The Full English Breakfast

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What constitutes the perfect FEB?

Bacon
22
14%
Fried Egg(s)
18
11%
Scrambled Egg(s)
4
3%
Egg (other)
1
1%
Sausages
19
12%
Tinned Tomatoes
3
2%
Baked Beans
12
8%
Tomatoes (other)
9
6%
Mushrooms
16
10%
Fried Bread
15
9%
Bread and Butter
3
2%
Toast
14
9%
Brown Sauce
10
6%
Tomato Sauce
3
2%
Other (please name)
9
6%
 
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Re: The Full English Breakfast

Postby Rayge » 04 Aug 2018, 18:44

Everything but only one version of egg (scrambled, fried, poached), both forms of tomato (fresh, grilled with a little cheese on top, tinned, heated and served on toast) but no tomato sauce, and as an other, black pudding. and toast and fried bread only. That was then. Now, as a born-again vegetarian, Quorn sausages instead of pork, no bacon or black pudding. Still plenty to be getting on with...
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Re: The Full English Breakfast

Postby LeBaron » 04 Aug 2018, 19:23

The Modernist wrote:bacon, sausages, fried egg, toast, mushrooms, fried tomatoes ( never tinned..oh no) and black pudding for me please Nev.
With brown sauce natch.


This for me too. Except fried bread.

I'm not interested in the beans, myself. And ketchup has no place at breakfast ever under any circumstance.
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Re: The Full English Breakfast

Postby Pansy Puff » 04 Aug 2018, 19:29

I've not had a fried breakfast for years. Some of the bits are nice individually, but all on one plate? Fuck off.
Why anyone eats bacon is beyond me. Utterly repulsive. Eat this crap regularly and you'll be shitting out your colon soon.

Porridge for me, please.
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Re: The Full English Breakfast

Postby CAN » 04 Aug 2018, 19:45

the gorton gollum wrote:What, in your opinion, constitutes the perfect Full English Breakfast?

For me it’s bacon (two or three rashers), one fried egg, a slice of fried bread and HP.

For a special treat add a sausage or two, additional fried bread and either baked beans or tinned tomatoes (easy on the juice, the plate/bread gets swamped).

Potatoes, in whatever form, have no place surely?


Not arsed about the HP - that stuff just flattens the flavour of everything else. But otherwise - yep, spot on. And yeah, around midday. With huge MUG O TEA
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Re: The Full English Breakfast

Postby The Modernist » 04 Aug 2018, 20:07

Pansy Puff wrote:I
Why anyone eats bacon is beyond me.


Might it be cos it tastes great?

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Re: The Full English Breakfast

Postby Darkness_Fish » 04 Aug 2018, 20:21

No beans, thanks, and no tomatoes of any form. This is a fry-up, not a fucking salad. Has to have black pudding, fried bread, fried egg, more sausage than bacon, and I don't mind a hash-brown or two, if you can stretch to it.

No sauce - I only like sauces which are prepared as an essential part of the meal, cold sauce on hot food doesn't work for me.
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Re: The Full English Breakfast

Postby toomanyhatz » 04 Aug 2018, 20:22

Egg, baked beans, and mushrooms are the necessities for me, then a prefer maybe a baguette and some kind of fake meat (facon, soysage, sham, etc.)

Cheese is good for me too though I know that's not generally a breakfast thing.

I have to vegetise it (easy enough to do from my limited experience), but I did enjoy the Full English several times when I was over last (9 years ago already!)
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Re: The Full English Breakfast

Postby Pansy Puff » 04 Aug 2018, 21:21

The Modernist wrote:
Pansy Puff wrote:I
Why anyone eats bacon is beyond me.


Might it be cos it tastes great?

Not to me it doesn't. Thin, gristly bit of pig usually fried of grilled to hell and back. And don't get me started on bacon rind.
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Re: The Full English Breakfast

Postby Toby » 04 Aug 2018, 21:30

Pansy Puff wrote:
The Modernist wrote:
Pansy Puff wrote:I
Why anyone eats bacon is beyond me.


Might it be cos it tastes great?

Not to me it doesn't. Thin, gristly bit of pig usually fried of grilled to hell and back. And don't get me started on bacon rind.


You wot

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Re: The Full English Breakfast

Postby Pansy Puff » 04 Aug 2018, 21:35

Toby wrote:
Pansy Puff wrote:
The Modernist wrote:
Might it be cos it tastes great?

Not to me it doesn't. Thin, gristly bit of pig usually fried of grilled to hell and back. And don't get me started on bacon rind.


You wot

I've never liked bacon. And even though they're often thought of as lips and hooves, I much prefer sausages.
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Re: The Full English Breakfast

Postby Hugh » 04 Aug 2018, 22:53

Rayge wrote: no...black pudding.



The three saddest words ever written.

Anyway, fuck your English breakfast. Black pudding, haggis, link sausage, lorne sausage, beans, mushrooms, HP sauce and a pint mug of tea - no milk, no sugar.

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Re: The Full English Breakfast

Postby Samoan » 04 Aug 2018, 23:12

Kedgeree and lashings of tea.
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Re: The Full English Breakfast

Postby Belle Lettre » 04 Aug 2018, 23:17

Hugh wrote:
Rayge wrote: no...black pudding.



The three saddest words ever written.

Anyway, fuck your English breakfast. Black pudding, haggis, link sausage, lorne sausage, beans, mushrooms, HP sauce and a pint mug of tea - no milk, no sugar.

This but ketchup
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Re: The Full English Breakfast

Postby Polishgirl » 04 Aug 2018, 23:20

It is scrambled eggs ( not too creamy ), LOTS of mushrooms, tinned or grilled tomatoes, baked beans, toast (white), ketchup and OH MY GOD HASH BROWNS. Possibly a veg sausage, if you're really pushing the boat out. Mug of tea - milky, medium strength.
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Re: The Full English Breakfast

Postby Polishgirl » 04 Aug 2018, 23:21

( and then back to bed )
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Re: The Full English Breakfast

Postby Polishgirl » 04 Aug 2018, 23:24

A nice bowl of Frosties as an appetiser.

I'm hungry now, you fuckers.
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Re: The Full English Breakfast

Postby The Modernist » 04 Aug 2018, 23:31

I don't really get the hash brown thing, it's another of these modern fad things I disapprove of. Potatoes are too stodgy for breakfast and surely hash is to be smoked?

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Re: The Full English Breakfast

Postby Polishgirl » 05 Aug 2018, 00:18

The Modernist wrote:Potatoes are too stodgy for breakfast


I don't understand this statement. I guarantee I can eat hash browns any time; day or night.
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Re: The Full English Breakfast

Postby Hugh » 05 Aug 2018, 00:21

Belle Lettre wrote:
Hugh wrote:
Rayge wrote: no...black pudding.



The three saddest words ever written.

Anyway, fuck your English breakfast. Black pudding, haggis, link sausage, lorne sausage, beans, mushrooms, HP sauce and a pint mug of tea - no milk, no sugar.

This but ketchup


You're wrong about the ketchup but I'll see you in the caff around 10.00.

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Re: The Full English Breakfast

Postby Copehead » 05 Aug 2018, 00:48

The lack of Black pudding, hash browns and kidneys on that list is worrying
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