George Bernard Shaw said that the only way to eat well in Britain was to have breakfast three times a day. Guardian food writer Felicity Cloake has put that theory to the test. On an epic bike ride that took her from Penzance to Aberdeen, she sampled the best breakfasts our nation has to offer whether that’s Ulster fry or halwa puris. Featuring venues that range from The Wolsey to the original branch of Gregg’s in Gosforth, Felicity serves up a gastronomic travelogue that is rich in humour, insight and cholesterol.
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