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Brits point out criminal mistake as Man vs Food’s Adam Richman shares photo of his Full English breakfast

Brits point out criminal mistake as Man vs Food’s Adam Richman shares photo of his Full English breakfast

He made a huge error with his staple British breakfast

They say that breakfast is the most important meals of the day, and they're probably right.

Whoever 'they' are, it's true that getting your day off to a good start with a nutritious breakfast can set you up for a great day ahead.

A Full English Breakfast may not count as being 'nutritious', but let's say it's hearty - the meal is a country-wide favourite nonetheless.

You can't go wrong with it can you?

Bacon, sausage, eggs, tomatoes, mushrooms, bread, and last but not least, baked beans.

People may have stipulations about what they prefer in their Full English, maybe a black pudding, or a replacement for tomatoes or mushrooms, but that's about as far as it goes with the legendary meal.

But Adam Richman, best known for being the host of the Travel Channel's food reality series Man v. Food, may have found a way to rally the masses with a photo of his Full English.

Adam Richman posing proudly with his Full English.
Facebook/Adam Richman

The photo was posted on his Facebook account just yesterday (9 March) that had most of the main hitters, with the addition of hash browns.

Nothing too criminal yet.

But upon closer inspection, fans of the TV host noticed a grave mistake he made with his meal and pointed it out in the comments.

One user commented: "That's a lot of beans"

Another agreed: "Too many beans, otherwise great xx"

A third put, with a laughing emoji: "Too many beans".

So it's safe to say that the American may have been served too many baked beans, or perhaps it was the doing of the restaurant he was at.

But other fans were quick to show their support for the host too, as he is currently visiting the UK.

Richman pictured with former footballers Alan Brazil and Ray Parlour.
Facebook/Adam Richman

One user said: "Now that looks like a proper Full English!"

However, one user pointed out: "I wouldn't include hash browns or baked beans with my traditional full English and I am full English".

Adam Richman has previously carried out a culinary tour of the UK, hitting many of the unique restaurants around the country by using an OS map to visit areas named after the foods they are named after.

In the Autumn of 2023, he visited Bakewell, Cheddar and Yorkshire on his interesting journey.

Richman also met some of the top chefs from around the country to talk to them about their background and inspirations, with all of this being part of an upcoming TV series, Adam Eats Britain.

Featured Image Credit: Facebook/Adam Richman

Topics: Travel, Food And Drink, Facebook