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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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19 hours ago, Belarus said:

Overindulged a bit last night watching the unmentionable. Only 5 pints, but enough to put a dent in me this morning. 
 

Luckily I’m working from home today, so I ordered myself a breakfast. Was a good effort seeing as it had spent time cooling down in transit.

 

£8 - 2 of each. They forgot the mushies unfortunately, but aside from that, can’t find much fault. 6.5/10

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Acceptable after 5 pints. How do people get toast so wrong?

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1 minute ago, DalyanPete said:

Acceptable after 5 pints. How do people get toast so wrong?

 

That looks more like fried bread.

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9 minutes ago, DalyanPete said:

Acceptable after 5 pints. How do people get toast so wrong?

To be fair, it's a work of art compared to the Brucella-ridden bacon.

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Inset day for the youngest so we’ve had a short walk and then visited the dog friendly cafe at Cannon Hall. It can be found between Wakefield and Barnsley, despite this it’s a nice place for a visit. 
 

Just a coffee for me but the lad had a seven piece farmers breakfast. Most of the ingredients were from the farm that exists on the estate.

 

£5.95.

 

He gave it a solid 8/10.

 

 

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47 minutes ago, YorkshireRed said:

Inset day for the youngest so we’ve had a short walk and then visited the dog friendly cafe at Cannon Hall. It can be found between Wakefield and Barnsley, despite this it’s a nice place for a visit. 
 

Just a coffee for me but the lad had a seven piece farmers breakfast. Most of the ingredients were from the farm that exists on the estate.

 

£5.95.

 

He gave it a solid 8/10.

 

 

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Cannon Hall is a great afternoon out - do they still do ferret and sheep racing?

 

The quality of that brekkie looks decent enough, just very sparsely populated.

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26 minutes ago, Mike D said:

Bernies too. Maghull next to the railway station. £6.50. Highly recommended.EE594E54-A5AB-4038-BDF2-29809E77E355.jpeg

 

 

Cunt tomato.

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We had our first outing with baby_b this morning, no better way to initiate her than a walk to the local park and cafe. I've posted a brekkie from here before but it's a really solid, excellent value offering. Good quality ingredients, well cooked, £8.50 with a cup of tea.

 

8.5/10.

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23 hours ago, Belarus said:

Overindulged a bit last night watching the unmentionable. Only 5 pints, but enough to put a dent in me this morning. 
 

Luckily I’m working from home today, so I ordered myself a breakfast. Was a good effort seeing as it had spent time cooling down in transit.

 

£8 - 2 of each. They forgot the mushies unfortunately, but aside from that, can’t find much fault. 6.5/10

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The Madeira cake is an interesting addition.

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13 minutes ago, Karl_b said:

Cannon Hall is a great afternoon out - do they still do ferret and sheep racing?

 

The quality of that brekkie looks decent enough, just very sparsely populated.

They do on School holidays. It’s great for kids is all that (and me).

 

There was a bigger option for an additional £2 but I talked him down. 

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38 minutes ago, Mike D said:

Bernies too. Maghull next to the railway station. £6.50. Highly recommended.EE594E54-A5AB-4038-BDF2-29809E77E355.jpeg

 

 

Toast, egg, sausages, mushrooms, hash brown, black pudding all look amazing. 

I'm a fan of a tomato on a brekkie but one or the other not two packs of cunts. Especially lairy ones. 

Bonus points for no beans.

Is that a packet of regal? I can see why you'd smoke them considering the state of that fucking bacon. 

6/10 

10 minutes ago, Karl_b said:

We had our first outing with baby_b this morning, no better way to initiate her than a walk to the local park and cafe. I've posted a brekkie from here before but it's a really solid, excellent value offering. Good quality ingredients, well cooked, £8.50 with a cup of tea.

 

8.5/10.

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The toast situation is a whole other thread. Nice of the chef to lay a couple of fresh turds on the plate. Is that batman? 

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1 hour ago, YorkshireRed said:

Inset day for the youngest so we’ve had a short walk and then visited the dog friendly cafe at Cannon Hall. It can be found between Wakefield and Barnsley, despite this it’s a nice place for a visit. 
 

Just a coffee for me but the lad had a seven piece farmers breakfast. Most of the ingredients were from the farm that exists on the estate.

 

£5.95.

 

He gave it a solid 8/10.

 

 

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My kind of breakfast, looks lovely.

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