Tuesday, August 08, 2006

The Full Monty


Anonymous asks, 'What is a Full English Breakfast?'.

I'm more familiar with the term 'Traditional Fry Up' - but as far as I know (corrections warmly welcomed)this means some variation on full breakfast including sausage, bacon, eggs, bread, blood pudding, beans, etc. etc.

In Canadian terms, a Grand Slam or Big Breakfast that you might have at a restuarant on the weekend.

6 comments:

kowy said...

Don't forget the fried bread.

Mmmmm......fried bread.....

John said...

I remember Ciaran asking Roy for a "Full Irish," which according to that article consists of mostly pork.

Mmm..pork...

Jacqueline said...

I wouldn't mind Ciaran's full irish.

AHAHAHAHAHAHA

Karen said...

Jacqueline, you dirty girl!!! I totally agree. :)

There's a great site, not sure if anyone else has come across it, and I'm not sure where I first found it. Somewhere here perhaps?

http://russelldavies.typepad.com/eggbaconchipsandbeans/

It makes me want to run off to England and eat nothing but breakfasts.

MJ said...

Karen: Yes, it was here

Pamer said...

i'm 'ungry