Cereal Supper

FACT: Cereal is basically one of the best damn foods in the world.

Fed Up Food Cereal Buffet

A beautiful buffet dominated by cereal quickly disappears from sight once noon approaches…WTF!?!

Something magical happens when your favorite brand of cereal combines with milk…it is perfection in a bowl.

America is obsessed with cereal…Have you ever been in a grocery store? No other single food has an ENTIRE aisle dedicated to it. There are so many varieties of cereal it is slightly crazy….but that is not a bad thing. From granola, to exotic foreign stuff to muesli and the classics, there is always something to fit your mood. So you can NEVER get bored with the stuff. And we even worship cereal by creating collector editions, idolizing goofy mascots, and devoutly honoring any prize from found inside a box.

So…What jackass determined that cereal should be solely a morning ritual?!? Who the hell insisted on calling it ‘breakfast cereal’, and why did we accept this term? I get pissed every time I walk through an airport or hotel buffet and suddenly at 11:00 AM all the tiny travel sized Kelloggs boxes disappear from sight and get stashed away by restaurant employees who seem to think that exposed cereal in the PM is some sort of crime. Why do people look down upon the concept of a meal comprised of cereal if it is not restricted to breakfast hours? Seriously, how is there a damn curfew in place for munching on one of the best, most versatile, foods imaginable?

fed Up Food Cereal for Dinner

This ‘Fed Up Feast’ featured cereal for dinner! A great time was had by all, proving just how wrong  society’s commonly held belief to banish certain foods to breakfast realms is. Oh…and we discovered that wine and cheese are perfectly acceptable accompaniments to bowls full of cereal.

The Fed Up team decided to take a stand against this stupid ‘social-norm’ and go against the commonly held belief that ‘breakfast cereal’ is only designed for breakfast. We held the first ‘Fed Up Feast’ at The HQ and the entire meal was cereal-centric. It was BYOB; Bring  Your Own Box of cereal. Slippers were not required, but they were highly encouraged so the dress code for this ‘dinner-party’ was definitely casual. While we all joyfully devoured bowl after bowl of cereal,  cartoons played in the background and we swapped frustrating-food-stories to fuel future Fed Up ‘Rants.’ This ‘Cereal-for-Dinner’ was a beautiful success, and I hope you will learn from our experience and also take up a stand to wave the cereal flag at any hour of the day.

I am fed up with foods being limited to regulated times. You should eat what you want, when you want it…especially with foods as gloriously perfect as cereal.

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Author:Mr. Fed Up

A guy looking for good grub. and YES....I have a website...and I am not going to bore you with one of those personal journal type of blogs. I promise. Check it out; www.FedUpFood.com

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5 Comments on “Cereal Supper”

  1. December 8, 2012 at 7:01 am #

    Well said. love cereal, but hardly ever take it for breakfast.

    • December 9, 2012 at 4:47 pm #

      I too find that I eat cereal ALL the time outside of breakfast…it is the perfect ‘snack-time’ meal

  2. December 15, 2012 at 9:41 pm #

    Yeah cereal!

    • December 17, 2012 at 8:59 am #

      Cereal is good 24/7 as far as I am concerned.

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