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The "Full English" Breakfast

Updated on October 2, 2014

The FEB!

I try to eat healthy. Honestly. I'm not a fitness fanatic but I do watch my fat and sugar intake.

HOWEVER, there ain't nothing like a Full English Breakfast and I can't resist them.

This breakfast is a coronary on a plate, but every now and then it feels so good to indulge on one.


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Typical Full English Breakfast Ingedients

  • Back or streaky bacon
  • Eggs
  • Fried or grilled tomatoes
  • Fried mushrooms
  • Fried bread or toast
  • Beans
  • Black pudding
  • Sausage
  • Fried potatoes

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    • orebro profile image

      orebro 3 years ago

      Glad you enjoyed it, Don! Having experienced both traditional English and traditional Swedish breakfasts, I'd say it was a wise choice having breakfast before you left England. :)

    • Don Bobbitt profile image

      Don Bobbitt 3 years ago from Ruskin Florida

      Good hub!

      Before I retired, my job required that i fly to Lund, Sweden every couple of weeks. The best connection was an overnight flight from Raleigh that landed around 6Am in Gatwick.

      I eventually developed a routine to kill the 3+ hours before my connection to Copenhagen. This routine included a real English Breakfast and a couple of mugs of a stout english Beer.

      I mean, everyone else in the airport was eating and drinking the same thing, so I joined in.

      And, I grew to enjoy the breakfast over time, but I was never brave enough to make this killer plate of food a standard for me when I was home again.

      I even got used to the bacon. I never understood how a slightly warmed slice of bacon could be considered "cooked", but I ate it anyway.

      Funny memory for me, and thanks for th article.


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      javr 7 years ago from British Columbia, Canada

      They are great when done well. I suffered through a poor effort, though. I'll have one again when I next go back to England.

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      Shelly Sellers 7 years ago from Midwest U.S.A.

      WOW! I have never had a Full-English Breakfast before, but would love to try it! I love mushrooms too and never thought about adding that on the menu for breakfast, except in an omelet. Great photos too!