B&B Breakfast — Friday Fictioneers

Title:  B&B Breakfast
Source:  Friday Fictioneers sponsored by Rochelle Wisoff-Fields-Addicted to Purple
Word count: 100 words

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“Bacon, woman! I want bacon.”

“The sign said, ‘Canadian Bacon’, dear.”

He stabbed his fork into the meat disc and lifted it into the air. Grease and meat juices sprayed across the table as he shook the fork at her.

“Does this look like bacon?” His face turned red as he spoke, and the woman shrank in her seat.

“It said…”

“I know ‘Canadian Bacon’. They advertised American Breakfast. I expect American bacon.”

“I’d expect you’d have better luck in America than in Yorkshire, sir,” the waitress said as she plucked the fork from his hand and exited the room.


Keep on writing.

Jo Hawk The Writer

69 thoughts on “B&B Breakfast — Friday Fictioneers

  1. What a rude chap! I Googled “Canadian bacon” and it looks to me like an American word for “ordinary” bacon, which is very tasty – he should give it a try. When in Yorkshire and all that 🙂

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    • They are different cuts and have different textures and some say taste. American bacon is from pork belly, while Canadian bacon is from the eye of the loin. Canadian bacon is closer to rasher than the American pork belly bacon. 🐷
      Still, you are right he should be open to trying new things. 😊

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