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On this page you will find a helpful list of mealtimes that is placed in the category of "common meals." These are the most common set mealtimes in the Western-world. In each category you will learn facts about each meal, tips and recipes popular for that meal too.
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"Mealtime is the hour at which a meal is habitually or customarily eaten."



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When it comes to gathering together for a special event, a holiday or a special occasion... there's nothing better than celebrating with a delishious meal that's shared between two or shared between the many. 

If you want to know the different types of meals-
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Common meals
These are the most common set mealtimes in the Western-world.

The type of meal served or eaten at any given time varies by custom and location. In most modern cultures, three main meals are eaten: in the morning, early afternoon, and evening. Further, the names of meals are often interchangeable by custom as well. Some serve dinner as the main meal at midday, with supper as the late afternoon/early evening meal; while others may call their midday meal lunch and their early evening meal supper. Except for "breakfast", these names can vary from region to region or even from family to family.

  • Breakfast: Breakfast is usually eaten within an hour or two after a person wakes up in the morning.
  • Lunch: Lunch is eaten around mid-day, usually between 11 am–2 pm.
  • Supper: Supper in the US and UK is a meal eaten in the evening.
  • Dinner: Dinner is the main meal of the day, regardless of whether it's at lunchtime or in the evening. Dinner also refers to the evening meal as a formal meal or just the evening meal in the south of England.
  • Dessert: Dessert is typically eaten after dinner as a treat. It may be considered a course within a meal or a meal itself. Cakes, pastries, fresh fruit, and ice cream are examples of common dessert food. ( National Dessert Day )

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Other meals
  • Second Breakfast: Second Breakfast is a traditional                                                                midmorning meal served parts of central Europe.
  • Elevenses: also called "Morning Tea," is a drink and                                                                         light snack taken late morning after breakfast and                                                                         before lunch.
  • Brunch: Brunch is a late-morning meal, usually larger                                                                      than a breakfast and usually replacing both breakfast                                                                       and lunch; it is most common on Sundays.
  • Afternoon Tea: Afternoon Tea is a midafternoon meal,                                                                 typically taken at 4pm, consisting of light fare such as                                                                     small sandwiches, individual cakes & scones with tea.
  • High Tea: High Tea is a British meal usually eaten in                                                                           the early evening.
  • Last meal: is a meal served to a prisoner before his                                                                execution.
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     ► Full Course Meal
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