Topic: Breakfast of champions

Just had the best Scrambled egg on toast this side of Paris. With wonderful black coffee. Soft, yet not sloppy, intense yellow and very eggy. And then loads of black pepper and side of mushrooms. And its sunny in Old St. Bliss.

I could forgive the rocket garnish.

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I have recently had three cooked breakfasts in a row. last friday at the Hunstman near Holmfirth. Not bad but I left the fried bread becasue my conscience took over. Saturday I had one at some place near Thirsk. Once again average but it filled a gap. And on Sunday I had one at the place I was with the rugby team doing their outward bound course. No fucking bacon on that one but I reckon I had pissed 'em off as I was 'caught' with a can of lager in my hand the night before.

All in all pretty average I must conclude.

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Heyho, founder of the new charity 'Free the Fried Bread' big_smile

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old codger wrote:

Heyho, founder of the new charity 'Free the Fried Bread' big_smile

I feel safe with fried bread. No bones in it.

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Crosse Keys 'Spoons on Gracechurch Street does Eggs Benedict for £3.29.  Need to See if Leeds ones do it when I get the chance.

I'd offer you a beer, but I've only got six cans.

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Reggie Perrin wrote:

Crosse Keys 'Spoons on Gracechurch Street does Eggs Benedict for £3.29.  Need to See if Leeds ones do it when I get the chance.

You need to have a walk to the Toby Carvery near Rothwell Sports Centre RP. All you can eat breakfast for under 4 quid. nice as well.

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Quaker oats microwaveable porridge, chopped up banana, honey, cup of tea... Best meal of the day.

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Bircher museili with banana , strawberrys and a black coffee

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gorefidel wrote:

Bircher museili with banana , strawberrys and a black coffee

Beats my bowl of Frosties and a cup of Redbush I suppose!

How the other half live eh? lol

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gorefidel wrote:

Bircher museili with banana , strawberrys and a black coffee

Quite clearly been away from Yorkshire far too long.

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old yeadonian wrote:
gorefidel wrote:

Bircher museili with banana , strawberrys and a black coffee

Beats my bowl of Frosties and a cup of Redbush I suppose!

How the other half live eh? lol

Train was 45 min late (again) and there's a stall in the station sells it for £3. so had to make do with apple and pear as the Strawberry had gone.

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heyho wrote:
gorefidel wrote:

Bircher museili with banana , strawberrys and a black coffee

Quite clearly been away from Yorkshire far too long.

Listen, for anyone to recommend a Toby carvery for anything other than firebombing to comment on food - they must have a great sense of irony. lol or not live in North Leeds.

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gorefidel wrote:
heyho wrote:
gorefidel wrote:

Bircher museili with banana , strawberrys and a black coffee

Quite clearly been away from Yorkshire far too long.

Listen, for anyone to recommend a Toby carvery for anything other than firebombing to comment on food - they must have a great sense of irony. lol or not live in North Leeds.

look they do offer you brown or white toast you know.

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heyho wrote:
gorefidel wrote:
heyho wrote:

Quite clearly been away from Yorkshire far too long.

Listen, for anyone to recommend a Toby carvery for anything other than firebombing to comment on food - they must have a great sense of irony. lol or not live in North Leeds.

look they do offer you brown or white toast you know.

Isn't all toast brown (or maybe black? If it's not then it's just bread or raw toast as I like to call it.

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Bread. Rare.

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Harvest wrote:

Bread. Rare.

Dough!

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heyho wrote:
Reggie Perrin wrote:

Crosse Keys 'Spoons on Gracechurch Street does Eggs Benedict for £3.29.  Need to See if Leeds ones do it when I get the chance.

You need to have a walk to the Toby Carvery near Rothwell Sports Centre RP. All you can eat breakfast for under 4 quid. nice as well.

I have thought about that, not the walking bit thought.  My slight problem with it though is I would have to pass the cafe in the park which do a first class brekkie themselves and when it comes to fried pig products I'm loyal.  A bad brekkie can ruin the day.

I'd offer you a beer, but I've only got six cans.

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ObL69 wrote:

Quaker oats microwaveable porridge, chopped up banana, honey, cup of tea... Best meal of the day.

No honey and swap for coffee, like the idea of honey though. Got a big box of Qualers from Costco and they sit in my desk, banana/apple from the fruit basket, moccachino from the coffee machine. Additional bacon & egg sarnie round 10am most days too.

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gorefidel wrote:
old yeadonian wrote:
gorefidel wrote:

Bircher museili with banana , strawberrys and a black coffee

Beats my bowl of Frosties and a cup of Redbush I suppose!

How the other half live eh? lol

Train was 45 min late (again) and there's a stall in the station sells it for £3. so had to make do with apple and pear as the Strawberry had gone.

£3.00 gets you 2xbacon 2xsausages eggs bean toms mushrooms blackpudding fried bread and toast tea or coffee with a free top up , here in yorkshie

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hendersonjones wrote:
gorefidel wrote:
old yeadonian wrote:

Beats my bowl of Frosties and a cup of Redbush I suppose!

How the other half live eh? lol

Train was 45 min late (again) and there's a stall in the station sells it for £3. so had to make do with apple and pear as the Strawberry had gone.

£3.00 gets you 2xbacon 2xsausages eggs bean toms mushrooms blackpudding fried bread and toast tea or coffee with a free top up , here in yorkshie

Fuck me H, you a Veggie these days? If you get all that for £3 bang on there's no fucking meat on that plate.

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Coogee, Sydney. Three weeks or so in '04, breakfast every day in this place, fucking mint. One of the best Eggs Benedict I've ever tasted.
My Mrs makes the best scrambled eggs in the world.

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One espresso, two espressos, three espressos...

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Maccy dees bacon n egg mcmuffin and a large latte

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CBDS wrote:

Maccy dees bacon n egg mcmuffin and a large latte

Good hangover tackle!

Any other time...horrible!

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old yeadonian wrote:
CBDS wrote:

Maccy dees bacon n egg mcmuffin and a large latte

Good hangover tackle!

Any other time...horrible!

Had a 'La Loma' which is a local take on a greasy breakfast, Andalusian style. Two fried eggs, bacon fried pork, cheese all served on an open baguette smeared with fresh pulped tomato. And strong black coffee.

Might fuck your arteries, but sorts your hangover out.

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