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Old 20th June 2000, 20:12
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my obedient pudding...
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Old 6th July 2000, 19:31
Mc_Alister_and_Gunn Mc_Alister_and_Gunn is offline
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Hey, there. Wait a moment. Haven't we forgotten something? Those English breakfasts go from Irish Oatmeal to kippers!
The traditional English breakfast has lost its originality. The old English breakfast has spiraled into a karmic enchilada of confusion. It might as well be as varied as it is down here in the US! They even have
BREAKFAST BURRITOS! It makes no sense.
As for a traditional Scottish breakfast, I suggest cheese scones and blackberry tea.

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Old 7th July 2000, 08:55
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Hahaha, cheese scones and blackberry tea?
I didnae even know what blackberries were when i lived in scotland. Now, brambles maybe!
My favourite breakfast was when I went to stay with a friend in Glasgow. Her mother would give us breakfast in bed, that was 'the works'.
Black pudding, bacon(ham),square sliced sausage, fried dumpling, tattie scone, soda scone, and fried egg, with a lovely runny yolk to complement the fried dumpling!
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Old 7th July 2000, 16:30
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Jarmine, I could go for a breakfast like that right now. Now my stomach's rumbling.

The best breakfast I had in Scotland was black pudding, haggis, porridge, square sausage (with HP sauce), tattie scone, toast (with lemon curd), orange juice, and fried egg. Rocket fuel! I didn't feel hungry until late evening.

McBeaty, that sausage in Forfar sounds divine. Did you find it in a restaurant or a bucher's?

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Old 8th July 2000, 14:25
Mc_Alister_and_Gunn Mc_Alister_and_Gunn is offline
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Listen, that was a Freudian slip. I was drinking some Blackberry tea when I wrote that, and I suppose it was on my mind! Anyway,
what I MEANT to say was TEA scones. However, you make my mouth water with the thought of Black pudding, square sausages, fried eggs, ham, and fried dumplings! Thanks, Jarmine, for calling my bluff!

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Old 8th July 2000, 15:47
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Wow, you all are making me hungry... i am gonna gomake breakfast now..and it is just about lunch time now too..
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Old 8th July 2000, 21:23
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McAlister/Gunn... sorry, you lost me with that post about English breakfasts. I unfortunately live in England so i know about breakfast fry-ups, but can you tell me where you got a breakfast burrito, cos apart from making them myself, i've never seen one here and i'd love to have one!
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