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    does anyone know what this constitutes? just trying to clear up a discussion with mates. google doesn't give me anything conclusive...
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    pancakes?
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    Whatever it is, I'm fairly certain that it would be deep-fried.
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    (Original post by 4Ed)
    does anyone know what this constitutes? just trying to clear up a discussion with mates. google doesn't give me anything conclusive...
    Bacon, eggs, home fries, (which are potato stuff), mushrooms and bread.
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    (Original post by Mr White)
    Whatever it is, I'm fairly certain that it would be deep-fried.
    didnt someone say you had left?
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    (Original post by theaman)
    Bacon, eggs, home fries, (which are potato stuff), mushrooms and bread.
    that sounds like an Full English (bar the fries)
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    (Original post by theaman)
    Bacon, eggs, home fries, (which are potato stuff), mushrooms and bread.
    mushrooms?

    when i lived in america we just ate cereal or toast. Sometimes pancakes on a saturday.
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    Everything and anything I think, basically.
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    (Original post by james101)
    didnt someone say you had left?
    Didn't someone once say that idiots shouldn't be let loose on computers?
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    (Original post by 4Ed)
    that sounds like an Full English (bar the fries)
    No, the homefries, are small, bit like small roast potatoes, and thats if they are in there at all.

    There's no baked beans in there either.

    English breakfasts are far bigger - often stuff like hash browns are included, tomatoes, some people have black pudding too.
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    so what do hotels mean when they say that they provide American Breakfast?

    cereal, toast and orange juice is called Continental breakfast...

    (Original post by Mr White)
    Didn't someone once say that idiots shouldn't be let loose on computers?
    And then came the Internet.
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    (Original post by grace)
    mushrooms?

    when i lived in america we just ate cereal or toast. Sometimes pancakes on a saturday.
    When I was in a diner, thats what was on offer.
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    'donuts'
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    (Original post by kieshaxxx)
    Everything and anything I think, basically.
    No, thats an English Breakfast!
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    grrr where are all the americans when we (finally ) need them?
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    (Original post by theaman)
    When I was in a diner, thats what was on offer.
    I love those lil diners! Silver dollar pancakes, they were so cute! Plus they have like those breakfast sausages, like link sausages or something
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    (Original post by 4Ed)
    grrr where are all the americans when we (finally ) need them?
    i am one! Well...half....when it suits me! Travelling to california, out comes the American passport. Debates about bush, and i stick to my Kiwi heritage, lol
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    (Original post by grace)
    I love those lil diners! Silver dollar pancakes, they were so cute! Plus they have like those breakfast sausages, like link sausages or something
    Oh yeah - forgot about those lovely sausages!

    Pancakes are always on offer - but I don't think that is part of an normal American Breakfast.
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    so what's the hotel definition of the American breakfast.....


    i think those little pink sausages are chipolatas, are they not?
 
 
 
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