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    Default We're going to be having a couple of nice breakfasts across here

    Dh was in London this week for business and he brought back some breakfast sausages. MMMM!!!!
    Now that is something that I really miss about the UK and that I can buy here but cost the earth.
    He also got a great deal.
    8 breakfast sausages for 99p from M&S (he brought back a few packages - they are now in the freezer).

    So guess what we are having for breakfast tomorrow - bacon, sausage, egg, fried tomato, mushrooms and toast MM! MM! MM! - I can hardly wait.
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    That makes it nice to get up in the morning for.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dutchie View Post
    Dh was in London this week for business and he brought back some breakfast sausages. MMMM!!!!
    Now that is something that I really miss about the UK and that I can buy here but cost the earth.
    He also got a great deal.
    8 breakfast sausages for 99p from M&S (he brought back a few packages - they are now in the freezer).

    So guess what we are having for breakfast tomorrow - bacon, sausage, egg, fried tomato, mushrooms and toast MM! MM! MM! - I can hardly wait.
    what about the hash browns and black pudding (yuk) my partner loves b.p.

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    Quote Originally Posted by she who can not cook View Post
    what about the hash browns and black pudding (yuk) my partner loves b.p.
    I am the only one who would eat hash browns (which I love) and no one here will eat black pudding.
    Even when I lived in Scotland, I wouldn't eat black pudding and I don't think the gang here would appreciate it (as you said - yuk!).

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    I love English breakfast, but it's so unhealthy

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    The black pudding people from Bury now make a vegetarian black pudding! It's delicious, I was very sceptical but spoke the the guys who make them and the secret ingredient is BEETROOT! DH took some in for his meat eating work collegues to taste and they prefer it to non-veggie bp so each time we buy some we have to buy extra for them too.

    Hope you enjoyed your fry up btw

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    Quote Originally Posted by britbunny View Post
    The black pudding people from Bury now make a vegetarian black pudding! It's delicious, I was very sceptical but spoke the the guys who make them and the secret ingredient is BEETROOT! DH took some in for his meat eating work collegues to taste and they prefer it to non-veggie bp so each time we buy some we have to buy extra for them too.

    Hope you enjoyed your fry up btw
    It was great.
    We shared some of the sausages with my parents in law AND we still have some in the freezer.

    Maybe we'll have the rest this weekend or at Easter.
    Just a little something to look forward to.

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    Quote Originally Posted by britbunny View Post
    The black pudding people from Bury now make a vegetarian black pudding! It's delicious, I was very sceptical but spoke the the guys who make them and the secret ingredient is BEETROOT! DH took some in for his meat eating work collegues to taste and they prefer it to non-veggie bp so each time we buy some we have to buy extra for them too.

    Hope you enjoyed your fry up btw
    Just thought I'd add - do you know what the Dutch call black pudding?
    Blood sausage (bloed worst) - sounds even more yuk - don't you think?

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    lol, my first boyfriend was Dutch so yeah they called it blood sausage too, which does make it sound worse :-) Glad you enjoyed the sausages *yum*

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    thats what i missed when i was on holiday real english pork sausages, wheni got back home i made my self a sausage sandwich. Tell your DH to go to tesco's next time, i get a bag of 20 sausages for 99p - they are frozen tho so probably not a wise move, but they are reall good.

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