I love breakfast! So much so, that sometimes I eat it for dinner.
Yet, had I lived in the Regency era, I might have found the table set a little too sparsely to satiate my evening hunger. Although breakfast as we know it was developed in the Regency era, it was obviously not yet valued as the most important meal.
A Typical Regency Breakfast:
Muffins or Hot Rolls
Adventurous spirits may occasional have a bit of coffee or meat, but generally most prefered toast (either dry or with a bit of butter). And as toasters weren’t invented yet (nor was sliced bread), toast would have been cooked over an open flame, most likely in a toastrack.