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Unusual meal additions

So went for a Toby Carvery breakfast yesterday. As if two sausages, 2 bacon, fried egg, scrambled egg, mushrooms, beans, potatoes, 3 toast and jam wasn’t enough, they lob a Jumbo Yorkshire Pudding in for good measure.

Was gorgeous but there was definitely part of me that felt a filthy wrong un having a yorkie with breakfast.

Agreed?

Any meals anyone else has something unusual with?
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  • It's a northern thing. They have jam on Yorkshires.
  • You can’t have a Yorkshire with your breakfast. Australians eat chips with their fry up which is an abomination.
  • Always love vinegar on egg and bacon, but have received some very funny looks when asking for it.
  • So went for a Toby Carvery breakfast yesterday. As if two sausages, 2 bacon, fried egg, scrambled egg, mushrooms, beans, potatoes, 3 toast and jam wasn’t enough, they lob a Jumbo Yorkshire Pudding in for good measure.

    Was gorgeous but there was definitely part of me that felt a filthy wrong un having a yorkie with breakfast.

    Agreed?

    Any meals anyone else has something unusual with?

    What did you have for elevenses?
  • Stig said:

    Always love vinegar on egg and bacon, but have received some very funny looks when asking for it.

    I get funny looks when I ask for Worcestershire sauce to put on scrambled eggs.
  • Des O'Connor
  • edited December 2018

    Des O'Connor

    always found him a bit tasteless personally

    edit - ironically I think this should be in the cheesy singer thread
  • edited December 2018

    Stig said:

    Always love vinegar on egg and bacon, but have received some very funny looks when asking for it.

    I have to have vinegar with bacon and asked the waitress for some yesterday. She come back with half a bottle poured into a small milk jug with a long coffee spoon for me to ‘serve’ it. Bizarre
    You're having vinegar on bacon and it's the serving receptacle that is bizarre? :smile:
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  • Stig said:

    Always love vinegar on egg and bacon, but have received some very funny looks when asking for it.

    I have to have vinegar with bacon and asked the waitress for some yesterday. She come back with half a bottle poured into a small milk jug with a long coffee spoon for me to ‘serve’ it. Bizarre
    You're having vinegar on bacon and it's the serving receptacle that is bizarre? :smile:
    It was only a few years ago I discovered vinegar with bacon was a rarity and not the norm
  • Salt, vinegar and pepper all over a full english is normal procedure isn’t it?
  • Salt, vinegar and pepper all over a full english is normal procedure isn’t it?

  • Stig said:

    Always love vinegar on egg and bacon, but have received some very funny looks when asking for it.

    I get funny looks when I ask for Worcestershire sauce to put on scrambled eggs.
    I do the same - good additon.
  • Stig said:

    Always love vinegar on egg and bacon, but have received some very funny looks when asking for it.

    I have to have vinegar with bacon and asked the waitress for some yesterday. She come back with half a bottle poured into a small milk jug with a long coffee spoon for me to ‘serve’ it. Bizarre
    You're having vinegar on bacon and it's the serving receptacle that is bizarre? :smile:
    It was only a few years ago I discovered vinegar with bacon was a rarity and not the norm
    My missus also has vinegar on bacon.

    So, so wrong.
  • It's a northern thing. They have jam on Yorkshires.

    my cockney grandma loved a bit of jam on her Yorkshire pud, hot or cold .. I put a peeled and cored Bramley apple in with a home made beef stew .. adds a delicious bite of both sweet and sour .. y'all should try it
  • edited December 2018
    My mate Dave from Hull used to sprinkle his old JT with chip spice as a little treat for his missus.
  • PopIcon said:

    My mate Dave from Hull used to sprinkle his old JT with chip spice as a little treat for his missus.

    less sticky than Nutella
  • PopIcon said:

    My mate Dave from Hull used to sprinkle his old JT with chip spice as a little treat for his missus.

    Proper romantic that.
  • The cheese course in a meal. I love cheese, but can't see the point in a cheese course in a meal
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  • Salt, vinegar and pepper all over a full english is normal procedure isn’t it?

    Is in my house, though the vinegar is only for the bacon and tinned tomatoes
  • PopIcon said:

    My mate Dave from Hull used to sprinkle his old JT with chip spice as a little treat for his missus.

    never mind about jam on Yorkie pud .. THAT is REAL Yorkshire ((:>)
  • Salt, vinegar and pepper all over a full english is normal procedure isn’t it?

    Is in my house, though the vinegar is only for the bacon and tinned tomatoes
    Put vinegar in when making tuna mayo, along with loads of pepper.
  • My grandparents were Scots and whenever I used to stay they would put gravy on a fried breakfast. And I thought I was the only one who likes vinegar on bacon and eggs but clearly not
  • yorkshire pud's fine with brekkie, it's just pancake mix cooked differently. no stranger than having scrambled eggs instead of fried
  • Salt, vinegar and pepper all over a full english is normal procedure isn’t it?

    Is in my house, though the vinegar is only for the bacon and tinned tomatoes
    Worcester Sauce is nice on tinned tomatoes too
  • Jam on Yorkshires is nice
  • Vinegar on a full English is a red card in my book, just wrong.
  • Sauerkraut served with roast turkey here, always think it's weird.
  • Salt, vinegar and pepper all over a full english is normal procedure isn’t it?

    Is in my house, though the vinegar is only for the bacon and tinned tomatoes
    Put vinegar in when making tuna mayo, along with loads of pepper.
    I also have it with tuna.

    I reckon I stink of vinegar
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