Full English Fry-up.

Friday 29th April 2011

Making a fry up is no easy option. It’s easy to fry food, granted, but to co-ordinate the preparation of 6 different ingredients and serve them all hot, is the hard part.

On top of that, to do it all in a kitchen no bigger than your average toilet cubical adds to the challenge.

I made this last week whilst on holiday and I thought I’d include a photo of the tiny kitchen I cooked it in.


As you can see, two would be a crowd in there. I am not complaining, mealy opening a small side window into my world. My kitchen at home is only a little bigger so I’m quite accustomed to working in small spaces but the lack of surfaces to dish everything up calls for some improvisation.

The best bit about a fry-up for Zephy is the crispy bacon. While he peruses his plate he tends to nibble on a piece.

Yet another excuse to eat with his fingers. πŸ˜‰


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4 Responses to Full English Fry-up.

  1. Stef says:

    Okay, that IS a tiny kitchen – yikes! But your “fry up” looks terrific. Egg, bacon, potatoes, tomato, mushrooms… what’s item #6? Did I miss it? (Toast?)

  2. roger edwards says:

    you know me and a fry up! bring it on

  3. Mistral Zagni says:

    You always make a great fry up. Wonderful crispy bacon and fried potatoes. Yummy!

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