The Complete Guide to the Full English Breakfast

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There is nothing quite like a full English breakfast. Whether it be fuel for a hard day of labor, a comforting meal to ward off a dreary forecast, or the cure for an epic hangover, the “full Monty” or “fry-up”, as the meal is also called, is a celebration of breakfast. It is breakfast as feast. While the meal has, over the course of time, become refined into a foundational set of ingredients — eggs, bacon, sausage, mushrooms, tomato, beans, and toast — it also reflects the diversity of the British Isles, with each region offering its own variation on the full spread.



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