British breakfasts infographic.  The differences between a full English, Scottish, Welsh and Irish breakfast.

British Breakfast Infographic - See here the Differences between Full English, Scottish, Welsh and Irish Breakfast.

A twist on the traditional fruit scone recipe, jam packed full of dried cranberries, blueberries and cherries.

Very Berry Scones

Very berry scones. A twist on the traditional fruit scone recipe, jam packed full of dried cranberries, blueberries and cherries.

Traditional Scottish Tattie Scones recipe

Scottish Tattie (Potato) Scones Recipe

Scottish Tattie Scone Recipe – How To Make Potato Scones (Savory Muffin Mashed Potatoes)

What is a Full Breakfast and what are the differences in an Irish, Scottish, Ulster, English, and Welsh Fry-Up.

What Do You Think Is In a Full English Breakfast? Find Out Here.

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You don't have to be Welsh to enjoy Welsh Cakes! They are incredibly easy to make and if you don’t have a traditional griddle, then a heavy cast iron frying pan can be used instead.

You don't have to be Welsh to enjoy Welsh Cakes! They are incredibly easy to make and if you don’t have a traditional griddle, then a heavy cast iron frying pan can be used instead.

Parmesan Lavash Chips with Creamy Tomato-Basil Dip Recipe : Giada De Laurentiis : Food Network

Parmesan Lavash Chips with Creamy Tomato-Basil Dip

Chorley Cakes are very similar to other regional cakes such as Eccles Cakes, Banbury Cakes and Hot Cross Buns (in as much as they were a sweet pastry combined with dried fruit) and traditionally were baked for religious festivals. Chorley cakes are flattened, currant-filled cakes made with unsweetened shortcrust pastry and associated with the town of Chorley in Lancashire. Significantly less sweet than Eccles cake, and commonly eaten with butter and a slice of Lancashire cheese.

Chorley Cakes are very similar to other regional cakes such as Eccles Cakes, Banbury Cakes and Hot Cross Buns (in as much as they were a sweet pastry combined with dried fruit) and traditionally were baked for religious festivals. Chorley cakes are flatte

A rarebit recipe with sweet apples and salty cheese – a match made in snacking heaven.

Rosemary and caramelised apple Welsh rarebit

How to Make a Full Welsh Breakfast

How to Make a Full Welsh Breakfast

The sun rising on a full Welsh breakfast - a creation which contains a couple of major surprises you are unlikely to find in other British fried breakfasts

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