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Whats on your full English?

  • Smoked Bacon

    Votes: 86 64.7%
  • Unsmoked Bacon

    Votes: 45 33.8%
  • Pork Sausages

    Votes: 125 94.0%
  • Other Sausages

    Votes: 9 6.8%
  • Fried Egg

    Votes: 86 64.7%
  • Poached Egg

    Votes: 23 17.3%
  • Boiled Egg

    Votes: 3 2.3%
  • Scrambled Egg

    Votes: 26 19.5%
  • Kidneys

    Votes: 7 5.3%
  • Liver

    Votes: 4 3.0%
  • Chips

    Votes: 10 7.5%
  • Hash Brown

    Votes: 82 61.7%
  • Potato Waffles

    Votes: 4 3.0%
  • Mashed Potato

    Votes: 4 3.0%
  • Plum Tomatoes

    Votes: 15 11.3%
  • Chopped Tomatoes

    Votes: 5 3.8%
  • Grilled Tomato

    Votes: 74 55.6%
  • Baked Beans

    Votes: 96 72.2%
  • Mushrooms

    Votes: 109 82.0%
  • Black Pudding

    Votes: 70 52.6%
  • White Pudding

    Votes: 8 6.0%
  • Toasted Bread

    Votes: 96 72.2%
  • Bagel

    Votes: 1 0.8%
  • Bread and Butter

    Votes: 18 13.5%
  • Tea

    Votes: 71 53.4%
  • Coffee

    Votes: 47 35.3%
  • Fruit Juice

    Votes: 66 49.6%
  • Fried Bread

    Votes: 52 39.1%

  • Total voters
    133


crodonilson

Bisexual - He/Him
Jan 17, 2005
12,935
Lyme Regis
Baked beans go on toast and with nothing else. Sausages are only permissible if they come in the same tin as the beans.

Have you tried this?? It's an absolute showstopper, and ready in 2 minutes.

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Normal Rob

Members
Jul 8, 2003
5,385
Somerset
I would consume any of those items, except liver, on any given day as part of a breakfast. For poll purposes i've just put a standard list.
 


maltaseagull

Members
Feb 25, 2009
11,761
Zabbar- Malta
October 2019:
Smoked bacon, Pork Sausages, Scrambled eggs (or maybe poached) baked beans, toast.
If in an hotel, add mushrooms and black pudding.

Now:
Toast, scrambled or poached and baked beans.
Not eating meat any more.
 

zefarelly

Members
Jul 7, 2003
19,553
Sussex, by the sea
Probably been answered before, but exactly when did a fried/cooked breakfast become designated a Full English?
???

I looked it up and there are some very vague web pages . . . . many refer to cooked breakfasts from 16-1700's if you could afford it) but any description of actual ingredients seem to be missing . . . . 1950's, post war seems to be a common dat

poached eggs on toastr is as old as anything though..

fried bread for me is a butered slice fried, so technically no worse than buttered toast . . . . still a few times a year treat though

mash, fried, with a tiny bit of butter, let it crisp and brown a bit. bloody delicious alternative to bread and a more common leftover than bubble n squeak ingredients at 'Cafe Zef' on a Sunday morning after a run/stagger
 

zefarelly

Members
Jul 7, 2003
19,553
Sussex, by the sea
October 2019:
Smoked bacon, Pork Sausages, Scrambled eggs (or maybe poached) baked beans, toast.
If in an hotel, add mushrooms and black pudding.

Now:
Toast, scrambled or poached and baked beans.
Not eating meat any more.

I'm not veggie, but have had a few cooked breakfasts in recent months which comprised

poached eggs / cheese omlette
garlic mushrooms
fried mash
tinned toms
 


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