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What constitutes the perfect cooked breakfast?


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Beans with a full English?  

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  1. 1. Beans with a full English?

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    • Nay, poke your beans up your bum, one at a time.
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Stopped at Otterburn Mill on our drive back home from a weekend in a fancy shepherds hut in a field in the middle of nowhere in Northumberland my missus bought me for xmas.

 

Absolutely tremendous fayre. Really, very good indeed.

 

Hard to find fault other than the insistence that perfectly cooked mushrooms belong on a veggie breakfast but not a full English, though once again I was donated a couple.

 

Tomato was nice but firmer than you'd want in an ideal world.

 

Everything else: fabulous.

 

Somewhat pricey at £28 for two breakfasts, 2 coffees and a (huge) cheese scone to take away.

 

9.5/10

 

 

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1 hour ago, TheHowieLama said:

Decent -- far too many free range beans there.

Yellow bread is not toast.

Is that a whole tomato?

Just the right amount of beans in fact. There was loads of everything and I ran out of beans just as I was finishing my breakkie. They got it spot on.

 

And yes, whole tomato. The one weakness but pleasant nonetheless.

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Hampson’s Garden Centre. Treated the wife to a small breakfast. 
 

£7.99 

 

The wife gave it 7/10.

 

I questioned how well cooked the sausage and hash brown were, but she considered them “acceptable”.

 

As you can see she left the beans.

 

I shall commence divorce proceedings imminently. 

 

 

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26 minutes ago, YorkshireRed said:

Hampson’s Garden Centre. Treated the wife to a small breakfast. 
 

£7.99 

 

The wife gave it 7/10.

 

I questioned how well cooked the sausage and hash brown were, but she considered them “acceptable”.

 

As you can see she left the beans.

 

I shall commence divorce proceedings imminently. 

 

 

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Good on her. I hope she takes you for everything. 
 

What did you have? 

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2 hours ago, YorkshireRed said:

Hampson’s Garden Centre. Treated the wife to a small breakfast. 
 

£7.99 

 

The wife gave it 7/10.

 

I questioned how well cooked the sausage and hash brown were, but she considered them “acceptable”.

 

As you can see she left the beans.

 

I shall commence divorce proceedings imminently. 

 

 

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Your missus has good taste.

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2 hours ago, YorkshireRed said:

Hampson’s Garden Centre. Treated the wife to a small breakfast. 
 

£7.99 

 

The wife gave it 7/10.

 

I questioned how well cooked the sausage and hash brown were, but she considered them “acceptable”.

 

As you can see she left the beans.

 

I shall commence divorce proceedings imminently. 

 

 

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2 hours ago, Bjornebye said:


Good on her. I hope she takes you for everything. 
 

What did you have? 

 

1 hour ago, YorkshireRed said:


A coffee. 


Something sinister about buying someone a full English and then sitting watching them eat it with a coffee. You seedy bastard

 

 

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19 minutes ago, Curly said:

 

 


Something sinister about buying someone a full English and then sitting watching them eat it with a coffee. You seedy bastard

 

 

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"Now let some bean juice dribble down your chin" 

 

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2 hours ago, Bjornebye said:

 

"Now let some bean juice dribble down your chin" 

 

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“You can’t bring hammers into the restaurant area, sir”

”Look, don’t ruin this for me, ok?”

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5 hours ago, YorkshireRed said:

Hampson’s Garden Centre. Treated the wife to a small breakfast. 
 

£7.99 

 

The wife gave it 7/10.

 

I questioned how well cooked the sausage and hash brown were, but she considered them “acceptable”.

 

As you can see she left the beans.

 

I shall commence divorce proceedings imminently. 

 

 

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Hampson's Garden Centre can throw shite at the moon.

 

One sausage bastards.

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5 hours ago, YorkshireRed said:

Hampson’s Garden Centre. Treated the wife to a small breakfast. 
 

£7.99 

 

The wife gave it 7/10.

 

I questioned how well cooked the sausage and hash brown were, but she considered them “acceptable”.

 

As you can see she left the beans.

 

I shall commence divorce proceedings imminently. 

 

 

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Well I guess that's one way of asking for a divorce.

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30 minutes ago, Mook said:

 

Hampson's Garden Centre can throw shite at the moon.

 

One sausage bastards.


Small breakfast. The regular version provided two additional sausages, one additional rasher, and an extra slice of toast for £2 more.

 

The wife can’t handle ‘regular sized’ though. She’s not used to them. 

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1 hour ago, YorkshireRed said:


Small breakfast. The regular version provided two additional sausages, one additional rasher, and an extra slice of toast for £2 more.

 

The wife can’t handle ‘regular sized’ though. She’s not used to them. 

 

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Bacon, black pud, fried bread, two Braughing bangers , egg and mushrooms. As is obvious to the connoisseurs on here NO BEANS!!! I had to take the pic on the sofa or one of the moggs would have made a start on it.

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1 minute ago, tokyojoe said:

Bacon, black pud, fried bread, two Braughing bangers , egg and mushrooms. As is obvious to the connoisseurs on here NO BEANS!!!

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Dave, do NOT eat that bacon. I know you’ve survived two world wars, the plague and the crusades but that’s a step too far 

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