Full English Breakfast — chillijoncarnecooks

There are some dishes that are synonymously associated with british culture and cuisine, the roast dinner, Yorkshire puddings, fish and chips, sausage and mash. And of course the full english breakfast. No other country can replicate the english breakfast, the sausages and bacon just aren’t the same. It’s not a hard thing to cook, its […]

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    1. Thanks, Michelle! More “movin'” required with this full breakfast 🙂

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  1. Osyth says:

    The first thing I do whenever I arrive in England is have a full breakfast. There is nothing to beat it. Though it does necessitate a brisk walk (or better still a run), as soon as one is able, to shake down all those calories

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    1. A dream of mine is to travel to England! I will heed your advice and do the very same. When I traveled to Italy the Italian food tasted that much better. Is this the case in England with full breakfasts, Osyth? xoxo

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      1. Osyth says:

        Oh yes, certainly. The sausages and the bacon are different in England. And then there’s the fried bread …. now that is the work of the devil with an eye on your hips! xx


  2. I do love a full English but it’s not the same eating it in France without proper sausages. Hash browns are not in my memory though. When I grew up we used leftover sliced roast potatoes which we fried up.

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    1. Agreed! A good British friend of mine said his family always served Bubble & Squeak with their Full English Breakfasts. Potatoes make everything better 🙂

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