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  • 'The last-minute rescue of the great British breakfast'

    http://lifeandhealth.guardian.co.uk/foo ... 84,00.html

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    It's enough to gladden the heart and harden the arteries. The Little Chef chain which for 48 years has been pelting British motorists - including John Major - with high-quality plates of protein, fat, carbohydrate, fat, fat and an extra serving of fat,....>>

    How did I miss this place?!

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    I mostly love British breakfasts. The baked beans and stewed tomatoes were strange, but I acclimated. In Scotland, I had kippers, which I like, but not so much in the morning. I usually don't eat breakfast, per se, except on vacation. At home, it's croissant, English muffin or bagel. On holiday, a breakfast (fruestuck, peitit d'journer) usually obivates the need for lunch, saving both time and money.

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    • #3
      Fruhstuck, Mike, and petit dejeuner.

      Now with an Irish farmhouse breakfast you'd get black pudding (blood sausage) and chips, as well as the eggs, fried bread, and bacon.

      And I love kippers. Canadians have good kippers, and it's a staple in good Canadian hotel breakfasts.

      Bon appetit!

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      • #4
        Re: 'The last-minute rescue of the great British breakfast'

        Originally posted by gh
        http://lifeandhealth.guardian.co.uk/food/story/0,,1984184,00.html

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        It's enough to gladden the heart and harden the arteries. The Little Chef chain which for 48 years has been pelting British motorists - including John Major - with high-quality plates of protein, fat, carbohydrate, fat, fat and an extra serving of fat,....>>

        How did I miss this place?!
        Likely not doing enough driving around Britain, GH! Love me some Little Chef...

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        • #5
          Originally posted by oneill
          Fruhstuck, Mike, and petit dejeuner.
          I took spelling lessons from Squack Actually, too lazy to look it up ops:

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          • #6
            British breakfasts and bongo drum beaters -- a match made in heaven.

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