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What Difference in English breakfast and American Breakfast

I loved the breakfast. I love going out to eat for breakfast. I love the presence of eggs, sunny side up, over easy, scrambled or omelets. Then there are my favorite childhood pancakes, breads stage, French toast and hot oatmeal with maple syrup. What can America deny them fresh, piping hot biscuits made from scratch served with thick gravy sausage country? I do not.

I loved the breakfast so much that I could eat it at dawn. I can eat at noon. So I like having breakfast for dinner! While I love so dearly, it is something I do not indulge in often since I live in France. The French do not do much for breakfast. They continued in that light and focus on lunch, the largest meal, which can consist of at least three if not four courses! Even if you were to buy components and do Sunday brunch nice here in France, it's just not the same "return to the homeland." It's one of the first things I do when I get back to the states, and out to breakfast.

The only place that does breakfast to my standards to be England. Now they know all about having good larvae even on weekends. So you can image on this last trip there my first culinary adventure will be a proper English breakfast. Now, the English even serve breakfast all day long!

While the English do a great fry up, it does differ from Americans enough to make distinctions. A typical English breakfast would consist of eggs (so far so good), toast and sausage (OK, keep going), then move to serving tomatoes, baked beans and mushrooms (Hm? Different) They would also have some kind of potato fried perhaps even French fries. Apart from the fries part, this does not differ much from our hash browns.

To round out the meal you'd have a pot of coffee or tea and a glass of juice. (I'll have the coffee thank you.) And don't forget to top off your eggs and fried foods with some Brown Sauce. (ah, OK. If you say so.)

Brown sauce is it exactly? It's not a tomato sauce, it's not barbecue sauce. It has some similar to both the British and after so unlike anything else. it is good. It's different. It's nice my potatoes but I'll give up and put it on my eggs. I had dropped my toast in a bit to finish off the bread, but that's about it.

Service tomatoes (tomatoes) with breakfast? No problem. Mushrooms? No problem either. If you were to put it in an omelet you cannot be a flash twice in this dish breakfast. Baked beans? Excuse me? For breakfast? Oh alright. I'll think about it before making a decision.

English they have something to baked beans. Why not served at breakfast, and they go well with eggs and potatoes. They are filling and delicious. They come in for breakfast, but this is not the last of them. In England you will see them again. I promise you. Will soon find just how often they come when you eat the typical English way next time you visit this wonderful and diverse country.

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