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    Nice HW.

    A warming change to a cold n frosty morning. ...
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    ^That was actually the sort of thing I wanted this morning, but the Missus asked if we could get pancakes so I did the right thing.

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    ^ Ditched the missus and got the fry-up?

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    ^Nah. She likes a fry-up too, well half of one so I get the other half heaped onto my plate which is never a bad thing. My pick for breakfast when we're out together in the morning next and it'll probably be eggs Benedict with salmon .

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chittychangchang View Post
    A warming change to a cold n frosty morning. ...
    Sorry but from an Americans standpoint that looks hideous. Poverty beans slapped over half the plate and preformed frozen processed potatoes. The meat looks ok but not enough of it and only one egg? I guess you fill up on those poverty beans and god no not the dreaded HP shit. A good breakfast should have a bottle of Tabasco close.





    Not my pic but way more appealing...


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    Quote Originally Posted by Luigi View Post
    ^ Ditched the missus and got the fry-up?
    I came down for breakfast this morning and found the missus collapsed on the floor. I thought "oh my god, what should I do", then I remembered there's a Mcdonalds on the corner.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bsnub View Post
    poverty beans
    Snob.
    (agree about the HP sauce though. Horrid stuff.)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cujo View Post
    Snob.
    Why am I a snob? That is what they are in the US where they originated. Heinz beans were poverty food in the US and was the first canned food imported into the UK. They actually were discontinued in the US in 1928 but carried on in the UK and became a staple in the UK for some odd reason.

    Thanks for the red sheriff.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bsnub View Post
    way more appealing...


    That's what I want this morning, but since the wife is already at work I won't be getting it. I suck at making gravy for the biscuits.


    So I guess I'll make a homemade McD's sausage mcmuffin...

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    Quote Originally Posted by bsnub View Post
    Heinz beans were poverty food in the US
    Nothing wrong with poverty beans...just not for breakfast.


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    Quote Originally Posted by SKkin View Post
    That's what I want this morning
    Ya I love some biscuits and gravy. You should have had her make the gravy last night. It reheats well.

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    And Biscuits and Gravy didn't have its roots as a food of the poor?

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    What the heck is biscuits and gravy.

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    ^poverty food

    probably first made by African slaves in the colonies.

    A southern buttermilk biscuit:



    slathered with sausage gravy usually made with leftover pork sausage and drippings.

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    *interested*

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    compare:



    a nicer biscuit:



    +



    = nirvana


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    It's a scone innit

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    ^pretty much...

    When I do get it for breakfast don't need eggs, bacon, toast...or beans.

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    They are pretty nice.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack meoff View Post
    They are pretty nice.
    Yes...as long as I'm not the one making the gravy. It's very filling that's for sure.

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    Gosh, I didn't realize I was impoverished.

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    Yet breakfast is half a gallon of White Spirits.

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    Hey now it's almost noon! Besides I've the day off.

    Actually you're not that far off. I'm cleaning the bathtub while enjoying a sip of Elijah Craig and a Spotted Cow.

    Only in Wisconsin, hey.

    Well I don't feel like a bum anyway.

    Beans beans the magical fruit the more you eat the more you toot the more you toot the better you feel so eat your beans at every meal.

    and ......


    the fish

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    6 km, then lightly toasted English muffin with a poached egg, Aussie steak brushed with olive oil and sprinkled with a pinch of ground salt and pepper, into a scorching hot pan for 10 seconds on one side, 5 seconds on the other.

    Pinch o' parsley.

    Served with a mug o' Tetley's.






    Bogon Tip #9872354

    Place steak on one slice of said muffin, butter the other, then transfer the steak to the buttered one, the result is both slices having tasty steak juice.

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    ^ Did you steam the Steak (like you did the Bacon the other morning)?

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