Breakfasting in France poll

Discussion in 'France' started by snowdrops, Sep 29, 2015.

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French hols. Your most frequently eaten, hence fave brekky. Includes your own van cooking.

Poll closed Oct 9, 2015.
  1. Pain au raison

    7.0%
  2. Croissant

    39.5%
  3. Choc au pain

    7.9%
  4. Eggs, boiled or benedict

    2.6%
  5. british fry-up

    6.1%
  6. bacon sarnies

    6.1%
  7. cereal/fruit

    22.8%
  8. Tinned cassoulet & baguette

    0.9%
  9. toast

    6.1%
  10. A misc pastry

    0.9%
  1. snowdrops

    snowdrops Funster Life Member

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    Mine is without fail, a pain au raison and a piece of lush, large, french fruit.
     
  2. Taran_Las

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    Just plain & simple croissant for me. Must stop eating 27 of them each morning though.;)
     
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  3. mick noe

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    boiled eggs baguette cheese and salami ............but only in France at home coffee and a couple of ciggies
     
  4. scotjimland

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    usually a fresh baguette, with Brie or sometimes Brie + bacon or poached egg
     
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  5. buttons

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    We could have done with more than one option. Toast is only part of a touring breakfast. Toast with an egg or fruit.
     
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  6. Chris

    Chris Funster Life Member

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    I have baguette toasted on one of those toasters for a gas ring.

    You can't beat French bread for that(y)
     
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    We alternate, muesli one day scrambled eggs, bacon and tomatoes the next. We eat bread only once or twice a week.
     
  8. snowdrops

    snowdrops Funster Life Member

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    I know, the list cld have been endless, but toast meant just toast. Will amend the eggs one to eggs and toast :) Was interested in how many peeps stick to their usual british type fayre and how many enjoy the french nosh first thing. We camped next to one couple who wldn't entertain eating anything other than a fry up first thing and went as far as stocking up on british sausages !!!
     
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  9. snowdrops

    snowdrops Funster Life Member

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    Can't amend the eggs benedict so read that as eggs, boiled, fried whatever and toast :D
     
  10. Chockswahay

    Chockswahay Read Only Funster

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    Couldn't vote.......... just a baguette and coffee :)
     
  11. scousebird

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    Got to be croissants and/or baguette, butter & Bonne Maman jam
     
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  12. Munchie

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    L'escargot!!!
     
  13. buttons

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    Apart from a baguette nothing else takes my fancy for breakfast. Croissant Choc au pain or Pain au raison are ok for women but hardly a mans choice. Toast with a bit of fruit or a boiled egg Yum.
     
  14. bellabee

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    Must tell my husband he's been eating breakfast only suitable for women. Personally, I can't stand sweet things at breakfast time. Much prefer an egg.
     
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  15. Baldeagle7470

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    Pain au Raisan dipped in my coffee,yum yum!
     
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    Snap Helen and it has to be that jam
     
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    Warm croissants, can't do with cold ones, unsalted French butter and bonne maman apricot jam + 2 cups of tea. Groaning here, just started 5:2 diet and ready for my off diet day brekkie now!
    Must be something to bonne maman jam, its popular!
     
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  18. spitfire

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    Nothing but a cup of tea ! Only buy croissants when we have guests !
     
  19. jollyrodger

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    Similar to home but a French bought banana
     
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    :D
     
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