Filipino breakfast is in a league of its own. "Silog" is a combination of two words — sinangag, meaning garlic fried rice, and itlog, meaning egg. To serve something "silog" is to pair it with garlic fried rice and an egg. Longsilog is longanisa (sweet sausage) with rice and a fried egg. Bansilog is bangus (milkfish) with rice and a fried egg. Spamsilog is spam with rice and a fried egg. The options are limitless, and you can "silog" almost anything — just fry it up and serve with rice and an egg.
Pictured: crab-fat fried rice served with a fried egg by Archipelago Eats in Portland, OR.