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    • MSE Nick T
    • By MSE Nick T 10th Aug 18, 11:49 AM
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    Lidl English Breakfast Pan
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    • 10th Aug 18, 11:49 AM
    Lidl English Breakfast Pan 10th Aug 18 at 11:49 AM
    Came across this in the news this morning:

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/femail/food/article-6042613/Cut-price-English-breakfast-pan-Lidl-lets-cook-multiple-items-goes-viral.html

    Not sure about you guys, but i'm pretty pumped about this one!

    MSE 1 fry-up anyone?
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    • dekaspace
    • By dekaspace 11th Aug 18, 1:13 AM
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    What are the differences?

    Is it black pudding?
    And a slice of haggis?
    Originally posted by Pyxis

    Generally tattie scone instead of hash brown and sometimes square sausage instead of regular, black and white pudding and haggis are just extras/variations.
    • Gloomendoom
    • By Gloomendoom 11th Aug 18, 2:03 AM
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    Gloomendoom
    Generally tattie scone instead of hash brown and sometimes square sausage instead of regular, black and white pudding and haggis are just extras/variations.
    Originally posted by dekaspace
    No hash browns in an English breakfast. A MacDonalds breakfast maybe.
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    • onlyroz
    • By onlyroz 11th Aug 18, 6:22 PM
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    onlyroz
    I've always cooked bacon, sausage and egg in the same pan - usually with the mushrooms floating about as well. Never had any issues. As for the egg in the pic being overcooked, that's exactly how I like them - runny yolk with a crispy frill around the edge. Yum yum.
    • DigForVictory
    • By DigForVictory 11th Aug 18, 6:46 PM
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    DigForVictory
    It looks like it was styled with the hapless bachelor in mind (of either gender) and a complete scrote to clean properly.

    But then we've a Massive frying pan for breakfasts out camping that requires a trivet or we put the coals out.
    • dekaspace
    • By dekaspace 11th Aug 18, 7:18 PM
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    No hash browns in an English breakfast. A MacDonalds breakfast maybe.
    Originally posted by Gloomendoom
    Its something I have seen when staying in hotels, almost always get hash browns with the breakfast just as you almost always get tattie scones on a Scottish breakfast.

    So maybe just a hotel thing, I don't like them myself and don't eat fry ups so can't say.
    • Pyxis
    • By Pyxis 11th Aug 18, 7:22 PM
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    Yes, hash browns do seem to be on hotel breakfast buffets a lot.
    Another American import.

    Sometimes, shock horror! they completely replace fried bread, which is a sacrilege.

    Although the art of frying bread properly is also declining.

    But a nicely fried piece of bread topped with hot (not lukewarm) baked beans is nectar of the gods. Mmmmmmmmmmm! Yum heaven.
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    • Exile_geordie
    • By Exile_geordie 13th Aug 18, 11:44 AM
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    I love hash browns. And fried bread.
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    • welshbookworm
    • By welshbookworm 13th Aug 18, 11:58 AM
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    Does anyone remember those split saucepans as well?

    I inherited a double split saucepan and a triple split saucepan.

    Used them a few times and then, yes, stuck them in the cupboard.
    They might be useful for camping.


    Except I don't go camping!


    This was the sort of thing......they all fitted on one ring, and one handle was interchangeable.

    (I think the double one had a handle on each half).

    Originally posted by Pyxis
    I had one of these when I was married ( only had a one ring cooker) , horrible things to clean.
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