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    A hamover omelette.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JPPR2 View Post
    ^ Huevos Rancheros?
    I think it's Shakshuka.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JPPR2 View Post
    Huevos Rancheros?

    Looks really delish
    No, it's Shashuka from a new-ish restaraunt/bakery called Folks and Flour in Pattaya. We're already locked in to an English breakfast tomorrow (the other half's idea) but I'll be going back for another crack at Shashuka soon, its totally delicious!

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    Chequers on Soi 4 does a superb Full English for soaking up the excess and mild shame of the night before. I appreciate that I can have a beer to ride sidecar with me coffee.

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    Quote Originally Posted by aging one View Post
    British bacon, check, Sausages, check, nice toast but not fried bread, check, fresh eggs, check. But but but, you need some home fries for perfection. I am going to try to make these up done with pancetta or bacon. Beans and black pudding for breakfast I can do without.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hallelujah View Post
    I've never quite understood having potatoes for breakfast...
    That is why you are in the Stone Age. Americans have been tossing beans out the window for over 100 years. Total shit poverty food. A good plate of hash browns or fried potatoes will destroy those cold shit canned beans any day.


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    Hash brown are quite possibly the worst concoction one can serve with a full Monty.

    They are wrong in so many ways, probably why they've never caught on in the UK.

    McDonalds keep flogging them with their breakfast deals but then they mostly go in the bin.

    I must say Genticles post inspired me to have scrambled eggs today, his talents are truly wasted in the Brexit bile thread and belong firmly in the kitchen.
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    If you really need spuds with breakfast, hash n eggs. Otherwise why bother?

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    Quote Originally Posted by nidhogg View Post
    Pretty much a ham omelette - for someone who cannot make omelettes.
    I was being polite, sounds fukking disgusting, only a layabout drunken oil like Sausages would even try it much less eat it!

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    Bacon, mushrooms, beans, tomatoes, and eggs are the core to a Full English, to be eaten with toast and a cup of tea. The rest are nice extras but are not necessities for me.

    I'll cut up leftover new potatoes from the night before and and to the breakfast fry-up.
    Baked beans have to be cooked long enough to be mushy rather than have the juice seen in the OP's photo.
    Eggs can be scrambled or poached for a change to fried.
    Sausages have to be thick rather than chipolatas and I prefer Lincolnshire with a dab of Colman's.
    Black pudding is a nice change but I can live without it.

    I haven't eaten fried bread for over 30 years.

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    " i would green you for that Troy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Switch View Post
    none of that American crap hash browns
    I think Hash browns are a wonderful seppo addition to the fry-up line-up.

    Quote Originally Posted by aging one View Post
    you need some home fries for perfection
    I cannot get my head around chips on a breakfast plate but hash browns are perfect. They soak up more hot oil to make the eggs extra greasy on the plate.

    Quote Originally Posted by RhinoTusk View Post
    Fried bread? No way
    Hash browns make a much better carbs side than toast or fried bread for the eggs to sit on. Potato scones are even better and carbier and doughy with their flour and butter mixed in.

    I am not really down with these beans in a bowl. The heinz beans should be drizzled over the snags imho. The bowl business is frankly a tad gay and worrying.

    Quote Originally Posted by Mendip View Post
    As for brown sauce, some years ago I changed from HP to Daddies sauce and have never looked back. It's sharper and spicier than HP and way better imho...
    This is precisely why Rosella edges it over Heinz in the tomato sauce stakes for me. I will try and track down some Daddies as I love HP but I am not sure we have it down under.

    Quote Originally Posted by Troy View Post
    a cup of tea
    Absolutely essential with a fry-up no-matter what time of day or night it is eaten.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Looper View Post
    The bowl business is frankly a tad gay and worrying.
    Fully agree on that one...

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    I was doing a Full English and scorched up some fried bread - 'er indoors (Thai) was totally amazed - "I never see before" !

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    Hasbrowns are shit and the oval deep fried crap that McDonald's sells goes right in the bin. I mean what the hell are those things anyway? Now dicing up some potatoes and cooking them with some onions to a golden brown with a light salt and pepper dash is outstanding. Goes perfect with a nice omelette and bacon or ham steak. Toss back a nice glass of fresh squeezed OJ and you are good to go.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bsnub View Post
    That is why you are in the Stone Age. Americans have been tossing beans out the window for over 100 years. Total shit poverty food. A good plate of hash browns or fried potatoes will destroy those cold shit canned beans any day.

    Whenever I eat breakfast at a Diner, I always order the same thing. Corned beef Hash and Home fries, (both fried crispy) two eggs over easy, and a bottle of tabasco sauce please.
    when making my own, Those new potatoes they sell in a can make excellent home fries , sliced, and fried in olive oil, with chopped onions ,a touch of oregano, salt and pepper. Hormel corned beef hash , I tried making my own but it was not the same.
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    Well I've been having an American Breakfast almost every day in this ASQ, and if I never see another one in my life that's fine by me.

    It's shite.

    Let's see how this compares to my Full English when I get released on Saturday.


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    That is not in anyway an American breakfast mate. That is crap served to you cold.

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    It says American Breakfast on the menu!

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    8 french fries one day. Big day the next time with 10. Don't believe a thing they tell you. Cold as well.

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    Tbf that looks better than an American breakfast

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    pretty well smashed are ya joey?

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    The thing that people seem to have a hard time understanding here is that there is no set "American" breakfast. It could be vastly different by region. In NYC, you mention breakfast and someone might hand you a bagel with cream cheese and lox. Down south, it could be grits or biscuits and gravy. In Texas or New Mexico it could be huevos rancheros. I grew up eating omelets with smoked salmon for breakfast.

    The fact is that English breakfast has to contain specific items to earn its name. There is no counterpart in America.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Troy View Post
    Bacon, mushrooms, beans, tomatoes, and eggs are the core to a Full English, to be eaten with toast and a cup of tea. The rest are nice extras but are not necessities for me.

    I'll cut up leftover new potatoes from the night before and and to the breakfast fry-up.
    Baked beans have to be cooked long enough to be mushy rather than have the juice seen in the OP's photo.
    Eggs can be scrambled or poached for a change to fried.
    Sausages have to be thick rather than chipolatas and I prefer Lincolnshire with a dab of Colman's.
    Black pudding is a nice change but I can live without it.

    I haven't eaten fried bread for over 30 years.

    That sounds spot on to me. TD won't allow me to green you at the moment.

    I don't enjoy the modern style of hash browns but leftover potatoes are fine. If there is mash then a small patty of fried mash is good, as bubble and squeak even better.

    As someone else mentioned, fried bread needs beef dripping to work, also the right kind of bread. When it is done well I like the texture. I have tried it here with bacon fat and in other ways, none of which has been very successful.

    I still see people taking a swipe at English cuisine. What they are missing is that the Full English, along with a roast dinner and various other English dishes, gives the consumer a wide range of taste and texture options all on the same plate and the ability to vary the ratios of each, to personal preference. Two people can sit and eat their way through the Full English and enjoy it differently. To me this is where English cooking stands out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by aging one View Post
    That is not in anyway an American breakfast mate. That is crap served to you cold.
    No Shit AO.

    Mendy, that is not a "American" breakfast no matter what the hell the menu says. I mean come on, they are Thai, how would they know. That is what they feed homeless people at the shelters.

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