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    What's your favourite breakfast?

    I have, until recently been a big fan of traditional English, or cooked breakfast if you prefer. Essentials are bacon, sausage, eggs (prefer poached) mushrooms, tomato, fried bread and black pudding. Must be accompnied by fresh bread and butter and a cup of proper tea.
    Since becoming a fan of most things Thai, i am now a regular (in more ways than one), for fresh fruit and natural yoghurt.
    Today i enjoyed another old favourite, Scottish kippers with wholemeal bread and butter.

    What is your favourite breakfast?
    Heart of Gold and a Knob of butter.

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    full english 4 shure

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    Oatcakes. Inside is filled with all/any of the ingredients of a "traditional English", with the addition of cheese (compulsory).

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    A full fat-bastard.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chassamui
    Essentials are bacon, sausage, eggs (prefer poached) mushrooms, tomato, fried bread and black pudding. Must be accompnied by fresh bread and butter and a cup of proper tea.
    The full monty

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marmite the Dog
    A full fat-bastard.
    Yum, me too. English or American version. Matters not to me.

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    kippers and marmalade on toast ...................
    Last edited by Mid; 16-04-2009 at 05:23 PM. Reason: marmalade

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    Quote Originally Posted by good2bhappy
    The full monty
    Yessssss me too but without that horrible fooking fried Yank bread shit and no mushrooms!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Loy Toy
    Yessssss me too but without that horrible fooking fried Yank bread shit and no mushrooms!
    We have fried bread in the UK, or do the Merkins fek that up as well?

    Mushrooms rock, ask Norts.

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    ^ Oh I don't know where it comes from? Hash browneyes or sumtin like that.

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    Breakfast is my favorite meal and I have a fairly big one (at least hash browns/eggs/bacon or sausage and toast or bread) nearly every day (that I wake up before noon).

    My favorite:
    Fried potatoes/ hash browns (with peppers, onions, diced ham, and a little cheese on top), fried eggs (over easy), crispy bacon, toasted whole grain bread (light butter), grits (w/ sugar and butter), spicy sausage breakfast gravy with buttermilk biscuits, and trio set (at least one glass each) of whole milk, water, and sweet iced tea.
    "Religion is an insult to human dignity. With or without it, you'd have good people doing good things and evil people doing evil things. But for good people to do evil things, it takes religion" - Steven Weinberg

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    Quote Originally Posted by Loy Toy
    Hash browneyes or sumtin like that.
    Ahh, ok. I quite like hash browns.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marmite the Dog
    Mushrooms rock, ask Norts.
    Mushrooms be good. Especially with hash brown eyes.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Marmite the Dog View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Loy Toy
    Yessssss me too but without that horrible fooking fried Yank bread shit and no mushrooms!
    We have fried bread in the UK, or do the Merkins fek that up as well?

    Mushrooms rock, ask Norts.
    Fried bread is not something one comes accross very often in the US - at least not in the midwest.

    That is if you are referring to real fried bread and not what some folks in the UK call fried bread which is really "eggy bread" or what is commonly called "french toast" in the US.

    If eggy bread or french toast is what you are looking for this is quite common in the US.

    Most common type of breakfast "bread" in the US is probably either simple toasted bread, a close second is probably what we call biscuts.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marmite the Dog
    Ahh, ok. I quite like hash browns.
    Never liked them........................... now come to think of it the kids always steal them off my plate.

    Best I get back down to Cafe Uno and have another go at them.

    My last breakfast there was a bit of a disaster (if you can remember) and after I forgot to order it! Fooking business calls on a Sunday morning!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Loy Toy
    My last breakfast there was a bit of a disaster (if you can remember) and after I forgot to order it!
    Pretty good brekkie in there, and yes, you weren't really with it that day.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bugs
    close second is probably what we call biscuts.
    Biscuit, gravy, egg and pancakes another favorite of mine. English not impressed with it. At least the one I know.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Norton
    English not impressed with it. At least the one I know.
    Cock.

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    Just for you Marmers. Enjoy.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Norton View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Bugs
    close second is probably what we call biscuts.
    Biscuit, gravy, egg and pancakes another favorite of mine. English not impressed with it. At least the one I know.
    Biscuits are great, even bad biscuits are better than toast in my book. Problem is they have to be fresh otherwise they are worse than bad they are bricks (and shite).

    Villa used to carry premade frozen biscuit dough from Pillsbury but I have not seen them in a long while. They were great because you could pop one or two of them into the oven with no mess or hassle.

    Heck right now I'd settle for the canned (refrigerated) type commonly found in the US.
    Golden Layers® Biscuits from Pillsbury.com


    Not a big fan of pancakes. They have to be really good for me to bother, and I can't make a really good pancake. Even then the biggest problem I have is the syrup; it tends to be too sweet, and poured on too heavy - I need the syrup on the side. About the only way I can deal with so-so pancakes is if they are blueberry.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Norton View Post
    Just for you Marmers. Enjoy.

    Looks like the sort of shit only Merkins and starving Africans could eat.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bugs
    Not a big fan of pancakes. They have to be really good for me to bother, and I can't make a really good pancake. Even then the biggest problem I have is the syrup; it tends to be too sweet, and poured on too heavy - I need the syrup on the side. About the only way I can deal with so-so pancakes is if they are blueberry.
    Try them soaked in fresh orange juice..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bugs
    Not a big fan of pancakes.
    I prefer a waffle. No syrup but some fruit sliced on top.


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    Fried bread is not something one comes accross very often in the US - at least not in the midwest. That is if you are referring to real fried bread and not what some folks in the UK call fried bread which is really "eggy bread" or what is commonly called "french toast" in the US. If eggy bread or french toast is what you are looking for this is quite common in the US. Most common type of breakfast "bread" in the US is probably either simple toasted bread, a close second is probably what we call biscuts
    Only fried bread I ever saw there [we called it pan bread] was either Indians doing it or we used to make it cooked in an iron skillet and on a camp fire with the skillet heated and then tipped so the heat could brown the top and it was baking powder, which are my favorite biscuits anyway.
    but I think my favorite breakfasts ever were at Elmer's Pancake & Steak house on 82 ave in Portland and was a charred and RARE sirloin, with eggs over easy, hash browns and a German pancake, or sometimes a stack of regular pancakes.
    But I do like biscuits and sausage gravy too, but for some reason I make damn fine pancakes but my baking powder biscuits are just like the ones my dad made, really not for shit and I do miss em.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Norton View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Bugs
    Not a big fan of pancakes.
    I prefer a waffle. No syrup but some fruit sliced on top.

    Yea, but not them little fuckers, Belgium waffle with fresh sliced Elberta peaches or strawberrys and lots of real from a cow whipped cream.. fuckin A.

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