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Published on Feb 6, 2016
A Full English Breakfast is an odd thing, but a delicious one. There's no 'recipe', as such, it's just a collection of separate items that may or may not belong on the same plate together. At its heart, you've got to have bacon, sausage and fried egg with either baked beans or grilled tomato. But there's a bunch of other stuff that is frequently added - mushrooms, black pudding (blood pudding), and, contentiously, some form of potato. I can accept hash browns, even though they are not strictly English, but home fries or chips are a definite no-no.
The Irish, Scots and Welsh all have their variations on the Full English, but another story, that is.
The Full English fry-up, Full Monty breakfast is accompanied by hot buttered toast, or bread and butter, or a slice of fried bread. It is washed down with a mug of strong tea - coffee is not an option here, at least for me. A dollop of brown sauce (Daddie's, HP or similar) is also required, but I will let you use ketchup if you insist.