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Johnny Cakes

They're a corn pancake you serve with fruit or jam. My Granma likes sweet bean jam (つぶあん) on hers. They're good plain too though. I like them with Maple syrup or sorghum molasses.

 

Put the following into a bowl in order:

1 1/4 cups plain stone ground yellow cornmeal

1 1/2 teaspoon baking powder

1/2 teaspoon baking soda

1/4 cup sugar (light brown, white, or raw, it doesn't matter)

 

Stir well with a fork or whisk, then add:

1 beaten egg

1 cup buttermilk (or substitute 1 cup of milk and 1 tablespoon of cane vinegar)

1 1/2 tablespoons of cooking oil

 

Stir really well and ladle onto a hot greased skillet. When bubbles around the edges pop, flip it. Cook it the same amount of time as it took for the other side, then serve it.

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That's not a breakfast, it's a pudding.

 

100g oats, milk - oatmeal/porridge with a light sprinkling of brown sugar or honey

50g whey protein with water

3 x raw eggs, blended with ~50ml Extra virgin olive oil and milk

 

That's a proper breakfast. Loads of complex carbs, good fats and protein.

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David_LivinginTalisay

The 'Full Monty' or the 'Full English Breakfast'

 

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A full breakfast is a meal that consists of several courses, traditionally a starter (fruit juice, prunes, grapefruit), cereal, a main course, tea with milk, toast and (in England) marmalade. Variations are possible in an unlimited number.

 

"Full breakfast" also refers to the main course, a traditional cooked dish, typically and originally eaten at breakfast, though now often served at other times during the day. Common alternative names for the dish include bacon and eggs, or the fry-up.

 

The full breakfast traditionally comprises several fried foods, usually including bacon and eggs, and is popular throughout the British Isles and other parts of the English-speaking world. The name "Bacon and eggs" was popularised by Edward Bernays in the 1920s. To promote sales of bacon, he conducted a survey of physicians and reported their recommendations that people eat hearty breakfasts. He sent the results of the survey to 5,000 physicians, along with publicity touting bacon and eggs as a hearty breakfast.

 

Various parts of the United Kingdom have their own variants of the full breakfast, including the full English breakfast, full Scottish breakfast, full Welsh breakfast and the Ulster fry.

 

 

Tradition

The term "full breakfast" for a substantial meal of several courses including a cooked main course is used to differentiate it from the simpler continental breakfast of tea, milk or coffee and fruit juices with croissants or pastries.

 

 

All-day breakfast

To eat well in England you should have breakfast three times a day.

—W. Somerset Maugham

 

Many cafés and pubs serve the meal at all hours as an "all-day breakfast". It can be accompanied by orange juice and tea or coffee or, in a pub, an alcoholic drink.

 

 

Typical ingredients

The ingredients of a fry-up vary according to region and taste. They are often served with condiments such as brown sauce or ketchup.

 

Some of the additional ingredients that may be included in a full breakfast are:

Regional variants

Full English breakfast

 

The normal ingredients of a traditional full English breakfast are bacon (traditionally back bacon, less commonly streaky bacon), eggs, fried or grilled tomatoes, fried mushrooms, fried bread or toast and sausages, usually served with a mug of tea.

 

Black pudding is added in some regions, as is fried leftover mashed potatoes (called potato cakes). Originally a way to use up leftover vegetables from the main meal of the day before, bubble and squeak, shallow-fried leftover vegetables with potato, has become a breakfast feature in its own right. Hash browns andbaked beans are a common modern addition, while onions, either fried or in rings, occasionally appear. In the North Midlands, fried or grilled oatcakes sometimes replace fried bread. When an English breakfast is ordered to contain everything available it is often referred to as a Full English, or a Full Monty.

 

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Full English breakfast with bubble and squeak, sausage, bacon, grilled tomatoes and eggs

Full Irish breakfast

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Ireland, as elsewhere, the exact constituents of a full breakfast vary, depending on geographical area, personal taste and cultural affiliation. Traditionally, the most common ingredients are bacon rashers, sausages, fried eggs, white pudding, black pudding, toast, sliced tomato, and fried potato. Sauteed mushrooms are also sometimes included, as well as liver (although popularity has declined in recent years), and brown soda bread. A full Irish breakfast may be accompanied with a strongIrish Breakfast tea such as Barry's Tea, Lyons Tea, or Bewley's breakfast blend served with milk. Fried potato bread, farl, potato farl or toast is often served as an alternative to brown soda bread.

 

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Ulster Fry

See also: Culture of Northern Ireland

An Ulster Fry is a dish similar to the Irish breakfast and is popular throughout Ulster.

 

A traditional Ulster Fry consists of bacon, eggs, sausages (either pork or beef), vegetable roll, white pudding, black pudding, the farl form of soda bread (the farl is split in half crossways to expose the inner bread and then fried with the exposed side down), potato bread and wheaten farl. Other common components include mushrooms, baked beans orpancake. All this is traditionally fried; however, in recent decades, people have taken to grilling the ingredients instead.

 

The Ulster Fry is often served for breakfast, lunch and dinner in households and cafés around the province. Emigrants have also popularised the serving of an Ulster Fry outside Ulster.

 

The usual accompaniment is strong tea, typically a blend with a high proportion of Assam leaves.

 

Between 2001 and 2007 the television channel BBC Two Northern Ireland used a station ID during local opt-outs from national UK programming which featured the BBC Two logo eating an Ulster Fry.

 

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A full Ulster Fry served in Belfast,Northern Ireland.

Full Scottish breakfast

In Scotland, the traditional breakfast is porridge, but the "Full Scottish Breakfast", along with the usual eggs, bacon and sausage, is usually differentiated by Scottish-style black pudding, haggis and tattie scones. It may also include fried tomato, baked beans, white pudding, fruit pudding (also fried), and oatcakes. In some instances, the regular "link" sausage is replaced or augmented by square sliced sausage also known as Lorne sausage.

More broadly, Brewer's Dictionary of Phrase and Fable refers to a Scotch breakfast as "a substantial breakfast of sundry sorts of good things to eat and drink".

 

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Full Welsh breakfast

The traditional Welsh breakfast includes laverbread, a seaweed purée which is then mixed with oatmeal, formed into patties and fried in bacon fat. Cocklesare also often eaten

 

 

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KennyF

That's something I'd expect from Charlie Sheen...

 

Isn't that Conan O'Brian?

 

KinP

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KennyF

Now for something completely different.

 

Both cheeks of an almost ripe mango, cut into 1/2" cubes.

A generous slice of papaya, also cut into 1/2" cubes.

One large or two small bananas diced.

A generous coffee cup of natural yogurt.

 

Now that's how to start the day.

 

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Isn't that Conan O'Brian?

 

KinP

yes indeed

one of Paul's heroes

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@KennyF: Yes I think so... but I was saying that it seems like something Charlie would do.

 

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Asa Gohan/ 朝御飯/ Japanese Breakfast

 

Tamagoyaki (rolled omelet)

Sakana no Shioyaki (roasted fish)

Tsukemono (assorted pickles)

Gohan (rice)

Miso supu (miso soup)

Nattou (fermented beans that taste good, but smell like raw sewage)

Horenso (blanched spinach)

Nori (laver kelp)

Shoyu (soy sauce)

negi (onion)

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BossHog

breakfast kicks off at dawn. the usual hangers on amble in for rice and fried dolphin vagina (or something that smells like it.)

 

avoiding the odors and chatter i'll head to the lounge for some bukidnon coffee in the french press and the bbc on the shortwave.

 

splash a bit of tandy in the second coffee, eat a ham and eden cheese omelette, and go out to face the day by 7 am.

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KennyF

breakfast kicks off at dawn. the usual hangers on amble in for rice and fried dolphin vagina (or something that smells like it.)

 

avoiding the odors and chatter i'll head to the lounge for some bukidnon coffee in the french press and the bbc on the shortwave.

 

splash a bit of tandy in the second coffee, eat a ham and eden cheese omelette, and go out to face the day by 7 am.

 

Some people just got got it made.

 

KinP

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Spanish Eggs Hash (Huevos Rancheros maybe? not sure what to call this...)

 

Oil for frying

1/4 lb chorizo

1/2 a spanish onion, sliced into crescents

2 tbs minced garlic

4 strips of bacon, chopped up

2 medium diced potatoes

6 beaten eggs

some crumbly homemade cheese

pico de gallo

 

in a deep skillet, fry the bacon, garlic, chorizo, onion, and potatoes... when the meats and potatoes are done all the way through, add the eggs. cook to desired doneness then add cheese and pico de gallo. serves 3

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Bob Ward

breakfast kicks off at dawn. the usual hangers on amble in for rice and fried dolphin vagina (or something that smells like it.)

 

avoiding the odors and chatter i'll head to the lounge for some bukidnon coffee in the french press and the bbc on the shortwave.

 

splash a bit of tandy in the second coffee, eat a ham and eden cheese omelette, and go out to face the day by 7 am.

 

Sounded great till you said Eden cheese. Try the Kraft cheddar which is usually right next to the Eden, MUCH better.

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udonthani

I hardly ever eat anything until lunch time, but just out interest what do breakfast cereals, with milk, taste like in the Philippines?

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I hardly ever eat anything until lunch time, but just out interest what do breakfast cereals, with milk, taste like in the Philippines?

 

Nestle fresh Milk and corn flakes with "smucker's" strawberry preserves (strawberry jam is horrid) or sugar is excellent

 

Edit : got hungry so I had a bowl while watching the wood whisperer on utube

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