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    Personally I prefer the adage little and often !
    Ne te confundant illigitimi It is always a pleasure to see what you can make !, instead of buying it ready made. R Proenneke.

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    Quote Originally Posted by OakAshandThorn View Post
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    I have heard about that, especially the somewhat pompous "full English breakfast".
    Health permitting I go to mainland Spain and Grand Canaria several times a year and whilst I may enjoy Churros and Hot Chocolate as much as a typical Spaniard there is no comparison in terms of food satisfaction between that and a 'full English' breakfast.

    Contrary to the falsehood held by many non Brits, the fresh produce and meat plus dining experience in the UK is now first rate.

    Gone are the days when we were judged by the quality of fish and chips or a cheap curry.
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    In the North of England...Lunch is Dinner, Dinner is Tea....and a breakfast of such calorific value is required to sustain life in the Northern Hemisphere where we don't get warm sunshine on tap....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dreward View Post
    In the North of England...Lunch is Dinner, Dinner is Tea....and a breakfast of such calorific value is required to sustain life in the Northern Hemisphere where we don't get warm sunshine on tap....
    In Norway if someone invites you for tea...that is exactly what you will get....a cup of tea. :-)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rasputin View Post
    You greedy boy Jon Dine like a pauper is dinner. The Idea being big brekky and medium lunch that you can burn of when you are workin and just a snack when you have finished working. You greeeedy boy, lol
    Me???? I'm not a glutton, I just like to snack pretty much all the time, except for breakfast and sometimes lunch as well...full and heavy
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    I am clearly a right traitor! No only am I a northerner I am mostly veggie (okay add beer and i lose my morals & mcdonalds or a bacon sarnie become irresistible) and I never eat breakfast!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dreward View Post
    In the North of England...Lunch is Dinner, Dinner is Tea....and a breakfast of such calorific value is required to sustain life in the Northern Hemisphere where we don't get warm sunshine on tap....
    You are quite right of course, I am also a northern lad (interloper now) and I still say b/fast dinner and tea
    Ne te confundant illigitimi It is always a pleasure to see what you can make !, instead of buying it ready made. R Proenneke.

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