Full Breakfast

Full British Breakfast 1300

More of a Tradition than an invention. But this Food item, aka the Fry Up, is very British and very popular and has regional variations.
  • “To eat well in England you should have breakfast three times a day.” W. Somerset Maugham (1874-1965)
The full breakfast is a centuries old British breakfast tradition dating back at least to the 1300's, just about when the British said goodbye to the French, 'Au Revoir'.

Full English Breakfast

Full English Breakfast
Full English Breakfast

A traditional full English breakfast includes:
Black pudding
Fried Bread or toast with butter
All above fried occasionally grilled
and maybe baked beans.

All served with a mug of tea and Brown sauce. Sometimes 'Bubble and squeak' or hash browns.

Full Welsh
Brecwast Cymreig llawn. May include a sea influence of laverbread or cockles.

Full Scottish
Will have square sausage, tattie scone and clootie pudding (yum!).

Full Irish
Fried potato farl, boxty or soda bread.

English Breakfast Society EBS
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