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    Posted: September 17 2019 at 6:18pm
This reminds me of the breakfast I had at Bisley at the Shooters Bar at 8AM.


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Looks delicious! Is that a shredded potato cake in the middle?
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Originally posted by Honkytonk Honkytonk wrote:

Looks delicious! Is that a shredded potato cake in the middle?


Not only that but you got buttered toast and then more toast fried in bacon fat as a desert. The coffee was crap but I did get to buy a ton of junk at the arms fair, shoot the 900 M line and the McQueens course.

Shot a 7.62 #5T and a real 1915 SMLE TR rifle.  Had a private tour of the museum before it was opened and met the curator who donated a glass case of six awarded Swedish Olympic 6.5X55 champion rifles from the early 1950s. Saw the Queen's starting rifle in it jig too.




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Altogether Very Fine, MJ, And the breakfast!!  You got me feeling Hungry now!
 
I never did get to Bisley when we lived over there.
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Originally posted by MJ11 MJ11 wrote:

This reminds me of the breakfast I had at Bisley at the Shooters Bar at 8AM.

It doesn't remind me of anything I can get at Bisley. Unhappy


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Mmmmm. Black puddin!Looks like a good breakfast, enough to keep you going until lunch?

It is best to eat it quickly when served, otherwise it starts to congeal and sticks to the plate. 



Now I gotta go eat! Mmmm, fried bread with Marmite coming up!
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I still fry bread in bacon fat!
Try this for a treat.
cut a medium sized hole in the slice of bread, now drop it in the pan of hot bacon grease. Now break an egg & drop it in the hole to fry inside the bread. Just be careful flipping it. Put the bacon on the plate with it. You can actually hear the *Squeeeek* as your arteries harden.
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Eggs in a frame. Love it.
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I would hate to try to shoot 100 rounds prone after eating that.Thumbs Down
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You mark targets in the morning, shoot in the afternoon, otherwise you teeter totter as you shoot.
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ohhhhhh , gonna have a hard time unseein that , nap anyone ?
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As above!!!!!  LOL!
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im not a fan of bangers and beans but there is a lot on that plate i could overeat on in a single sitting without making a measurable dent in that plate 

so much i love there - just sayin , 
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When I was in Blighty in June..my friend took me for "a proper English Breakfast".
That pic above was it (tho your taters look alot better than the frozen diced crap I got as "home fries"
They don't really do "proper" brown beans over there, but I like brown beans w/anything!
You can keep the fried bread ..& they shud stick to what they know...forget trying to serve coffee in Blighty, it's a losing proposition. Stick to tea!
I like mushrooms at any time (unless they are canned). So now I can say I've had "a proper English Breakfast"...but methinks I could improve on it a might!
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Hoadie,
I'm a Brit, and you are dead right on the coffee!  I always drank tea in England, or coffee made at home.
I used to reckon they made the coffee once a week and kept it boiling...
 
Shoes on the other foot here. I always drink coffee when out and about, and drink tea at home!
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My coffee is legendary (or notorious, depending on your POV). I make it French style in big honking cups at about double what most Americas would consider normal strength, but I add a lot of hot milk. its almost espresso in a bucket!

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