June 28, 2013
A classic full English breakfast, served up in a neighbourhood greasy spoon.
Here's what's on the plate (clockwise), starting with a lorne sausage at the bottom. Yes, that square thing. Tastes just like any other processed breakfast link/sausage you've ever tried but the meat was a bit coarser than links . Next up is some breakfast ham, a greasy egg, baked beans in the middle, delicious blood pudding and a tattie scone. The tattie scone and lorne sausage are apparently what makes this a Scottish version of a full English.
The blood pudding tasted similar to our local Lunenburg pudding...basically lots of blood and spices to cover up the flavour of the blood. The toast was thin and drenched in margarine. No nutritional value in those soggy slabs, that's for sure. Jamie Oliver would not be best pleased.
All in all, a great way to start a day of travel. I think I read somewhere that you should eat a lot of protein before a flight...at least, that's what I kept telling myself as I scarfed it all down.