“41st. & Dunbar”
5639 Dunbar Street
Vancouver, B.C.

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An Ulster Fry, a Fry-up,
an Irish Breakfast or
a Full English Breakfast

(pick your favourites from the following)

♣  Glass of Fruit Juice

♣  Hot or Cold Cereal, Porridge (Scotts, Ready-Brek, Dorset, McCann or other Irish Oatmeal)

♣  Half a Grapefruit or cup of Fruit Cocktail

♣  One Old Country Cottage Sausage, Dubliner, The London Pub Sausage or English Breakfast Sausage

♣  Two slices of Irish, Gammon, Ayrshire or Streaky bacon

♣  Two slices of Black Pudding

♣  Two slices of White Pudding

♣  Two slices of Irish Soda Bread, Irish Brown Bread, Irish Potato Loaf or One slice of Fried Bread or Two slices of Scottish Batch/Well Fired Bread

♣  Your favourite English / Scottish, Preserves or Marmalade

♣  One Potato Cake, Potato Scone or Irish Potato Bread

♣  Kippers or Smoked Haddock (optional)

♣  Two tablespoons of British Style Heinz or HP Beans

♣  Two eggs: sunny side up, over easy or scrambled

♣  One Medium tomatoes cut in half

♣  Two small Potatoes or one table spoon of Hash Browns

♣  Two or three Mushrooms, sliced or quartered

♣  Salt & White Pepper to taste

♣  Scones: (Butter, Devon Cream & Strawberry Jam) or Scottish Oatcakes, Jam or Marmalade

♣  English Muffins (available in original or sourdough) or English Crumpets.

♣  Irish Breakfast Tea: (Barry's, Bewley's, Namosa, Nambarrie, Scottish Blend etc.)

By no means are you expected to include all the above ingredients in your breakfast, as the menu varies from location to location in the U.K. So pick your favourites and enjoy your Ulster Fry - Irish breakfast




How to Serve a Traditional
Ulster Fry

Procedure:

1. Your table will need to have teacups or coffee cups, small juice glasses filled with fresh squeezed orange juice, real cream, sugar, warm fresh Irish Soda Bread, Irish Brown Bread, Irish Potato Loaf, Scottish Batch Bread or scones, and butter. A serving of your favourite English or Scottish Preserve or Marmalade

2. Brew up a big pot of your favourite breakfast loose-leaf tea and serve it as soon as everyone sits down at the table. Barry's, Bewley's, Scottish Blend, Taylor's of Harrogate, Marks & Spencer, or any British or Irish tea are always a favourite.

3. Serve your family a bowl of hot oatmeal, Scottish Oats or McCann Irish Oatmeal while you're cooking the rest of the breakfast.

Or if they prefer a half a grapefruit, or a bowl of fruit cocktail.

4. Fry several slices of Irish, Gammon, Ayrshire or Streaky bacon and your favourite sausages and then put them aside under a paper towel. Our favourites are the Old Country Cottage, The Dubliner, The London Pub Sausage or English Breakfast.

5. Next cut the tomatoes in half and fry them with your Black Pudding, White Pudding and mushrooms. Potatoes can vary from whole Potatoes cut in quarters to hash browns to Potato Scones

6. Fry the eggs last (or scramble them to order), arrange all the food decoratively onto plates and serve it all at once.

7. A couple of slices of your favourite bread. Canadians like to butter toast while it is still hot. The Brits and the Irish serve toast cold on a toast rack and butter it later.

8. Other options include Scottish Potato Scones or Irish Potato Bread.

9. Kippers & Smoked Haddock are not for everyone. I like kippers as a start for my Sunday morning breakfast.




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      Hot or Cold Cereal, Porridge (Scotts, Dorset Cereals, McCann or other Irish Oatmeal)

   One of the following: Old Country Cottage Sausage, Dubliner, The London Pub Sausage, English Breakfast

      Irish, Gammon, Ayrshire or Streaky bacon

 
   
 

   Black Pudding

 
 

   White Pudding

   A Scottish or English, Jam or Marmalade of your choice

   Irish Soda Bread, Irish Brown Bread, Irish Potato Loaf. or Scottish Batch/Well Fired Bread or Fried Bread (a slice of bread trimmed and fried in bacon drippings)

   Potato Cake, Potato Scone or Irish Potato Bread

   Kippers or Smoked Haddock (optional)

 

   British Style Heinz or HP Beans

   Scones: (Butter, Devon Cream & Strawberry Jam) or Scottish Oatcakes

   English Muffins (available in original or sourdough) or English Crumpets.

   Irish Breakfast Tea: (Barry's, Ty-phoo, Bewley's, Namosa, Nambarrie, Scottish Blend, PG Tips etc.)

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