I agree with FAITHP44 - if we're going for greasy - might as well have real food like the Full English, but you can keep the hash browns and baked beans. When we ran a B&B in London, US guests often put jam or marmalade on their Full English, like a condiment!!!!
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2 or 3 eggs fried in butter with toast and more butter:-)
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French toast with bacon for me too
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I'm seriously side-eying the people giving the ONE LETTER answers. Come on now. Read the original post.
I would definitely go for an omelette (mushroom, broccoli, mozzarella) with some homefries. Can I put ketchup on my homefries?
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lol....I don't mind the one word answers....I mind the people who didn't even read the question, yet post anyway. Amazing.
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Michelle, if this is the thread you were asking about the other day... Yeah, it got deleted because people were answering with just letters or just one phrase. This type of thread should go in the Game Room forum. This version of it may get deleted, too, because threads with huge numbers of very short answers are a mess for the techies to deal with.
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IHOPS cinnamon roll French Toast with bacon! So good, so sweet and gooey....Glad the calories don't count just thinking about it!
5/31/14 6:12 P
Archimedesii, those Belgian waffles look so good. That would be a wonderful thing. To get Belgian waffles in Belgium.
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There is a place near me called Eggspectation and they serve a full English breakfast. They serve it all day.
PS - FAITHP44, I know at least one place in Boston where you can find a full English breakfast. I haven't been there, but I have eaten the full Irish breakfast at a local pub. Had the black and white pudding with it. yum.
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Oh come on! Where's the full English???If I go out for breakfast it has to be bacon, eggs, tomatoes, mushrooms, hash browns, beans, fried bread, toast, butter, marmalade or jam. Don't you guys do that in the states? Oh, and a cup of tea.
If I'm just choosing from your oh so restricted menu - it will have to be eggs.
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Blueberry pancakes with blueberry syrup and whipped crème.
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Definitely a veggie and cheese omelet with a toasted bagel. Yummmmmmmmmm
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Based completely on your tastebuds, in a world where calories and nutrients don't exist.... If you had to pick ONE of the following (no other options available) from a menu which would you choose: a. Eggs or Omelet b. Pancakes c. French toast d. Waffles e. if those were the only options I'd just order a beverage
*ONE side option as well: toast, biscuit, bacon, homefries
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