Following a long winter hibernation burning the fat reserves gained from a generous serving of Dutch delicacy kapsalon, our Special Projects Bureau post-pub nosh team has emerged blinking into the spring sunshine to bring you a further selection of quality international cuisine designed to soak up the excesses of a night on the …
And people take issue with US food
Reading this article, I find it amazing people criticize US food choices!
But again: I dare any Reg Hack to come over to the US - preferably the nominal South-east area - and try a proper Waffle House All-The-Way.
Re: And people take issue with US food
Our arteries are up to the challenge. The next time we're Stateside, it's a date.
May I humbly suggest the Bauernfrühstück (farmer's breakfast) available in less reputable parts of Germany. This is essentially a large (6 eggs) omelette filled with fried potato, various high-fat sausage slices and assorted vegetables, which has the advantage of adding high cholesterol to the saturated fat.
Something from the sweet trolley?
I recommend the traditional suet and jam roly-poly pudding, with custard and golden syrup.
Re: Cordon Bennett...
Duly added to the deathmatch list.
Pork Gyros (wrapped)
Nothing like it. Except maybe all the components served on a platter. No, wrap it has to be. Chicken is great, but pork (laced with paprika and rigani) is awesome.
Black pudding vs Morcilla de Burgos?
Baked beans on toast vs Fabada Asturiana (with the obligatory cider...)?
Our works canteen, here in Co. Dublin, serves the Full Irish every morning with black and white pudding. People either have that or a scone. Funny.
But don't forget ..
... quoted in a book about Madison Avenue advertising, a slogan sadly never used:
" If it isn't Wolfschmidt vodka, it isn't breakfast ..."
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