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    The Great British Breakfast Fry Up

    All thoughts and advice welcome on this important topic which I felt deserved a thread all of its own.

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    Re: The Great British Breakfast Fry Up

    My thought is how can you be so cruel to start a whole thread on this topic? Only a few hours ago on this venerable website I mentioned that I had ceased to partake in this particular culinary delight due to cholesterol levels which are comparable to a standard Aussie test score v England.... and now you remind me of what I'm missing??!! This is a case for the combined brains of our beloved Board of Moderators.

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    Re: The Great British Breakfast Fry Up

    Although I usually plump for poached eggs on mine I have been known to have scrambled as well. I live on the edge me.

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    Re: The Great British Breakfast Fry Up

    Eggs , beans , sausages , button mushrooms , fried tomatoes , prefer turkey rasher's than bacon , 2 fried bread slices mmmmmm

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    Re: The Great British Breakfast Fry Up

    Sausages (plural, very important this little "s")
    Bacon
    Black pud
    Beans
    Mushrooms
    Fresh tomato (grilled)
    Egg
    Fried slice

    When the latter is included my egg is fried (slightly runny) to stick on one half of the slice, the other will have beans on it. If no fried slice on offer, then eggs scrambled.

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    Re: The Great British Breakfast Fry Up

    Quote Originally Posted by ramone View Post
    Eggs , beans , sausages , button mushrooms , fried tomatoes , prefer turkey rasher's than bacon , 2 fried bread slices mmmmmm
    Turkey rahers?! Huh??!!

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    Re: The Great British Breakfast Fry Up

    Quote Originally Posted by IndoMike View Post
    Turkey rahers?! Huh??!!
    Sometimes see them used as a bacon substitute in halal branches of popular fast food chains.

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    Re: The Great British Breakfast Fry Up

    Quote Originally Posted by Jason H View Post
    Sausages (plural, very important this little "s")
    Bacon
    Black pud
    Beans
    Mushrooms
    Fresh tomato (grilled)
    Egg
    Fried slice

    When the latter is included my egg is fried (slightly runny) to stick on one half of the slice, the other will have beans on it. If no fried slice on offer, then eggs scrambled.
    Hmm. Sounds good. I concur, but just a few beans, bacon, beef sausages, black pudding, tomatoes and mushroons (grilled, cough2), yesterday's boiled potatoes fried up, fried eggs cooked to perfection, and fried bread

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    Re: The Great British Breakfast Fry Up

    Quote Originally Posted by Jason H View Post
    Sometimes see them used as a bacon substitute in halal branches of popular fast food chains.
    Do they have beef bacon in the UK Ali as a halal substitute? By the way, when i was in the UK last year it was really difficult to buy beef sausages : something to do with limited supply of skins (if you get my drift).

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    Re: The Great British Breakfast Fry Up

    Quote Originally Posted by IndoMike View Post
    Do they have beef bacon in the UK Ali as a halal substitute? By the way, when i was in the UK last year it was really difficult to buy beef sausages : something to do with limited supply of skins (if you get my drift).
    I haven't heard of beef bacon. Yeah, beef sausages have been in somewhat short supply - and those I've eaten in recent years have been very poor quality.

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