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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?

    • Aye, bean me up, Scotty.
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    • Nay, poke your beans up your bum, one at a time.
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@YorkshireRed suggested I put this on the breakfast thread for "proper review".  I happened upon it watching the Euro coverage.  

 

It's a breakfast in Glasgow, apparently.  And it's actually a TV reporter that's sitting down to it, so I suspect it's staged for the telly and you'd never actually get it anywhere near that big in real life there... unless you paid 20-quid perhaps.

 

But on face value, what I'm seeing with my own eyes here, I'd give it a 9.5... with the vibrancy and volume especially pushing it up near perfection for me.  Plus, the attention to detail and TLW persnicketiness, ie. beans on the side etc...

 

Thoughts?

 

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Just now, s(k)aturation said:

@YorkshireRed suggested I put this on the breakfast thread for "proper assessment".  I happened upon it watching the Euro coverage.  

 

It's a breakfast in Glasgow, apparently.  And it's actually a TV reporter that's sitting down to it, so I suspect it's staged for the telly and you'd never actually get it that big in real life there.

 

But on face value, what I'm seeing with my own eyes here, I'd give it a 9.5... with the vibrancy and volume especially pushing it up near perfection for me.  Plus, the attention to detail and TLW persnicketiness, ie. beans on the side etc...

 

Thoughts?

 

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I’d need to see more of the reporter but I suspect she’s at least verging on hot so I’m immediately on board.

 

Hopefully the place does doggy bags as there’s no way I’m eating all that in one go.

 

Looks good though, only whatever that is between the black pudding and fried bread an obvious cause for concern. Well that and the blinking awful replica strip she’s wearing.

 

Imagine if there was a video of her pouring those beans over the breakfast. Baked bean porn at its finest that would be.

 

7.5/10

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There's too much food for a female specimen of that size.  She will put away about 20% of it, I would manage about 30 or 40% and certainly no more.  

 

It's hard to tell because of the low vantage point, but the eggs look very well done, as does the fried bread and from what I can tell the meat appears satisfactory. 

 

Obviously the beans are a waste of time. 

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7 minutes ago, YorkshireRed said:

I’d need to see more of the reporter but I suspect she’s at least verging on hot so I’m immediately on board.

 

Hopefully the place does doggy bags as there’s no way I’m eating all that in one go.

 

Looks good though, only whatever that is between the black pudding and fried bread an obvious cause for concern. Well that and the blinking awful replica strip she’s wearing.

 

Imagine if there was a video of her pouring those beans over the breakfast. Baked bean porn at its finest that would be.

 

7.5/10

 

Nah she isn't.

 

I think she's one of those English bird football interviewers/comperes (maybe Scottish actually, makes more sense)... they said her name but I didn't think it was relevant to the breakfast, so I forgot it quickly.

 

I would say that substance between the pudding and bread is rather thinly/flatly scrambled egg perhaps - part of an egg ensemble it seems... so, on reflection I'll take a whole point off for that.

 

Reassessed, 8.5

 

 

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I imagine if Sgt Slaughter was on death row, thats what he would order as his last meal so he could die before they electrocuted him. 

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15 minutes ago, Bjornebye said:

I imagine if Sgt Slaughter was on death row, thats what he would order as his last meal so he could die before they electrocuted him. 

 

Served to him by The Sheik?

 

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1 hour ago, s(k)aturation said:

It's a breakfast in Glasgow, apparently.  And it's actually a TV reporter that's sitting down to it, so I suspect it's staged for the telly and you'd never actually get it anywhere near that big in real life there... unless you paid 20-quid perhaps.

 

But on face value, what I'm seeing with my own eyes here, I'd give it a 9.5... with the vibrancy and volume especially pushing it up near perfection for me.  Plus, the attention to detail and TLW persnicketiness, ie. beans on the side etc...

 

Thoughts?

 

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Ardja would pay that for the toast 

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2 minutes ago, Bernard Diomede said:

Forgot where I lived last night and walked home to my mam’s bladdered. Just had this beauty to cure my hangover. Not a bean in sight. 10/10 

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Out of curiosity mate, where does your mum live? 

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3 minutes ago, Bernard Diomede said:

Hahaha Birkenhead mate you’d need inoculating 

Haha fuck that. Brekkie looks fit though. 

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Had a drive out this morning to Muddy Boots cafe next to Harewood House for breakkie.

 

bloody good effort. Best black pudding I’ve had in a very long time.

 

half a point off cause the egg was over cooked, though a little bit of runny yolk survived right in the middle.

 

half a point off cause the sausage wasn’t as tasty as it looked, even though it was a good quality, high meat content type. Just lacked a bit of seasoning.

 

another half a point off cause the butter was in packets under the toast and so had fallen into the beans.

 

overall, very strong effort worthy of 7.5/10 and may well go again. Little bit pricey though. £8 for breakfast, extra 2:50 for cappuccino.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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