A Full British Breakfast - Eggs, bacon, sausage, Baked Beans, grilled or fried tomatoes, black pudding (Blood Pudding) Fried slice (or Toast) mushrooms and a nice big mug of tea. If you really want a true English, you must try the truckers cafes.
These light, flaky and citrus filled Lemon Poppy Seed scones are a cinch to make and are the perfect breakfast for a dull January morning!
Welsh cakes are so easy to make from scratch, and you don't even need an oven to bake them! These round little cakes - made of flour, sugar, butter and dried fruits - are traditionally eaten around tea-time, but we also love to eat them for Sunday breakfast.
Recipe 52: Welsh rarebit. Charles Elme Francatelli. 1852. A Plain Cookery Book for the Working Classes. England. The chief chef for Queen Victoria writes a cookbook to tell the Dickensian poor how to prepare meals at home. (Sitwell writes that this is nearly the only decent recipe in the book.)