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(Mirror.co.uk)   "That's called a Full English Classic Heart Attack you idiot sandwich"   (mirror.co.uk) divider line
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1013 clicks; posted to Food » on 16 Sep 2020 at 9:03 AM (13 days ago)   |   Favorite    |   share:  Share on Twitter share via Email Share on Facebook



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2020-09-16 8:15:05 AM  
Would it be too much to ask for a picture without a punctured yolk?
 
2020-09-16 8:20:38 AM  

Atomic Jonb: Would it be too much to ask for a picture without a punctured yolk?


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2020-09-16 8:21:36 AM  
He shouldn't have called it full. It's like calling a heptathlon a decathlon.
 
2020-09-16 8:21:42 AM  
Now I want egg yolks over black pudding, dammit.
 
2020-09-16 8:22:35 AM  

puffy999: He shouldn't have called it full. It's like calling a heptathlon a decathlon.


He's missing his beans and mushroom!

/somebody call a a doctor
 
2020-09-16 8:22:40 AM  

Marcus Aurelius: Atomic Jonb: Would it be too much to ask for a picture without a punctured yolk?

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Shut up, Sarah Huckabee Sanders

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2020-09-16 10:11:57 AM  
hmm the response from Fry Up Police didn't have any white puddings I could see :( oh wait I guess that'd be more Full Irish, so they're off the hook for that one, then.

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also, EBCB is really the way to go - unassuming, affordable, pleasing. almost healthy-like, even. well, in comparison ennaways.

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https://russelldavies.typepad.com/egg​b​aconchipsandbeans/
 
2020-09-16 10:12:51 AM  
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'cuse me, luv - can I get a bit of Marmite for the toast?

/would eat
//would fart a lot hours later
///as if I needed to add that
 
2020-09-16 10:29:43 AM  
What's all this then?

/had full English once
//in South Africa
///holy. Hell. Amazing
 
2020-09-16 10:48:39 AM  

tintar: hmm the response from Fry Up Police didn't have any white puddings I could see :( oh wait I guess that'd be more Full Irish, so they're off the hook for that one, then.

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also, EBCB is really the way to go - unassuming, affordable, pleasing. almost healthy-like, even. well, in comparison ennaways.

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https://russelldavies.typepad.com/eggb​aconchipsandbeans/


Those sausages look like they might have some meat in them, but otherwise it looks perfect.
 
2020-09-16 10:55:28 AM  
Which came first, the Full English Breakfast or National Health?
 
2020-09-16 11:07:44 AM  

oldfarthenry: [Fark user image 394x509]
'cuse me, luv - can I get a bit of Marmite for the toast?

/would eat
//would fart a lot hours later
///as if I needed to add that


That looks delicious but who the hell can eat all of that? Are they meant to be shared?
 
2020-09-16 11:16:00 AM  

tintar: hmm the response from Fry Up Police didn't have any white puddings I could see :( oh wait I guess that'd be more Full Irish, so they're off the hook for that one, then.


That top one looks pretty good.
 
2020-09-16 11:17:10 AM  
Mrs. aaronx and I enjoyed a home-made nearly-full English on our anniversary last weekend. There was no pudding. We didn't get the idea in time to have some shipped.

We both really like them. I'm actually more of a full-Irish guy.
 
2020-09-16 11:52:50 AM  

oldfarthenry: [Fark user image 394x509]
'cuse me, luv - can I get a bit of Marmite for the toast?

/would eat
//would fart a lot hours later
///as if I needed to add that


Jeebus.  England got Americans over here saying "That's too much food."
 
2020-09-16 11:59:43 AM  
After your Full English food coma for four hours... Then you get up to lash the wogs.

Empires are great if you're on the handle side of the lash.
 
2020-09-16 12:16:36 PM  
What do you do with the beans?
 
2020-09-16 12:26:37 PM  

Pesky_Humans: What do you do with the beans?


Eat them?
 
2020-09-16 12:30:41 PM  

abhorrent1: Pesky_Humans: What do you do with the beans?

Eat them?


Canned Heinz baked beans has always struck me as a confusing breakfast choice.
 
2020-09-16 12:55:51 PM  

Pesky_Humans: abhorrent1: Pesky_Humans: What do you do with the beans?

Eat them?

Canned Heinz baked beans has always struck me as a confusing breakfast choice.


tinned beans aren't baked beans in the American sense, if that makes any difference? also the part where every child in the UK knows how to make beans on toast. or, I d'nno, I'm ok with frijoles (refried or whole, red or black - dealer's choice!) on migas or huevos.
 
2020-09-16 1:12:22 PM  

JNowe: oldfarthenry: [Fark user image 394x509]
'cuse me, luv - can I get a bit of Marmite for the toast?

/would eat
//would fart a lot hours later
///as if I needed to add that

Jeebus.  England got Americans over here saying "That's too much food."


We're not all fat.
 
2020-09-16 1:40:40 PM  
Ditch either the bacon or sausage, throw in some toast and a cup of coffee for $10, and you are still making a killing.

Oh, and Ramsay is an ass.
 
2020-09-16 4:13:55 PM  
Heinz beans in the blue can over multi grain toast with 2 fried eggs atop. No hangover stands a chance.
 
2020-09-16 7:54:25 PM  

Atomic Jonb: Would it be too much to ask for a picture without a punctured yolk?


My guess would be that they want you to know that they know how to cook an egg. Though I thought the hard-poached/up egg thing was more of an American problem.
 
2020-09-16 8:21:08 PM  

Thunderboy: Atomic Jonb: Would it be too much to ask for a picture without a punctured yolk?

My guess would be that they want you to know that they know how to cook an egg. Though I thought the hard-poached/up egg thing was more of an American problem.


? Can soft boil and sunny side up n easy with the best of em', my vitamin C deficient friend.
 
2020-09-16 8:55:37 PM  

NINEv2: Thunderboy: Atomic Jonb: Would it be too much to ask for a picture without a punctured yolk?

My guess would be that they want you to know that they know how to cook an egg. Though I thought the hard-poached/up egg thing was more of an American problem.

? Can soft boil and sunny side up n easy with the best of em', my vitamin C deficient friend.


Sorry, I was speaking more of restaurants. It was very difficult to get a proper poached or up egg in a lot of US restaurants until the mid 00's, at least in my experience. Everyone terrified of salmonella and lawsuits.
 
2020-09-16 9:51:41 PM  

Thunderboy: NINEv2: Thunderboy: Atomic Jonb: Would it be too much to ask for a picture without a punctured yolk?

My guess would be that they want you to know that they know how to cook an egg. Though I thought the hard-poached/up egg thing was more of an American problem.

? Can soft boil and sunny side up n easy with the best of em', my vitamin C deficient friend.

Sorry, I was speaking more of restaurants. It was very difficult to get a proper poached or up egg in a lot of US restaurants until the mid 00's, at least in my experience. Everyone terrified of salmonella and lawsuits.


Fair 'nuff. It's the reason I learned in the first place.
 
2020-09-17 3:30:02 AM  
I never had a FEB, and now it would kill me. Would be nice to have a stripped down version that have most of the tastes in a smaller package
 
2020-09-17 8:30:24 AM  
Meanwhile in Hawaii

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