If you stay at a guest house or B&B in the UK you should be able to enjoy this good hearty start to the day.
Two key requirements of a good Full English are: 1) the use of the finest ingredients, locally sourced if possible, and 2) cooking the ingredients in the correct order, so that all the items are freshly cooked and ready on the plate together.
Ingredients for Full English Breakfast
The list of ingredients can vary depending on personal taste and the region of Britain where they are served. Core items include fresh eggs, pork sausages, bacon, mushrooms and tomatoes. Usually served with English tea and hot buttered toast. In Scotland you may also be offered fried haggis, black pudding in the north, laverbread in Wales and in the south and midlands baked beans and hash browns (both recent imports from the USA). Although the eggs are normally fried (as described here) you could have have them scrambled or poached.
We have not specified the volume of ingredients but will leave it up to you how much you want of each.
How to Make Full English Breakfast
Arrange all the cooked ingredients together on a large warm plate and serve immediately. Don't forget a fresh pot of hot tea.
Condiments to complement the breakfast include: vinegar, tomato sauce, brown sauce and English mustard.