In Edinburgh, pubs are plastered with advertisements for variations of "The Full Scottish Breakfast" of "The Traditional Fry-Up." Weekend breakfasts are an important ritual in Scotland- a great chance to catch up with friends after a hard week of work- or a hard-core night of partying.
Like other countries' fry-ups, a full Scottish breakfast contains fried eggs, bacon, and sausage. And while that alone would be enough to fill most people up, Scottish Breakfasts also feature local specialties- most often black pudding (blood sausage), potato scones (similar to potato pancakes), and haggis.
There are, of course vegetarian varieties on the full Scottish breakfast, and these often contain veggie substitutes for sausage and haggis whose health benefits are stripped away by a dip in the deep-fryer.
Full Scottish Breakfasts and Full Veggie Breakfasts can be as cheap as 3 pounds. And it's a cultural experience, so travellers can ignore any health-related reservations you have about eating it!