In the U.S., a “typical” breakfast can shift depending on what part of the country you’re in. One might argue that there is no more typical New York breakfast than a bagel (pictured left) with lox and cream cheese. Eggs, bacon, and hash browns (with some variations), as well as waffles and pancakes, appear on breakfast tables across the country. In the South, biscuits and gravy is a classic breakfast, as is grits or porridge. Northeasterners are particularly fond of coffee and donuts, or traditionally, a slice of pie. Then, states in the Southwest tend to eat Mexican-inspired dishes like "huevos rancheros." There is always the old half-grapefruit (with sugar) standby, as well.