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(Mirror.co.uk)   Eight sausages, six servings of bacon, four hash browns, four black puddings, four eggs, mushrooms, tomatoes, five rounds of toast and five rounds of fried bread... part of this good breakfast   (mirror.co.uk) divider line 126
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2012-10-05 02:39:57 AM
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In America we have Hungry Man All-Day microwave breakfast!
 
2012-10-05 03:13:18 AM
8.50 pounds? Not a bad price for breakfast for four people.
 
2012-10-05 04:45:07 AM

kingoomieiii: 8.50 pounds? Not a bad price for breakfast for four people.


this. share this with with your whole fam youre good to go.

altho even by sausage standards those are incredible penisy looking.
 
2012-10-05 04:47:47 AM
I see neither bacon nor hash browns. I see ham and fried potato triangles, though.
 
2012-10-05 04:49:36 AM
Holy shiat hat's a breakfast for 4 at my house. o.o
 
2012-10-05 04:49:46 AM
www.bearsgab.com

I'll take 3 orders of that to start...
 
2012-10-05 04:50:25 AM
I'm a big guy, but the most breakfast I can manage is maybe two sausages, some toast, an orange, coffee and milk.
 
2012-10-05 04:52:32 AM
Probably wouldn't be so bad if it were made anywhere else but England.
 
2012-10-05 04:53:21 AM
Never understood the baked beans with breakfast. Between that, the eggs, and the coffee, aren't you setting yourself up for a gastric tornado?
 
2012-10-05 04:54:20 AM
Better eat those puddings before they eat you.
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/10 hit dice of calories right there.
 
2012-10-05 04:56:23 AM
Black pudding. Some sort of blood sausage, right? Is their toast really round? What is the fried bread fried in, butter, lard, or wesson oil? Do they supply salsa for the eggs?

So many calories, so many questions.
 
2012-10-05 04:58:47 AM
Those are some uncircumsized sausages, I tell you what.
 
2012-10-05 05:00:29 AM

stoli n coke: Never understood the baked beans with breakfast. Between that, the eggs, and the coffee, aren't you setting yourself up for a gastric tornado?


Gastric Tornado.

Someone should use that. Band name? Restraunt name? Dish name? Nick name? RPG spell name? Something.
 
2012-10-05 05:02:10 AM
"You don't want nothin' to drink with that?"
"No, ma'am."
"A Coke."
"Be a few minutes..."
 
2012-10-05 05:02:24 AM

Dracolich: stoli n coke: Never understood the baked beans with breakfast. Between that, the eggs, and the coffee, aren't you setting yourself up for a gastric tornado?

Gastric Tornado.

Someone should use that. Band name? Restraunt name? Dish name? Nick name? RPG spell name? Something.


I prefer Rectal Halitosis.
 
2012-10-05 05:02:48 AM
Maybe it's because I have the munchies but that looks like a damned fine breakfast. Polish that off and you won't eat for about four days.

/Yes, I sound fat.
//Still not sure about the beans. What are beans doing at breakfast?
///The farts will be horrendous. Bring it on.
 
2012-10-05 05:03:34 AM

Dracolich: stoli n coke: Never understood the baked beans with breakfast. Between that, the eggs, and the coffee, aren't you setting yourself up for a gastric tornado?

Gastric Tornado.

Someone should use that. Band name? Restraunt name? Dish name? Nick name? RPG spell name? Something.


Baked beans for the break are awesome.

I hate that I can't get them here; gotta bake 'em myself.
 
2012-10-05 05:05:49 AM

Tealeaf: Black pudding. Some sort of blood sausage, right? Is their toast really round? What is the fried bread fried in, butter, lard, or wesson oil? Do they supply salsa for the eggs?

So many calories, so many questions.


In order:

1 - yes
2 - the toast and fried bread *aren't* shown - those golden round things are the hash browns
3 - usually the frying pan used to fry the sausages/bacon/eggs in the leftover bacon/sausage/egg fat
4- hell no. tomato ketchup or brown sauce, which I believe Americans call steak sauce
 
2012-10-05 05:07:33 AM

aagrajag: Dracolich: stoli n coke: Never understood the baked beans with breakfast. Between that, the eggs, and the coffee, aren't you setting yourself up for a gastric tornado?

Gastric Tornado.

Someone should use that. Band name? Restraunt name? Dish name? Nick name? RPG spell name? Something.

Baked beans for the break are awesome.

I hate that I can't get them here; gotta bake 'em myself.


Maybe it's an American thing, but to me, baked beans are more suited for a cookout, not the first meal of the day.
 
2012-10-05 05:08:52 AM

Despair of the Cheese: //Still not sure about the beans. What are beans doing at breakfast?


Is that a serious question?

First of all, having the misfortune of having to eat at the Brit mess in KAF (thank fark we were only there for four days - the next 7 months of rations were an improvement) I can honsetly say whatever they cook turns vile. Don't farking deep fry toast you assholes.

Secondly, there's a little place here in Saskatoon that's probably run by Hell's Angels. Cash only greasy spoon conspicuously close to their clubhouse. A mixed grill plate is 6.50 CAD, and is about the size of a Roomba. It's at least a half package of bacon. Heaping portion of fresh hash browns. Ham cooked that same morning and lightly fried for warm serving, eggs, toast...just a monster meal for 6 bucks. Not many can finish that plate. I can, of course, but I have to be at the gym in 26 minutes to burn off those calories.
 
2012-10-05 05:11:09 AM

Wittenberg Dropout: Better eat those puddings before they eat you.
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/10 hit dice of calories right there.


god i love fark TvT
 
2012-10-05 05:11:54 AM
I see ham on that plate but no delicious bacon!
 
2012-10-05 05:12:04 AM

stoli n coke: aagrajag: Dracolich: stoli n coke: Never understood the baked beans with breakfast. Between that, the eggs, and the coffee, aren't you setting yourself up for a gastric tornado?

Gastric Tornado.

Someone should use that. Band name? Restraunt name? Dish name? Nick name? RPG spell name? Something.

Baked beans for the break are awesome.

I hate that I can't get them here; gotta bake 'em myself.

Maybe it's an American thing, but to me, baked beans are more suited for a cookout, not the first meal of the day.


Yeah?

I'm Canadian, and baked beans are breakfast food as much as grilled cheese is a lunch food.
 
2012-10-05 05:13:33 AM

aagrajag: stoli n coke: aagrajag: Dracolich: stoli n coke: Never understood the baked beans with breakfast. Between that, the eggs, and the coffee, aren't you setting yourself up for a gastric tornado?

Gastric Tornado.

Someone should use that. Band name? Restraunt name? Dish name? Nick name? RPG spell name? Something.

Baked beans for the break are awesome.

I hate that I can't get them here; gotta bake 'em myself.

Maybe it's an American thing, but to me, baked beans are more suited for a cookout, not the first meal of the day.

Yeah?

I'm Canadian, and baked beans are breakfast food as much as grilled cheese is a lunch food.


To thereprove, check any Canadian breakfast place's menu; there will always be baked beans.
 
2012-10-05 05:16:22 AM
Mmmmmm, English breakfast.

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2012-10-05 05:18:54 AM

Mad Scientist: Mmmmmm, English breakfast.

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I just see why they had to fry the tomato; he's like the non-political who gets shot... well, just cause!
 
2012-10-05 05:19:49 AM
Mmmmm, English breakfast in Ireland.

farm7.staticflickr.com
 
2012-10-05 05:21:50 AM
mmmmm... Black pudding...

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2012-10-05 05:23:26 AM
English baked beans look way too saucy.
 
2012-10-05 05:26:31 AM

Rufus Lee King: Mad Scientist: Mmmmmm, English breakfast

See, now, there you are. I can't eat that sort of tat in my current medical state; I'd explode. I am jealous of you folks.


What is your state such that you can't? I"d very much like to avoid it. ;(
 
2012-10-05 05:26:43 AM

robohobo: English baked beans look way too saucy.


its fair criticism. theyre good but ... yeah kinda too sugary and watery to be eaten alone. you have to shovel the beans onto toast and then mop up egg with it. then its teh yummeh.
 
2012-10-05 05:28:26 AM
Where's the grits?
 
2012-10-05 05:33:20 AM

Huntceet: Where's the grits?


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2012-10-05 05:41:25 AM
Not nearly enough eggs.
 
2012-10-05 05:41:49 AM

stoli n coke: Maybe it's an American thing, but to me, baked beans are more suited for a cookout, not the first meal of the day.


And English baked beans aren't nearly as good as American-style.
Remind me to stock up on Bush's when I get to the States.
 
2012-10-05 05:43:16 AM
WoW ,i just love that plate of instant heart attack thought i'd be willing to attempt it
 
2012-10-05 05:43:47 AM
sloughtown4ever:
2 - the toast and fried bread *aren't* shown - those golden round things are the hash browns


Thank you for your answers. I did realize, however, that the toast and fried bread wasn't shown. In the article they describe "rounds of toasts". So I wondered if that were British for "round toast" or rather "pieces of toast".

hell no. tomato ketchup or brown sauce, which I believe Americans call steak sauce

I would use ketchup for some of the items on that breakfast. Steak sauce not so much. But eggs without salsa would just make me sad. But I would get over it.

To the others in the threat that commenting on the beans: yeah, I don't eat baked beans for breakfast either. But I do like them well enough. If someone set a breakfast platter in front of me that had them, I would just shrug and eat them happily enough.
 
2012-10-05 05:47:05 AM

Mad Scientist: Mmmmm, English breakfast in Ireland.

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I assume the whiskey is already in the coffee and splashed on the beans?
 
2012-10-05 05:52:31 AM

Rufus Lee King: aagrajag: Rufus Lee King: Mad Scientist: Mmmmmm, English breakfast

See, now, there you are. I can't eat that sort of tat in my current medical state; I'd explode. I am jealous of you folks.

What is your state such that you can't? I"d very much like to avoid it. ;(

Well, I'll try to state this briefly. Diverticulitis, it's called. I never knew what it was until it got so badly that I couldn't take the pain any more. I don't trust doctors much, my dumb ass.

I about brought it to the fatal point before the ambulance thing.

Once in the hospital, though:

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Ah.

I read up about the Diverticulitis-thing; I still don't get the HASSAN===========CHOP! bit.

Also, that sucks, dude. Take care.
 
2012-10-05 05:53:42 AM

Capt. Sparkles: Mad Scientist: Mmmmm, English breakfast in Ireland.

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I assume the whiskey is already in the coffee and splashed on the beans?


Brilliant!

I had just come from the Jameson distillery...
 
2012-10-05 06:05:43 AM

Tealeaf: Thank you for your answers. I did realize, however, that the toast and fried bread wasn't shown. In the article they describe "rounds of toasts". So I wondered if that were British for "round toast" or rather "pieces of toast".


A round of toast is a nondeterminate number of slices. Some people say one slice of bread, some say two, some say as many pieces as will fit in your toaster and some say as many as you have in one serving.
 
2012-10-05 06:07:50 AM

Despair of the Cheese: Maybe it's because I have the munchies but that looks like a damned fine breakfast. Polish that off and you won't eat for about four days.

/Yes, I sound fat.
//Still not sure about the beans. What are beans doing at breakfast?
///The farts will be horrendous. Bring it on.


Beans are lovely on toast. That breakfast is truly glorious. Far too much to eat at once, but well worth the cost to try. Even better to share. I haven't felt this hungry in ages.

rrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr5mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmsorry this wasnt me, picture drew the cat onto my keyboard

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2012-10-05 06:22:55 AM
I saw one of those 'massive b'fasts' on that cooking channel show... a pizza pie pan filled with hashbrowns & bacon/sausage/b'fast steak - nearly 5lbs.... If the asteroid were on it's way, I'd want to go out with my face buried in that...
 
2012-10-05 06:27:08 AM

Incetardis: First of all, having the misfortune of having to eat at the Brit mess in KAF (thank fark we were only there for four days - the next 7 months of rations were an improvement) I can honsetly say whatever they cook turns vile. Don't farking deep fry toast you assholes.


That wasn't toast, it was a fried slice (of bread).

Fun fact the dogs in the British Army get more spent on them at meal times than the squaddies. So its going to be warm and thats all the good you can say about it (unless its the Gurkhas cooking) . The squaddies put up with it because you get to wash it down with large amounts of strong, sweet milky tea. Remove the tea and you will have tanks outside the houses of parliament before you can say general mutiny.
 
mhd
2012-10-05 06:27:42 AM
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2012-10-05 06:27:48 AM
Bacon, black pudding, scrambled eggs, haggis, square (or Lorne) sausage and fried potato scones. Breakfast of champions.
 
2012-10-05 06:38:32 AM
If you finish it within an hour do you get a hat?

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2012-10-05 06:49:21 AM

JerkyMeat: Probably wouldn't be so bad if it were made anywhere else but England.


On the for reals, English/Irish sausages are just awful. The whole meal is just some sort of haphazard train wreck.
 
2012-10-05 06:53:23 AM
All it's missing is the white pudding...
 
2012-10-05 07:05:17 AM

Mad Scientist: Capt. Sparkles: Mad Scientist: Mmmmm, English breakfast in Ireland.

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I assume the whiskey is already in the coffee and splashed on the beans?

Brilliant!

I had just come from the Jameson distillery...


The one in Middleton? I have an "official whiskey taster" certificate from them. I was forced to try three different types of whiskey - oooo what a lot to ask!

I seriously miss the orange juice and fried potato bread, though - best damn orange juice I've ever had, and I live in the Sunshine State for 15 years.
 
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