The Ulster Fry is one particularly tasty permutation of the cooked breakfast served throughout the British Isles under various names (English Breakfast, Irish Breakfast, Scottish Breakfast etc.). The Ulster version is similar to fries found in the rest of Ireland, although with perhaps a little more starch to soak up the copious volumes of fat which inevitably attend such a feast.

The usual ingredients are as follows:

Traditionally, all the the meats etc. are fried in a pan, with the potato bread going in last to mop up the juices. However, if you are interested in longer life, you can choose to grill (or "broil", as the United Statesians so quaintly put it) the meat. However, this will leave you with the problem of what to fry the potato bread in - this last is left as an exercise for the reader.

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