English Breakfast in Seattle…

It’s time for ABC Wednesday started by Mrs. Nesbitt and administrated by Roger and the team! E is for English Breakfast in ellen b.’s kitchen in the Seattle area.

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My Seattle version of English breakfast! Whenever Dear and I get home from a trip to England we miss the breakfasts we enjoyed. We make our own version at home but it’s not that easy to find nice sausages like the ones we were able to enjoy in England.

2015-06-21 katy and jacobE is also for ellen b. This photo was taken at our daughter’s friend’s wedding this past June.

About Ellenhttps://happywonderer.com/I am a wife, mother, baba (grandmother) and a loyal friend. Jesus is my King and my hope is in my future with Him.

26 thoughts on “English Breakfast in Seattle…

  1. i’ve never eaten one…. overhere in The Netherlands a breakfast like this is not common…. but maybe some day i will be somewhere where it is 😉

    Have a nice day Ellen.

    ♫ Mel☺dy ♪ (abc-w)

  2. I’ve had traditional English breakfasts whilst in England, but there’s so much food it just makes me want to go back to sleep! Delicious, though. And English Breakfast tea is so good! I think this type of breakfast is better for dinner. Great post – you’ve made me hungry. LOL

    abcw team

  3. Yummy all looks delicious, I like to have English breakfast for supper….Where’s the bacon Ellen ?
    Great pictures Ellen.
    Best wishes,
    ABCW team

  4. We are an omelette family. The egg equivalent of pizza! I would take the sausage, mushrooms, tomatoes, and all and throw them into a skillet with lots of garlic. Yes, I am JUST that bad a flipper of eggs! Amy

  5. HI Ellen, been a long tkime since we visited… Im so glad I popped in today… Your breakfast made me so hungry… reminded me of our wondrous Irish breakfasts we enjoyed last spring…..yes, we finally made it to the Uk , well, Northern Ireland and the Republic…. Your posts always made we so want to travel…And you, also, introduced me today to ABC Wednesday which is so fun!
    Thanks and happy blogging!

  6. One of the greatest English Breakfasts I’ve had was when we stopped for lunch at a small shoppe in Teddington, the last time we were in England. Wonderful!!!!!

  7. I. love an English breakfast, but I should like to have it at lunchtime! In any hotel I visited the past few years one could get an English breakfast, but also Asian, American with pancakes. etc.
    My breakfast consists of müsli with milk or yoghurt and a cup of tea. At ten or eleven o’clock however, I’d like coffee with a piece of cake or a more modest cookie.
    Thank you for sharing your delicious looking breakfast!
    Wil, ABCW Team

  8. I could never eat all that in the morning ! Fortunately they often also have “Breakfast all day” so I prefer to eat it for lunch, lol !

    ABC Wednesday

  9. Ellen, have you tried looking for English Breakfast sausage at Double D meats in Seattle? I’ve never seen such an array of sausages as they have there. Our kids shop there regularly!

  10. Your English Breakfast looks better than the ones we had at our hotel several years ago. If I recall rightly, ours had beans on the plate too, and we didn’t particularly care for the sausages. They seemed not as meaty as sausages here in the US. What is in those British sausages anyway?

    • Jody, Our favorite sausages were the ones we picked out at any of the local butchers close to where we were staying in self catering cottages. They had a variety, not the typical hotel sausages. When we are in Eastern Washington we love to buy potato sausages from a local meat company close to our sons place.

  11. Yum! Reminds me of the Irish breakfast we had in Ireland. I actually tried the “black pudding” because I wanted the full experience. I didn’t know it was blood sausage. 🙂

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