A weekend doesn't seem right without a fry-up. Wouldn't want one everyday of course but there is something so celebratory, uplifting and gently patriotic about a full English. Or is that just me?
I dunno, when I was in America a couple of weeks ago I had bacon, sausages and maple syrup every day, probably just because it's weird and I won't have it again for about ten years. I figured I could burn off the calories when I got back but so far no luck."I have no truck with bacon and maple syrup though."
I've recently started getting into black pudding. Not necessarily as a breakfast thing, it can make a nice meaty sandwich for lunch or a light dinner. Great stuff.
That one in the covered market in Oxford
St Giles Cafe, Oxford
There's a German woman in the research group here who makes tea by placing teabag then milk (about a 1/3 of the total volume) then water in the cup. I mean, WTF? How hard is it to make a cup of tea? *despairs*