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The great breakfast dilemma: should baked beans be part of a full English?

9 July 2022

9:00 AM

9 July 2022

9:00 AM

Red Sauce Brown Sauce: A British Breakfast Odyssey Felicity Cloake

Mudlark, pp.384, 16.99

A popular pastime in Britain is to post one’s breakfast on social media for strangers to pass judgment on bacon crispiness, egg doneness and whether baked beans are a vital component or just spoil the whole thing.

Felicity Cloake is a writer after my own heart: she is not a fan of beans with her full English.

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