When you consider the different types of meat that are included in common breakfast meals, there is one glaring omission: chicken. Most restaurants that serve breakfast offer sausage, bacon, corned beef hash and even steak. Oddly, chicken is not offered, even though breakfast is usually a light meal and chicken is one of the lightest of the common types of meats.
The chart below shows some examples of common breakfast, lunch and dinner dishes, based on the type of meat they're centered around. Chicken for breakfast is oddly empty!
in my country(the Netherlands) most people eat bread for breakfast,usually with slices of ham or chicken, or with sweet stuff on it. boiled and fried eggs are also very common. So to me, it sounds weird to have steak or sausage for breakfast. its something i would eat for dinner
Actually, there's a chain restaurant in Mexico called VIP which served a delicious chicken cutlet for breakfast. Ate it there every other day for a week while I was in Cancun. They had better food than the 5-star restaurant in my hotel.
I know some body builders that eat boiled chicken breast for breakfast because they focus on protein, but that's certainly not a common breakfast meal. Definitely strange when you consider that steak (as in steak and eggs) is a common breakfast dish!