One last meal

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You are allowed one last 3 course meal what would it be?

Full english fry up
Full sea food paella
Ben and jerrys cookie dough.

With as much milk as I can drink!

Go on lads what would you have?
 

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Scottish Breakfast
Scottish Breakfast
Rhubarb Crumble.
 

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Those thin salami and ham slice things you get arranged on a plate
Steak and chips
Sticky toffee pudding
 

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Full English Brekky
Sunday Dinner
Banana Split

I'd die a happy happy man.
 

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Full Irish Fry
Steak Dinner (Medium)
Banoffee :)

I also would die in peace :)
 

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Full English,
Mixed Grill,
Christmas Dinner.

Does that count as a three course meal?

I'd probably die if I ate all that in one session anyway.
 

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Continental Breakfast
Roast Beef with all the trimmings
Bakewell Tart with lashings of custard
 

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Not meaning to thread hijack,
but what's the difference between a full English breakfast,
and a full Scottish or Irish breakfast?
I heard Irish breakfasts have white pudding on (what ever that is!?),
but what else?
 

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Full English
Big Mac Meal!
Jelly and Ice cream!
 

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Chicken fillet salad burger with chips
Apple tart:rock:
Spaghetti Bolognese

I heard Irish breakfasts have white pudding on (what ever that is!?)

White pudding is basically pork meat and fat mixed with bread and oatmeal.
Black pudding has pigs blood in it. Cringe all you want, it's yummy.
 

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White pudding is basically pork meat and fat mixed with bread and oatmeal.
Black pudding has pigs blood in it. Cringe all you want, it's yummy.

That sounds quite nice,
I'll have to find somewhere that does it soon.
Yup I'm a big fan of black pudding,
my choices would have 2 big bits of it on the 1st and 2nd meal.
 

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what's the difference between a full English breakfast, and a full Scottish or Irish breakfast?

Sounds like a joke

Pizza Hut or Harvester Salad Bar. Whichever was closer really.
Huge mixed grill, steak cooked medium rare.
Big american style dessert.

Anyone heard of Fatty Arbuckles? Use to be an american style restaurant I went to as a kid. Kind of like Frankie & Bennies but better. The main course and dessert would probably come from there.
 

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Appearantly the difference is as follows:

English Breakfast :
Eggs, bacon, pork / beef sausages, grilled tomato, baked beans, mushrooms, sauteed potatoes, fried bread or hash browns and often enough a bit of black pudding, tea.

Scottish Breakfast
Oats, eggs, bacon, black pudding, white pudding, haggis, pork or beef sausages, grilled tomato, haddock, smoked salmon and griddle scones.

Irish
Irish bacon, Irish sausages, baked beans, black pudding, grilled tomato, sauteed potatoes, Irish soda bread, black pudding, mushrooms, sometimes has liver, tea.

I'm not 100% sure about this. If there's any budding chef's out there, feel free to contribute.
 

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Am i the only one thats going to think of this...

All you can eat buffet
 

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Served in a Norwegian Restaurant next to a crackling logwood fire just outside the Arctic Circle.

English breakfast. No mushrooms/black pudding. Extra fried bread/tomatoes, scrambled egg. 3 x bacon/sausage and homemade lentil, leek, potato and vegetable soup.

Steak and venison (medium rare - most expensive cuts) with roast potatoes and Yorkshire pudding with gravy. Also asparagus/braised red cabbage/mixed greens/broccoli.

Cheesecake with raspberries and strawberries.
 

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Served in a Norwegian Restaurant next to a crackling logwood fire just outside the Arctic Circle.

English breakfast. No mushrooms/black pudding. Extra fried bread/tomatoes, scrambled egg. 3 x bacon/sausage and homemade lentil, leek, potato and vegetable soup.

Steak and venison (medium rare - most expensive cuts) with roast potatoes and Yorkshire pudding with gravy. Also asparagus/braised red cabbage/mixed greens/broccoli.

Cheesecake with raspberries and strawberries.

Dev's a man of style.
 

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Funny I was just talking about this with my brother last week :toung:

1) Loads of bruschettea with goats cheese

2) A huge serving of my mums mac and cheese (its orgasmic)

3) Bonafee Pie with a side of blue berries and maple syrup on them.

That fellas would make me die a happy man.
 
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1 bacon and cheese 1 sausage and cheese 1 cheese Oatcake(s) all with red sauce followed by half a dozen fruit pikelets

Huge Fillet stake and roast parsnips with about 6 pint of Guinness

1 stake and kidney 1 meat and potato and 1 chicken balti pie (wrights of course ) all with more red sauce.

(curry from the local curry house narrowly missed out to the pie selection)

Stokey
 
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