Full English Breakfast or "Fry up"
This dish I feel really doesn't need much in the way of a recipe, it's more of a specific combination of foods. With slight variations based on region a few things are universal.
The English Breakfast Society says this:
"The full English breakfast is a centuries old British breakfast tradition dating back to the early 1300's, to this day the English breakfast is hugely popular and you can usually find an English breakfast wherever you find British people, we like to take the tradition with us wherever we go.
The English breakfast began with the gentry and evolved with the Victorians, who refined the tradition and standardized the ingredients to create a truly a national dish, one that is hugely popular to this day and regularly enjoyed by millions of English breakfast lovers from all over the world."
Lots more fascinating information can be found on their website.
I went with bacon of course, a fried egg, a latke in place of the hashbrown, a sausage that ended up looking like a hot dog, sliced tomatoes, baked beans, and pita wedges. I was going to say I made an Israeli style English Breakfast but the bacon rules that out.