Sunday, 20 October 2013

Roast Or Toast?

I have just had a fry up, the best fry up I have had in a long time. There was bacon, allllllll the bacon. There was eggs. Sausage, mushrooms and tomatoes. There was also a roll, (although up here they call them breadcakes-I don't think I will ever get used to that) there was laughter and happiness and a huge mug of coffee and life is good.

What there isn't today, is a roast dinner. I've never actually cooked a roast dinner in my life. I feel bad about this, I'm a grown up and sometimes all you want it a roast dinner and yet I've never made one. Sundays for me are all about a fry up, newspapers and generally chilling out with the family. I don't want to be tied to an oven on a Sunday. I want to enjoy the day. 

But how about you? Are you a roast or toast sort of person? Would you rather have a roast dinner, or a fry up. Or would you rather cook a roast dinner on a Sunday or a cooked brekkie?

Let me know.

Big Fashionista x x 


  1. Fry up! But I'm used to chicken and rice on Sunday...and yeah they're breadcakes or baps, it's the northern way! :-)

  2. I really a fancy a roast dinner today but we're having a fry up for

  3. Incidentally, I am northern, and have NEVER used the phrase "breadcake". Roll, bap, or barm. But mainly just "roll".

  4. Both! Love my roast dinners but then again, fry ups are just the thing on a Sunday morning...
    I have to take exception to you accusing northerners of weird things like the word "breadcake" - that's a Yorkshire thing! Over here in Lancashire, they're buns - perfectly normal.

    Jess xo

  5. We never have roast dinner, unless we are invited out. My husband has cereal for his Sunday lunch!


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