Non veni pacem mittere, sed gladium.
Well...except for the roasted tomatoes. Not my favorite.
Soak 'em in the egg yolk - Mmmmm!
I hate to tell ya, but I think we revert to vegetarianism there, like Adam and Eve. ;-)
I love it all, and maybe a bit of hot yellow mustard on the side to dip my sausages in?
An elderly couple met their demise in an auto accident and were transported to Heaven. The faithful couple were recognized by St. Peter and escorted into the welcome center, where they began to take in all the wonder and amazement of the place.St. Peter pointed out the food court and told them that they could of course eat anything and not worry about their health. The husband especially began partaking of the pastries and deserts. The wife was amazed at the beauty, the peace and the joy she felt and commented over and over about what a nice place Heaven was and how happy she felt to be there.However, the husband began looking quite grim. His wife inquired what the problem was. The husband sneered, "If it weren't for you and your oat bran muffins & healthy food, we'd probably have been here 15 years ago!"
eat this for breakfast every day and you too will get there early
Same Breakfast I had at the Farmers Inn in Warminster. Damn it was good!
The eggs, hash browns, toast and ham or sausage would fill me up. I'd have to have more coffee though. Use to be I would have to have a few more eggs with it. But I left my teens 50+ years ago.
Since this is Heaven, Whisky before breakfast!
And make it a double!
That was my breakfast on St. Patrick's day. Still full.
One look at that picture and my heart skipped a beat! (Probably from my already clogged arteries)
Preach it, brother. I actually let out a little involuntary sigh. Dream breakfast.
i question the lack of a pint of rum next to the coffee
Looks pretty darn tasty!
Ummm. Pass the gravy, please.
For everyone that trashes British food. THAT is a "traditional" British breakfast. --Ray