What do you eat for breakfast?

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Janne

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Never heard of Potato Scones either. Must be a Scottish Ethnic thing, that is why I missed in my local Sainsburys!

British Black Pudding is weird for us Scandihooligans.
Salty/peppery. We like ours with (or without) raisins and sweet!
 

Leshy

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Jun 14, 2016
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British Black Pudding is weird for us Scandihooligans.
Salty/peppery. We like ours with (or without) raisins and sweet!
I've been told me it's nice with Jam!?!😵

I'm still not sure , but next outing , I'm definitely gonna try that..

You never know right? 😊
 

Arya

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Never heard of Potato Scones either. Must be a Scottish Ethnic thing, that is why I missed in my local Sainsburys!

British Black Pudding is weird for us Scandihooligans.
Salty/peppery. We like ours with (or without) raisins and sweet!
Their black pudding is salt? 😵
That sounds weird indeed!

To all you Brits out there; Our Scandi black pudding is sweet with a strong taste of cinnamon. I can't vouch for assorted jams on that salty black pudding of yours :p
 

ValeTudoGuy

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Black Pudding (British) is food of the Gods. But I dont cook mine.... It's much better straight off the link into the mouth.

And I have a preference for proper old midlands/northern stuff with big chunks of fat in.... Not this southern small fat chunk muck that has pervaded society so widely.

Edit: I think we need to do a forum "Black Pudding Exchange" with our Nordic brethren.
 

tracker1972

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Bacon and mushrooms in a roll of some sort is my usual breakfast in the woods. Try and hide myself well enough to have a fire in a morning, just reuse everything that was ready from the meal the night before. Best treat though is cook some black pudding, make some bannock up, spread it really thin, wrap the cooked black pudding up in it, then cook the bannock. Might see if I've got a picture of that as well. Getting hungry now...


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Leshy

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WOW...That looks great!
I'll try that!!
Black pudding and bannock sounds like a marriage made in heaven...
 

SaraR

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Never heard of Potato Scones either. Must be a Scottish Ethnic thing, that is why I missed in my local Sainsburys!

British Black Pudding is weird for us Scandihooligans.
Salty/peppery. We like ours with (or without) raisins and sweet!
And with lingonberry jam! :)
 

SaraR

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Mar 25, 2017
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I usually go for a cup of tea followed by oatmeal porridge made with water, loads of cinnamon, pieces of dried apple and raisins. and more tea of course.
 

dwardo

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Recently its been bacon or Sausage and egg MC Muffins. Minus the MC. Muffins are pretty good as they take more of a beating in your pace than bread does. More filling too.
 

Klenchblaize

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I think this is what ought to be aspired to. Posted by Mr Beachlover elsewhere, it's food porn. Looks very like a bowl of fruit and muesli, but cunningly, it isn't. :lmao::lmao::lmao:

[video=youtube_share;hY6saA95-6o]https://youtu.be/hY6saA95-6o[/video]

Everytime I watch it, I get mega hungry. Sorry Paul, just can't help myself mate. ;)
I'm going to try this but first I need to acquire a larger fryIng pan!

Not sure about the need for cheese but as we are some way from a concern for calories or that stuff that resultes in restricted tubes to the heart I guess it may just work.

K
 

Macaroon

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That's a very fine video; there are many who ought to take note of the less is more attitude with the verbals.........And what a fine kitchen knife, eh?