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What constitutes the perfect cooked breakfast?

Beans with a full English?  

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  1. 1. Beans with a full English?

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7 minutes ago, General Dryness said:

English breakfast pot? Is that like english breakfast tea in a joint?

It was a paper pot, slightly bigger than a thimble, containing a poached egg, chopped up sausage and bacon and beans. 

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18 minutes ago, Rico1304 said:

I had a full English breakfast pot from Leon today.  It was fucking atrocious. 

Just be glad he didn't shoot you. 

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8 minutes ago, Rico1304 said:

It was a paper pot, slightly bigger than a thimble, containing a poached egg, chopped up sausage and bacon and beans. 

Fucking Tories.

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Well, this is what Beefeater serves up for breakfast.

 

i chose what’s on the plate, so can’t argue with portion sizes.

 

1 sausage. Looks shit. 

2 bacon. The undercooked bacon issue is out to bed here.

2 eggs, absolutely swimming in oil.

half a raw tomato.

shrooms and black pudding look ok.

frozen hash brown.

opted not for beans, not sure why.

 

 

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4 minutes ago, Bob Spunkmouse said:

Well, this is what Beefeater serves up for breakfast.

 

i chose what’s on the plate, so can’t argue with portion sizes.

 

1 sausage. Looks shit. 

2 bacon. The undercooked bacon issue is out to bed here.

2 eggs, absolutely swimming in oil.

half a raw tomato.

shrooms and black pudding look ok.

frozen hash brown.

opted not for beans, not sure why.

 

 

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Sausage was actually really nice. Very meaty.

 

all of it tasted good, eggs were runny (not just the oil).

 

£9.50 but I had it as part of meal deal last night (chicken wings followed by gammon and chips).

 

but it was served in a bowl, presumably to stop it sliding around on all the oil.

 

not bad.

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Lacking in quantity but apart from the sausages looking a bit weird and the tomato coming off the salad bar, i’d eat that. 

 

Hungover by any chance Bob?

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I've come to the stark realisation that bacon is no longer my favourite part of a fry up.

Nothing beats a perfectly fried egg and moist black pudding combination

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13 minutes ago, mattyq said:

I've come to the stark realisation that bacon is no longer my favourite part of a fry up.

 

Odd thread to choose to come out in mate 

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1 hour ago, Bjornebye said:

Lacking in quantity but apart from the sausages looking a bit weird and the tomato coming off the salad bar, 

 

That and Lifey doing the bacon with a blow torch and the hash brown having skin cancer.

 

As for the sausage, the waiter has clearly eaten some of it.

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14 minutes ago, Jairzinho said:

That and Lifey doing the bacon with a blow torch and the hash brown having skin cancer.

 

As for the sausage, the waiter has clearly eaten some of it.

Change that avatar you horror 

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1 hour ago, Bjornebye said:

Lacking in quantity but apart from the sausages looking a bit weird and the tomato coming off the salad bar, i’d eat that. 

 

Hungover by any chance Bob?

I had an important client meeting, and I often find after a big brekkie the need for a shit can come on quite quickly, so I thought smaller portion size would be best.

 

it worked. I didn’t need a shit until mid afternoon.

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7 hours ago, Bob Spunkmouse said:

Well, this is what Beefeater serves up for breakfast.

 

i chose what’s on the plate, so can’t argue with portion sizes.

 

1 sausage. Looks shit. 

2 bacon. The undercooked bacon issue is out to bed here.

2 eggs, absolutely swimming in oil.

half a raw tomato.

shrooms and black pudding look ok.

frozen hash brown.

opted not for beans, not sure why.

 

 

1529B108-CA50-463E-9243-C7B56B137830.jpeg

Nice touch by the chef to jizz over your black pud

 

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295 pages in and the best I’ve seen so far is Anny Road’s.

 

Any other memorable breakfasts stood out for the right reasons?

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23 hours ago, Captain Turdseye said:

Bit of mayonnaise on the black pudding there. That’s a new one. 

That’s not mayonnaise. He’s not called Spunkmouse for nothing....

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