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The Great British Breakfast

Cole Moreton, noting that only 1% of the British public starts the day with a traditional fry-up (as opposed to 50% in the 1950s), sets out to explore the modern British breakfast. It’s a landscape populated with chandeliers, black pudding, Hell’s Angels and “best pork catering sausages” (I’m guessing Jamie Oliver wouldn’t approve), via a 5 star hotel and a truck stop that sells 3,000lb of bacon and 2,000 sausages a week. Read more about his culinary adventures in The Times, as he tries to work out what Britain’s breakfast habits say about the nation.


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