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Breakfast was a meal.

Walker ordered a breakfast of eggs, bacon, toast, coffee, and rough-cut marmalade. (TV: The Sea Devils)

In the 1970s, even prisoners were provided with breakfast in England. It was considered a basic necessity. (AUDIO: The Enchantress of Numbers)

In the time loop in which Chloe and Arthur were trapped, the chicken Henrietta provided two eggs for breakfast every morning. (PROSE: The Death of Me)

When Ann Kelso demanded tea and cake while locked up in Newstead Abbey, the Fourth Doctor expressed that cake, as a breakfast option, was distasteful. He retracted that part of her request. (AUDIO: The Enchantress of Numbers)

When the Seventh Doctor, Ace and Hex went to breakfast in London, he ordered a cadimonel prusket. When he realised it was unavailable on Earth, he asked for a bacon sarnie instead. (PROSE: Six Impossible Things Before Breakfast)

According to the Eighth Doctor, a pancake was a "breakfast food — very flat". (AUDIO: Caerdroia)

The "Full Fried Death" was the breakfast special at Terry's Café. (COMIC: Fried Death)

The renegade Time Lady Iris Wildthyme once shared breakfast with President Abraham Lincoln on the White House lawn in the 1860s, after saving the United States from "Martian invaders" for the third time. (AUDIO: The Panda Invasion)