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:

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.


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