In Great Britain as everywhere else there are no strict rules when we speak about meals, but still the British have some traditions, such as: they usually have breakfast, lunch, tea at five o’clock and dinner. If the dinner is late enough it is called supper. Sometimes they have both dinner and supper, if they like. The biggest meal of the day for an ordinary Englishman is considered to be breakfast. It is usually held between 7 and 9 o’clock. It must be rather big and nourishing, much bigger than breakfast on the Continent. Traditional British breakfast consists of bacon, ham or sausages, fried or boiled eggs, some porridge, cornflakes, toasts, jam, a cup of coffee or strong tea. Certainly some people don’t like the idea of having too much food in the morning and prefer to eat a slice of bread and butter, a boiled egg, some fruit and drink a glass of juice. The English like to eat their boiled eggs with small spoons with some salt. Toasts are usually eaten with butter and some marmalade.