Lisa, having visited Canada, is also more accustomed to eating bigger breakfasts or “Sunday brunch” when we go out.
In the end, food isn’t a huge deal for us since we are open-minded, well-traveled, and not picky!
Depending on where you are from, this might not be a problem for every intercultural couple, but it has been an issue for us.
Lisa’s native language is German and while she speaks English quite well, not everyone in her family does.
Tied in with traditions a bit, another cultural difference we’ve run into surrounds the idea of food – not only what we eat, but when we eat, and how it’s prepared.