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2 minutes ago, NSWP said:

Left over from the Vietnam War or Gallipoli.  

The Boer war, I think?

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15 hours ago, brian1 said:

Ice hockey.The secret was to bosh everything in a deep fat fryerIf I could speak Mandarin Chinese,I could have explained my order better,but still get the same,lol.Fried eggs don't exist here in Southern Italy.

How do they serve them?

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Oops wrong threead

 

 

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15 minutes ago, GUT2407 said:

Oops wrong threead

 

 

This is the right thread for making mistakes.😋

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3 hours ago, GUT2407 said:

How do they serve them?

Mixed in Carbonara or frittata.

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5 hours ago, lyndarra said:

On last years' tour of Qatar, Israel, Jordan and Turkey I had no problem getting fried eggs any way I wanted them. But bacon???? Not a scrap.

I'll be in Italy in a few weeks so I'll check out the eggs, carefully.

In London,Muslim owned cafes do a beef type bacon,not bad.

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6 hours ago, MicCanberra said:

Or one of these for Melbourne cup day.

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You'll have to stop spilling the beans Mick.Just remembered,it was the Westin in Sydney.

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2 minutes ago, brian1 said:

In London,Muslim owned cafes do a beef type bacon,not bad.

I tried that at one hotel. Did nothing for me.

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2 minutes ago, lyndarra said:

I tried that at one hotel. Did nothing for me.

True,you can't beat the real thing.We had the beef stuff in Turkey also.

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5 hours ago, NSWP said:

I could not live without bacon.

Deliciou is a shake salt that you can make anything taste like bacon (don’t get the smell though)

https://au.deliciou.com/

 

Cheers Carole

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1 hour ago, brian1 said:

In London,Muslim owned cafes do a beef type bacon,not bad.

Is it called bison bits?

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18 minutes ago, MicCanberra said:

Is it called bison bits?

No,it's food on the hoof.

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On 10/15/2019 at 5:13 PM, brian1 said:

In London,Muslim owned cafes do a beef type bacon,not bad.

Also chicken bacon and chicken sausages are served in many foreign hotels where eating cow or pork is a hanging offence.

 

But getting back on subject to Holiday Inn, the real bacon and real snags should be on the menu at HI KX.

 

Don't start me on Halal.

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Bottom line,I think.Privately booked hotels,no problem.Cruiseline packages,fobbed off to a conference room with small kitchen and non English speaking staff who have never cooked an egg in their life,lol.

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Not sure about some places but most reputable hotel chains do a good job as they cannot afford not to.

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As I said it was the Westin,but no worries.One of the best breakfast buffets I've seen was in Dubai,it was the size of a football pitch.I had a hard boiled egg and a slice of dry toast cos I flew in from India with Delhi belly the night before.Lol.

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16 hours ago, brian1 said:

As I said it was the Westin,but no worries.One of the best breakfast buffets I've seen was in Dubai,it was the size of a football pitch.I had a hard boiled egg and a slice of dry toast cos I flew in from India with Delhi belly the night before.Lol.

But was there black pudding and white pudding young Brian?   Holiday Inn in UK had it as did P&O UK.   I love the kippers for brekkie on the P&O UK ships, lubbly jubbly.😁  And as the stewards say on the ships...'Enjoy your Breeaaakfaaast.

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5 hours ago, NSWP said:

But was there black pudding and white pudding young Brian?   Holiday Inn in UK had it as did P&O UK.   I love the kippers for brekkie on the P&O UK ships, lubbly jubbly.😁  And as the stewards say on the ships...'Enjoy your Breeaaakfaaast.

Funny enough when we boarded the Aurora that day,I had a miraculous recovery,but amnesia when filling in the health form.After a couple of days,back to the black pudding,lol.PS, there wasn't any noro outbreaks after I boarded.

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