are we so obsessed now?
A from-scratch, bodega-style breakfast sando just needs a few minutes steamed in a paper wrap to mimic the real thing.