Ed Rooney Posted October 12, 2013 Share Posted October 12, 2013 This is sort of a photo question, subject-wise, anyway. I know a place on Third Avenue, an Irish bar, of course, that does a good full Irish, and I'm sure there are several others here in NYC. Unfortunately this bar is so dark I can barely make out what's on the plate, let alone snap photos. In Dublin, I had this heart attack on a plate every morning, including the flight day back to New York, where the breakfast was served at the airport. A nice touch, I thought. When I lived in Oxfordshire, I sometimes had the full English, but for my lunch. Black pudding is an acquired taste, perhaps part of my Irish DNA, 'cause I like it, the dark, smoky taste. White pudding is a total mystery to me, tasteless with a somewhat unpleasant texture—don't like it at all. Eggs, bangers, back bacon, grilled tomatoes, mushrooms, toast, beans and stuff I ate every bite, and it didn't spoil my appetite for a large pub lunch . . . and dinner. I'm wondering how the full breakfast varies in your part of the world? (I eat oatmeal and blueberries every morning now.) D5EE1A http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Full_Irish_breakfast Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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